with Russell O'Connor. Accepted to JFP.PDF
with Exequiel Rivas. Submitted to JFP.PDF
with Dante Zanarini. PLAS 2014.PDF
with Jennifer Hackett and Graham Hutton. IFL 2013.PDF
I am or I've been on the PC of IFL 2015, CLEI 2015 (Simposio Teoría Computacional), EST (JAIIO 2015), WGP 2015, TLCA 2015, Haskell 2014, CLEI 2014 (Simposio Teoría Computacional), IFL 2013, ICFP 2013, CLEI 2013, IFL 2012, TFP 2011, OpenCert 2011, MSFP 2010, and EST (JAIIO 2010).
Estructuras de Datos y Algoritmos II (February-June);
ALP - Análisis de Lenguajes de Programación (August-December).
I've previously taught:
"Web Programming and Scripting" at the University of Nottingham;
"Database Systems" and "Unix and Software Tools" at the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China.
Dante Zanarini, Exequiel Rivas, and Martín Ceresa are currently doing their PhD under my supervision.
I'm supervising Eugenia Simich's graduate thesis.
I've supervised the graduate thesis of the following students:
Pablo Buiras, co-supervised with Alejandro Díaz-Caro.
Germán A. Delbianco, co-supervised with Alberto Pardo.
Martín Ceresa, co-supervised with Exequiel Rivas
I finished my Phd on September 2009 after defending my thesis on "Lifting of Operations in Modular Monadic Semantics", under the supervision of Graham Hutton and Neil Ghani, working with the Functional Programming Laboratory , at the University of Nottingham.
I obtained a Licenciateship in Computer Science at FCEIA - Universidad Nacional de Rosario in Argentina on December 2004. Before that, I studied Electronic Engineering.
I enjoy watching films, particularly films that defy genres. A prominent source of these kind of films is asian cinema, watch Save the Green Planet and you'll know what I mean (despite the high IMDb rating it's a wonderful movie.)