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POPL 2019
Sun 13 - Sat 19 January 2019 Cascais, Portugal
Ilya Sergey

Registered user since Mon 13 Oct 2014

Name: Ilya Sergey

Bio: I am a tenure-track Associate Professor at Yale-NUS College and NUS School of Computing (Singapore).

Prior to joining Yale-NUS, I was a faculty at University College London. Before then, I was a postdoctoral researcher at IMDEA Software Institute (Madrid, Spain). I defended my PhD in 2012 in the DistriNet research group at the Department of Computer Sciences of KU Leuven (Belgium). Before that I received my MSc degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Saint Petersburg State University (Russia) in 2008.

My research interests dwell in the area of the design and implementation of programming languages, including but not limited to program semantics, certified programming, concurrency and abstract interpretation. I am particularly interested in developing verification techniques and static analyses for higher-order and concurrent programs.

Country: Singapore

Affiliation: Yale-NUS College and National University of Singapore

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Research interests: Concurrency, Type Theory, Static Program Analysis, Program Verification, Proof Assistants


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