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I’m on my way to ICFP, CUFP, OUD, and more in Copenhagen. Especially interesting to me this year are the several biology related talks and events: ICFP: Sneaking Around concatMap — Efficient Combinators for Dynamic Programming, Christian HÃ¶ner zu Siederdissen … Continue reading
I’ll be back in Tokyo, this time for the Shonan Meeting on Bridging the Theory of Staged Programming Languages and the Practice of High-Performance Computing. My talk will be on BINQ, a domain-specific-language for genomic computations.
I’ll be at POPL through Saturday. See you there!
I’ve been having a great time at ICFP in Tokyo. I spent the first day at the ML Workshop, and am now enjoying CUFP after presenting my own tutorial on creating collaborative scientific software in OCaml.
I just registered for the OCaml User Meeting. Looking forward to seeing everyone in Paris. I’ll also attend the OCaml Hacking Days at IRILL and visit OCamlCore.
I’m spending the week at the 3rd Annual Joint Conference on Systems Biology, Regulatory Genomics, and Reverse Engineering Challenges.
It’s official. I’m moving to NYU. This will be a great opportunity for me to push my agenda of bringing functional programming techniques to biology. I’m fortunate enough to be working there with Kris Gunsalus and Rich Bonneau. Many thanks … Continue reading
Functional programmers unite at ICFP! I’ll also be at the ML Worskhop, Haskell Symposium, andÂ CUFP.
Thanks to Rich Vuduc for inviting me to give a talk at CScADS. Autotuning is an approach for generating efficient code for high performance computing. I’ll try to summarize how my PL work can contribute to and benefit from this … Continue reading
Abstract and slides are here.