People

The Yale Haskell Group was founded by Paul Hudak. As of January, 2015, it is no longer active, although some of its former members still work with Haskell and Euterpea.

Past Members and Collaborators

  • Donya Quick – Lecturer at Yale University, current maintainer of Euterpea, and author of Kulitta, a library for automated composition.
  • Mark Santolucito - Graduate Student, Yale University.
  • Isaac Reilly – Undergraduate, Yale University, author of Heqet, a Haskell library for generating lilypond scores.
  • Daniel Winograd-Cort - Postdoc, University of Pennsylvania, author of the UISF library for making GUIs in Haskell.
  • Alexander Reinking – Research Assistant, Yale University
  • Zhong Shao – Professor, Yale University
  • Hai (Paul) Liu – Intel. Inc
  • Andreas Voellmy
  • Shu-Chun Weng – Graduate Student, Yale University
  • Z. George Mou – Consulting
  • Conal Elliott - Tabula
  • Henrik Nilsson - Lecturer, University of Nottingham
  • Valery Trifonov – Goldman Sachs, Inc
  • Greg Hager - Professor, Johns Hopkins University
  • Mark Jones - Professor, Portland State University
  • Martin Odersky - Professor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
  • Charles Consel - Professor, Inria / LaBRI, Bordeaux
  • Walid Taha - Professor, Halmstad University
  • Ashish Agarwal - Research Scientist, NYU
  • Eric Cheng

Past PhD Students

  • Adrienne Bloss
  • Kung Chen
  • Chih-Ping Chen
  • Antony Courtney
  • Benjamin Goldberg
  • Juan Guzman
  • Liwen Huang
  • Richard Kelsey
  • Siau-Cheng Khoo
  • Amir Kishon
  • David Kranz
  • Kai Li
  • Hai (Paul) Liu
  • Kevin Lynch
  • Sheng Liang
  • Rajiv Mirani
  • Eric Mohr
  • Z. George Mou
  • James Philbin
  • Daniel Rabin
  • Martin Sulzmann
  • Raman Sundaresh
  • Mark Tullsen
  • Jonathan Young
  • Zhanyong Wan

 

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