David R. Sherratt
I am a third year Ph.D. student at the Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, in the Mathematical foundations of computation group. My supervisors are Willem Heijltjes and Alessio Guglielmi.
My area of research is in theoretical computer science, in particular proof theory and lambda calculi, and their Curry-Howard correspondence. I am currently focused on efficient reduction and evaluation strategies for lambda terms and its implementation.
Mar 2018 - Directed Atomic Lambda Calculus
presented at Theory
Tea (Theori Te )
Department of Computer Science, Swansea University, Wales, UK.
Sep 2017 - Towards Atomic Graphs
Talk presented at 4th international workshop on structures and deduction.
Joint work with Marco Solieri .
Jan 2017 - Towards an Atomic Abstract Machine
Talk presented at S-REPLS 5
May 2016 - Atomic Lambda Calculus and its connections with Sharing Graphs
Talk presented at PCC 2016
Jan 2016 - Master's Thesis (2016)
Equational Theories and the Separation Problem of Bounded Arithmetic
Submitted for the Degree of Masters of Research
Swansea University - MRes Logic and Computation
Supervised by Prof. Arnold Beckmann
Structures and Algorithms (2016-2018)
CM20256 Functional Programming (2016-2018)
CM50230 Intelligent control and cognitive system (2016-2017)
CM20218 Foundations of Computation 2 (2015-2016)
CM10227 Programming 1A (2015-2016)
CM10228 Programming 1B (2015-2016)
TYDI, Oxford, UK. July 2018
Visited the Department of Computer Science, Swansea University. March 2018.
FSCD 2017, Oxford, UK. September 2017
Second FISP Meeting, Paris France. June 2017
LICS 2017, Reykjavik, Iceland. June 2017.
OPLSS 2017, a Spectrum of Types, in University of Oregon, USA. July 2017.
S-REPLS 6 in University College of London, UK. May 2017
Workshop: "Proof meets Truth", University of Bath, UK. May 2017
MGS (Midlands Graduate School) 2017, University of Leicester, UK. April 2017.
INVEST 2017, Introduction to Verification and Testing, London, UK. February 2017.
S-REPLS 5 in University of Oxford, UK. January 2017.
Workshop on Efficient and Natural Proof Systems at University of Bath, UK. December 2015
Department of Computer Science
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d.r.sherratt AT bath.ac.uk
Twitter - DavidSherbet