Domenico Ruoppolo
Mobility Reading Group, Department of Computing, Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London, UK


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Hello, fellow.
It seems that accidents of life have led you to my web page.

Who ⅋ where I am

I am a (theoretical) computer scientist.
I am a research associate (postdoc) at the Department of Computing of the Imperial College London,
working on session types within the Mobility Reading Group.
I like to call myself a Parisian Curry-Howardist. More details on my research activity can be found here,
and my list of publications here. I also took the time to write down a resume, here it is.

Who ⅋ where I was

I received a PhD in Computer Science from the Université Paris 13 in 2016. My advisors were
Giulio Manzonetto and Stefano Guerrini. From 2012 to 2018 I was a member of the research group LoVe
(Logique et Vérification) within the Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris Nord (LIPN) of the Université Paris 13.
More precisely, in 2015-2016 and again in 2017-2018 I was an assistant professor (ATER) there,
whereas from 2012 to 2015 I was enrolled as PhD student. Details on my teaching activity are here (in French).
In the past, I was trained within the Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science, a joint effort of various
universities in Paris. Prior to that, I studied mathematics at the Università di Napoli "Federico II", the first secular
university in the history of mankind.