I am a first-year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. My advisor is Professor Max New. In May 2021, I obtained my MSE in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania. During my time at Penn, I was fortunate to work with Professor Stephanie Weirich on the hs-to-coq tool as part of an independent study. Previously, I attended Rutgers University New Brunswick, where I studied Computer Science and Math.
My research interests are primarily in the theoretical study of programming languages. I am especially interested in applying tools from mathematics (e.g., category theory) to build and analyze programming languages. More broadly, I am also interested in theoretical areas of computer science as a whole, including Theory A topics (e.g., computational complexity theory).
email: ericgio AT umich DOT edu
- August 2021: Started PhD in CSE at University of Michigan.
- June 2021: Attended OPLSS 2021.
- May 2021: Graduated from Penn.
- April 2021: I have selected a PhD program! I will be attending the University of Michigan beginning fall 2021.
- December 2020: Gave a presentation to the Penn PLClub.
- August 2020: Attended PLMW at ICFP 2020. My first PLMW and first conference.
- Invariants with
hs-to-coq(Jan 2020-Sept 2020): I worked on modifying the
hs-to-coqtool to support automatically generating proof obligations for datatype invariants.
Talks and Presentations
- Datatype invariants with
hs-to-coq (talk given at Penn's PLClub)
- Comparing monad transformers and algebraic effects in Haskell