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I am a software engineer at Jane Street London, and a visiting fellow at Newcastle University, UK. My research interests are in applying abstract mathematics and functional programming to solving large-scale engineering problems.
During my PhD study (2005-2009) I worked on asynchronous circuits and concurrency, and developed Conditional Partial Order Graphs to model the behaviour of concurrent systems by decomposing them into simple, well-understood parts. In 2014 I became interested in functional programming and translated some of my earlier research to the world of functional programming, publishing open-source libraries for algebraic graphs and selective functors. I have also done some work on the topic of software build systems – this topic has been gradually changing from “terrifying” to “fascinating” to me, and I’m yet to see where this journey goes. In 2019 I switched from academia to industry and joined Jane Street to work on the most popular OCaml build system Dune.
I am originally from Kyrgyzstan, where I received a Software Engineering degree (2000-2005) from Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University. I was a 5-time champion of Kyrgyzstan in algorithmic competitions and currently help to run the ACM ICPC Regional Contest in Kyrgyzstan.
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