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Abstract Developing a new programming language, constructing a new domain-specific compiler, writing a new verification tool, optimizing a large application, designing a microprocessor, or verifying some of its components, all of these tasks require today a multi-year project. While most of the underlying problems are inherently hard and cannot be accelerated magically, we are additionally […]

Data-with-a-hole-in-it: differential operators on data structures Thursday June 3 from 9.30 am This talk is a tutorial on the differential calculus, applied to the algebraic structure of data. Container-like data types can be seen as generalised polynomials over their element types. Differential operators act on those polynomials to give notions of “focus” or “cursor”, splitting […]

2021/05/20 There is a glaring gap in data exploration tools. On the one hand, there are spreadsheets, which are easy to use, but are error-prone and limited. On the other hand, there are programmatic tools, which offer unlimited flexibility, but require expert programming skills. Can we get the best from both worlds and build tools […]

The Lab Workshop will take place on the 14th to 16th of June. If you are a Principal Investigator currently running a project under UoE-Huawei Laboratory Terms and Conditions, please would you update your 6 monthly progress reports. If you have been awarded funding by the Steering Committee but have yet to begin your project, […]

The call for proposals for the School of Informatics-Huawei Distinguished Visitor Scheme is now open. The aim of this scheme is to enable internationally renowned academics to visit the School of Informatics. The scheme is generously sponsored by Huawei allows senior academics to conduct research with international peers, in Edinburgh. Typically, visitors will be professors […]

  The first Huawei Lab Workshop of 2021 will be held  from the 14th to 16th of June (mornings in Edinburgh, late afternoon China)   The Huawei lab June workshop is the forum for researchers to share findings from their Huawei-sponsored research project through discussion, posters and reports. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear […]

Time: December 10th, 10 am. Speaker: Sam Lindley, Senior Consultant Abstract: In software systems effects are pervasive, e.g.: concurrency, distribution, exceptions, I/O, and nondeterminism. Effect handlers are a general programming feature that can be used for modularly implementing all of these effects and more. They were introduced by theoretical computer scientists studying the theory of […]

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