One paper co-authored by PLUM members will appear at Haskell Symposium 2023: Don’t Go Down the Rabbit Hole: Reprioritizing Enumeration for Property-Based Testing, by Segev Elazar Mittelman, Alvin Resnick, Ivan Perez, Alwyn Goodloe, and Leonidas Lampropoulos.
One paper co-authored by PLUM members will appear at ICFP 2023: Etna: An Evaluation Platform for Property-Based Testing (Experience Report), by Jessica Shi, Alperen Keles, Harrison Goldstein, Benjamin Pierce, and Leonidas Lampropoulos.
Leonidas Lampropoulos gave an invited talk on How (not) to give a great research talk at the Programming Languages Mentoring Workshop @ POPL 2023.
Two papers co-authored by PLUM members will appear at ICFP 2022: Analyzing Binding Extent in 3CPS, by Benjamin Quiring, Olin Shivers, and John Reppy; and Random Testing of a Higher-Order Blockchain Language (Experience Report), by Tram Hoang, Anton Trunov, Leonidas Lampropoulos, and Ilya Sergey.
Kesha Hietala successfully defended her PhD and is headed to AWS. Her dissertation is titled A Verified Software Toolchain for Quantum Programming
Two papers co-authored by PLUM members will appear at PLDI 2022: ANOSY: Approximated Knowledge Synthesis with Refinement Types for Declassification by Sankha Narayan Guria, Niki Vazou, Marco Guarnieri, and James Parker; and Computing Correctly with Inductive Relations, by Zoe Paraskevopoulou, Aaron Eline, and Leonidas Lampropoulos.
The paper Does the Bronze Garbage Collector Make Rust Easier to Use? A Controlled Experiment by PLUM members Michael Coblenz and Michael Hicks, and also Michelle Mazurek, will appear at ICSE 2022.
One paper co-authored by a PLUM member will appear at ESOP 2021: Do Judge a Test By its Cover: Combining Combinatorial with Property-Based Testing by Harrison Goldstein, John Hughes, Leonidas Lampropoulos, and Benjamin C. Pierce.
Two papers co-authored by PLUM members will appear at POPL 2021: Corpse Reviver: Sound and Efficient Gradual Typing via Contract Verification by Cameron Moy, Phil Nguyen (now at Google), Sam Tobin-Hochstadt, and David Van Horn; and A Verified Optimizer for Quantum Circuits by Kesha Hietala, Robert Rand, Shih-Han Hung, Xiaodi Wu, and Michael Hicks, which was named one of seven Distinguished Papers.
Two papers co-authored by PLUM members will appear at OOPSLA 2020: Verifying Replicated Data Types with Typeclass Refinements in Liquid Haskell by Yiyun Liu, James Parker, Patrick Redmond (UCSC), Lindsey Kuper (UCSC), Michael Hicks, and Niki Vazou; and An Empirical Study of Ownership, Typestate, and Assets in the Obsidian Smart Contract Language by Michael Coblenz, Joshua Sunshine, Jonathan Aldrich, and Brad A. Myers.
The SIGPLAN PL Perspectives blog featured an article by David Van Horn giving some advice for graduate students on the faculty job market during the COVID pandemic: Letter to a young scientist: Searching for faculty jobs in turbulent times.
The paper Understanding security mistakes developers make: Qualitative analysis from Build It, Break It, Fix It by Dan Votipka, Kelsey Fulton, James Parker, Matthew Hou, Michelle Mazurek, and Mike Hicks has been named a Distinguished Paper of the USENIX Security 2020 conference.
James Parker successfully defended his PhD. His dissertation is entitled, Advanced Language-based Techniques for Correct, Secure Networked Systems
This, the new PLUM site, is deployed! The legacy site is still up, and has lots of useful information.