My interest for dynamic langauges, especially those for the web, was sparked while being a Research Scientist at Intel Labs in Santa Clara. During my stay, I was part of the team behind River Trail, an effort to bring the power of data-parallel programming to the web.
Even earlier, I enjoyed the position of a Research Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire. More precisely, I was part of the Compiler Technology and Computer Architecture group.read on »
My joint paper with Felix Klein, Dmitri Rubinstein, Kristian Sons, Farshad Einabadi, and Philipp Slusallek titled Declarative AR and image processing on the web with Xflow has won the best paper award in the category full paper at the 18th International Conference on 3D Web Technology. I even got my share of the lovely food basket that came with the prize during my recent visit at the University of Saarland.read on »
I have been invited to serve on the program committee of the 25th edition of the International Symposium on Implementation and Application of Functional Languages. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend in person this year due to conflicting travel. This is particular heart breaking as IFL celebrates a quarter of a century of heated but friendly discussions on implementing functional languages.read on »
I have the great pleasure to serve as a program committee member for this year’s International Symposium on Implementation and Application of Functional Languages. IFL is a long running series of workshops that brings together researchers and practitioners in the broad area of functional programming. It was the first conference I have ever attended and the first to accept one of my papers for publication.read on »