“Verifying Strong Eventual Consistency in Distributed Systems”, joint work with Victor B. F. Gomes, Martin Kleppmann, and Alastair R. Beresford.
To be presented at the 2017 ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA/SPLASH), 2017.
S-REPLS 6, held at University College London, and organised by Ilya Sergey, was another success. Around 80 people attended the event. See the S-REPLS website here for more details of the talks presented.
S-REPLS 6 will be held on Thursday May 25th at University College London. The event is being organised by Ilya Sergey. Ilya has now confirmed the list of speakers for the event. Visit the official website here to learn more.
The next iteration of the S-REPLS series, S-REPLS 6, has been announced. Our next meeting will be held at University College London, and is being organised by Ilya Sergey. A website has been set up, including a Doodle poll to gauge which day in May is most convenient for everyone interested in attending. See here for more details.
S-REPLS 5, held at the University of Oxford on 12th January 2017, and organised by Ohad Kammar, Sam Staton, and Jeremy Gibbons, was a great success. Thanks to the organisers, the speakers, and everybody who took part.
Details of previous S-REPLS events (including S-REPLS 5) can be found here.
Alastair Donaldson and Luis Pina of Imperial College have announced the fourth iteration of SREPLS on 27th September. They are now actively seeking volunteered talks and confirmation of attendees. See here for more details.
“The missing link: explaining ELF linking semantically”, joint work with Stephen Kell and Peter Sewell.
To appear at SPLASH 2016 OOPSLA.
The third S-REPLS meeting at the University of Kent at Canterbury was a success! We thank Scott and Mark for organising the event, and the invited and contributed speakers for giving very interesting talks.
We look forward to the next S-REPLS meeting to be held in mid-late 2016 at Imperial College, organised by Ally Donaldson.
I am now the co-ordinator for the Logic and Semantics seminar of the Computer Laboratory’s Theory Group, after taking over the role from Ohad Kammar.