This summer school will give participants an overview of how types can be used in practice. Types have provided numerous benefits in programming language research, including language design and compiler construction, over the years and this trend looks set to continue into the future. But types have also found much wider practical application, e.g. in areas such as programme verification, termination checking, security, concurrency, software testing, resource analysis, systems biology, semi-structured data formats, databases, linguistics etc.
The school will consist of a series of 2-3 hour lectures covering introductory topics (e.g. type checking, domain specific languages, dependently typed programming), and more advanced topics such as those mentioned above. Thus we aim to cover how can types be used to classify and enhance our knowledge within specific domains of human activity, and how we can use modern functional programming languages to implement programs which take advantage of that type structure.
There will also be time in the program for participants, especially students, to present short talks about their own experience and works in progress.
Confirmed speakers are:
There will also be a session of "lightning talks" giving students 15 minutes to present their own research.
To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject
Summer School Registration, with the following details:
Name: [Your Name] Affiliation: [Your affiliation] Residential: Yes/No PhD Student at a SICSA institution: Yes/No
To complete your registration, please visit the Online Shop to pay. Residential registration includes 2 nights (Monday and Tuesday) in David Russell Apartments. Registration will remain open as long as there is space. However, the earlier you register the better. Rooms are guaranteed until June 4th 2015.
There is also plenty of accommodation available throughout St Andrews. Please contact us if you need further information!
The registration fee is:
Registration is free for PhD students studying at a SICSA institution in Scotland (however, places are limited).
For more details, contact Edwin Brady (email@example.com).