I am an assistant professor in the Programming Languages Group at Delft University of Technology.
I do research on specifying and implementing programming languages. I am particularly interested in type safe languages, i.e., languages with type checkers that verifiably guarantee the absence of errors in programs. My research focuses on principles, techniques, and tools that enable language designers to effectively define and verify type safe languages, and to maintain language definitions as a language evolves.
Mar 2019: I will be PC co-chair for the 2020 edition of PEPM (Workshop on Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation). Submit your best papers!
Jan 2019-Apr 2019: teaching Concepts of Programming Languages
Oct 2018: member of POPL’19 Artifact Evaluation Committee
Feb 2018: I taught Concepts of Programming Languages
Dec 2017: research visits to Utrecht University, KU Leuven, and Radboud University
Hendrik van Antwerpen, Casper Bach Poulsen, Arjen Rouvoet, and Eelco Visser: Scopes as Types. OOPSLA 2018
Sven Keidel, Casper Bach Poulsen, and Sebastian Erdweg: Compositional Soundness Proofs of Abstract Interpreters. ICFP 2018
Casper Bach Poulsen, Arjen Rouvoet, Andrew Tolmach, Robbert Krebbers, and Eelco Visser: Intrinsically-Typed Definitional Interpreters for Imperative Languages. POPL 2018
Casper Bach Poulsen, Pierre Neron, Andrew Tolmach, and Eelco Visser: Scopes Describe Frames: A Uniform Model for Memory Layout in Dynamic Semantics. ECOOP 2016
Casper Bach Poulsen and Peter D. Mosses: Flag-Based Big-Step Semantics. Special Issue of Journal of Logic and Algebraic Methods in Programming
Casper Bach Poulsen: Extensible Transition System Semantics. PhD Thesis
Casper Bach Poulsen and Peter D. Mosses: Deriving Pretty-Big-Step Semantics from Small-Step Semantics. ESOP 2014
- Interpreters with Non-Determinism Using a Free Monad — 2019-04-28