Registered user since Mon 9 Mar 2015
Name: Philipp Haller
Bio: My areas of research are programming languages, type systems, and concurrent/distributed programming.
Previously, I was a researcher, software engineer, and consultant at Typesafe. Prior to Typesafe, I was a post-doctoral fellow in the Pervasive Parallelism Lab at Stanford University and in the Programming Methods Lab (LAMP) at EPFL, Switzerland. Prior to that I was a PhD student of Martin Odersky. My main research interests are in the design and implementation of programming languages and managed runtime environments to support concurrent and parallel software. I received a PhD in Computer Science from EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2010.
I am a top-10 contributor of the Scala project. Recently, I have been working on Scala 2.10 futures (SIP-14) as well as Scala’s upcoming Async feature (SIP-22) for asynchronous and concurrent programming.
Affiliation: KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Personal website: http://www.csc.kth.se/~phaller/
ECOOP 2016 Activities
- invited speaker in Invited Speakers for ECOOP 2016 Doctoral Symposium
- Committee Member in Program Committee for ECOOP 2016 Research Track
- Committee Member in Program Committee for PMLDC
- invited speaker of Invited Talk: Papers vs. Artefacts within the Doctoral Symposium-track in ECOOP 2016
- Committee Member in Senior Mentors for ECOOP 2016 Summer School
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