Time: Mondays 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Gates 310 (Zoom link sent to PLDG mailing list)
Organizers: Priya Srikumar and Noam Zilberstein
This is a 1-credit seminar that meets every week to discuss classic papers in programming languages adjacent fields. Great works is a discussion-focused reading group. We expect participants to read the papers and attend the seminar.
Presenters should work with the organizers to figure out which parts of the paper they will focus on. The confirmation for reading with any additional materials goes out a week before on the PLDG mailing list:
To join, send a message to email@example.com with the subject “join” and a blank body.
The expectation is that people have read the papers. The focus should be discussions and not a full presentation of all the topics in the papers. Aim for 25-30 minutes and try to weave in discussion questions throughout your presentation.
Paper titles are hyperlinked to PDFs available on the web. If a link is broken, open an issue at the Github repo for this website, or find a working link and make a pull request.
|01/24||Organization and Paper Assignments||Priya & Noam|
|01/31||Go To Statement Considered Harmful||Noam Zilberstein|
|02/07||SELF: The Power of Simplicity||Yulun Yao|
|02/14||“Sometimes” and “Not Never” Revisited: On Branching Versus Linear Time Temporal logic||Jialu Bao|
|02/21||The Differential Lambda Caclulus||Oliver Daids|
|03/07||Monads for Functional Programming||Silei Ren|
|03/14||The Formulae-as-Types Notion of Construction||Leon Witzman|
|03/28||Proof of a Program: FIND||Obinna Abii & Angela Lau|
|04/11||Proof Carrying Code||Karuna Grewal|
|04/18||The Groupoid Interpretation of Type Theory||Keri D’Angelo|
|04/25||On the Expressive Power of Programming Languages||Ian Arawjo|
|05/02||On Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited||Rolph Recto|
|05/09||The Power of Interoperability: Why Objects Are Inevitable||Sophia Roshal|