My name is Jan Stolarek. I’m a post-doc researcher at Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. My early research concentrated on wavelets and digital image processing, but after defending my PhD thesis I focused on functional programming. I am interested mostly in strongly-typed languages like Haskell and dependently-typed languages like Coq or Agda. Visit my homepage to find out more.
If you want to contact me please send an email to jan.stolarek [the-you-know-what-sign] ed.ac.uk
All information presented on this blog represent my current understanding of various things and concepts. Working as a scientists I learned that my understanding may not be entirely correct at first, but evolves over time and eventually becomes more accurate. That said, if you find any errors, misconceptions and alike please let me know either by email or by leaving a comment.
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