C.-H. Luke Ong

Registered user since Thu 8 Oct 2015

Name: C.-H. Luke Ong

Country: United Kingdom

Affiliation: University of Oxford

Personal website: http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/luke.ong/personal

Research interests: Probabilistic Programming, Programming Languages and Verification, Semantics of Computation, Logic and Algorithms, Higher-Order Model Checking; Lambda Calculus and Type Theory

Contributions

POPL 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the POPL-track
LAFI 2021 Author of Binary Tree Hamiltonian Monte Carlo within the LAFI 2021-track
PLDI 2021 Author of On Probabilistic Termination of Functional Programs with Continuous Distributions within the PLDI Research Papers-track
LAFI 2020 Author of A Differential-form Pullback Programming Language for Higher-order Reverse-mode Automatic Differentiation within the LAFI (né PPS)-track
Author of Density Functions of Statistical Probabilistic Programs within the LAFI (né PPS)-track
QAPL 2019 Author of Automatic Synthesis of Polynomial Probabilistic Invariants via Geometric Persistence within the QAPL-track
GaLoP 2019 Committee Member in Steering Committee within the GaLoP-track
HCVS 2019 Author of HoCHC: A Refutationally Complete and Semantically Invariant System of Higher-order Logic Modulo Theories within the HCVS-track
FOSSACS 2019 Author of Change Actions: Models of Generalised Differentiation within the FOSSACS 2019-track
Session Chair of Semantics (part of FOSSACS 2019)
ESOP 2019 Author of Fixing Incremental Computation: Derivatives of fixpoints, and the recursive semantics of Datalog within the ESOP 2019-track
PPS 2018 Author of Game Semantics for Probabilistic Programs within the PPS 2018-track
POPL 2018 Author of Higher-Order Constrained Horn Clauses for Verification within the Research Papers-track
Author of Higher-Order Constrained Horn Clauses for Verification within the Artifact Evaluation-track
POPL 2016 Author of Unboundedness and Downward Closures of Higher-Order Pushdown Automata within the Research Papers-track
Author of T5: Higher-Order Model Checking within the Tutorials-track
Session Chair of Track 2: Decidability and complexity (part of Research Papers)
SPLASH 2015 Author of Detecting Redundant CSS Rules in HTML5 Applications: A Tree Rewriting Approach within the OOPSLA-track
Author of Detecting Redundant CSS Rules in HTML5 Applications: A Tree Rewriting Approach within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
AGERE 2012 Author of Soter: an automatic safety verifier for erlang within the AGERE 2012-track