Maarten Faddegon

Registered user since Mon 2 Mar 2015

Name: Maarten Faddegon

Bio: I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Kent, UK. I started here in 2013. Previously I worked at Associated Compiler Experts in Amsterdam. I was born in Soest, Netherlands. I speak Dutch, English, and a bit of Danish and German.

My main interest is in the area of program analysis and transformation. I research and develop compilers, tracers, debuggers, profilers and virtual machines.

The topic of my current research is making tracing for lazy functional languages such as Haskell practical and easy to use for real-world programs. Tracing helps programmers to understand their code and locate bugs.

Country: Netherlands

Affiliation: University of Kent, UK

Personal website: http://maartenfaddegon.nl

Research interests: tracing, debugging, functional languages, lazy evaluation, haskell

Contributions

PLDI 2016Author of Lightweight Computation Tree Tracing for Lazy Functional Languages within the Research Papers-track
PLDI 2015Author of Algorithmic Debugging of Real-World Haskell Programs: Deriving Dependencies from the Cost Centre Stack within the Research Papers-track