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Sun 13 - Sat 19 January 2019 Cascais, Portugal
Andrew D. Gordon

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Name: Andrew D. Gordon

Bio: Andrew D. Gordon is a Principal Research Manager at Microsoft Research Cambridge, and is a part-time Professor at the University of Edinburgh. He has worked on a range of topics in concurrency, verification, security, and machine learning, never straying too far from his roots in functional programming. Since joining Microsoft in 1997 he has initiated and led a series of successful research projects and technology transfers. His current passion is to revolutionize spreadsheets with ideas from programming languages, machine learning, and HCI.

Country: United Kingdom

Affiliation: Microsoft Research and University of Edinburgh

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Research interests: Formal methods, Semantics, Programming languages, Probabilistic programming


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