Research and Academic Interests

I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT.

Prior to defending my PhD Thesis in the Summer of 1998, I was a graduate student in the area of programming languages in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

As a graduate student, I primarily worked as a research assistant for Professor Tom Reps as a part of the the Wisconsin Program Slicing Project, a research group that aims to create enhanced tools to support the development of complex software systems. My research at University of Wisconsin was directed toward using types and type inference to improve software reusability.

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For more information, visit my home page at Wesleyan University.