PhD student working on

programming languages with

Riccardo Pucellain the

Programming Research Lab in the

College of Computer and Information Science at

Northeastern University in

Boston

programming languages with

Riccardo Pucellain the

I am interested in the semantics of programming languages and how we can apply them to improve the practice of programming. In particular, I think we have much to gain from the understanding of non-local behaviors like computational effects and contextual dependency through general mathematical structures like monads and comonads.

In my free time I enjoy thinking about functional programming, type theory, mathematical logic, categorical semantics, and coalgebra. In my other free time I enjoy reading, traveling, drinking tea, and listening to electronic music.

In my free time I enjoy thinking about functional programming, type theory, mathematical logic, categorical semantics, and coalgebra. In my other free time I enjoy reading, traveling, drinking tea, and listening to electronic music.