Kevin Ellis ’10 to present computer science paper at international symposium
Kevin Ellis '10 is presenting at the International Symposia on Implementation and Application of Functional Languages IFL 2009 conference at Seton Hall University. After winning two major prizes at science fairs last year, Kevin submitted his paper to IFL, and it was accepted. He is presenting along with graduate students and university professors from around the world. Take a look at the list of other presenters to get an idea of the company Kevin is keeping. Conference participants.
IFL brings together researchers and practitioners to present and discuss novel work on the implementation of functional and function-based programming languages and applied functional programming. This is a forum to discuss new ideas, preliminary results, work in progress, and publication-ripe material.
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