Andreas Voellmy

Andreas Voellmy portrait

I received my PhD in Computer Science at Yale in May 2014. My PhD was advised by professors Paul Hudak, and Y. Richard Yang and my committee also included Bryan Ford. and Jennifer Rexford. My research interests include software-defined networks, programming language design and implementation and multicore programming techniques. Before coming to Yale, I received a B.S. in Mathematics at Haverford College.

Most recently, I have been working on the maple controller (see a brief demo here), which builds on mcnettle and nettle-openflow. I am also a contributor to the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC).

Recent News


  • Teaching fellow for CS112: Introduction to Programming, Spring 2013, Yale, instructed by Prof. Y. Richard Yang.
  • Guest lecturer in CS598: Formal Methods in Networking, Spring 2010, Princeton, instructed by Dr. Sanjai Narain.
  • Teaching fellow for CS223: Data Structures and Programming Techniques, Spring 2013, Yale, instructed by Prof. Michael Fischer.
  • Teaching fellow for CS201: Introduction to Computer Science, Fall 2010, Yale, instructed by Prof. Dana Angluin.

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