Miguel Campusano Miguel Campusano mcampusa@dcc.uchile.cl
PhD Student in Computer Science @m_kmpus
University of Chile Beauchef 851, North Building, of.315
Computer Science Department (DCC) Santiago, Chile
RyCh Lab
PLEIAD Lab

Short Research Description

I'm a PhD Student of the University of Chile Computer Science Department. I started my studies in 2014. Upon graduating my computer engineering studies in early 2013, I began working in the software industry. As I developed web applications, I noticed a great number of useful tools with a high level of complexity. I want to make those tools more reachable for developers.

I entered the DCC robotics lab because I noticed how specially difficult this problem is in the robotic area. In this lab I'm researching with one big, general goal; make the programming of robots easier to developers and non-developers. To do that, I'm working on LRP, a live programming language for robotics behavior.

Research Interests

  • Software Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Live Programming
  • Programming Languages

Publications

Online profile in Google Scholar

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Events

I have participated in several events, presenting not only my work, but also the work of my collegues in the RyCh lab.

  • 06/2016: VII Robotic Meeting Saint George School Link
  • 04/2015: Chile Robotics Day Link
  • 10/2014: 2º Engineering and Science Festival Link

Other Stuff

  • Competitive Programming: I participated in the ACM-ICPC competitive programming competition from 2011 to 2015. In 2011, as a member of “los talentosos campesinos” (the talented peasants) team, we won the chilean competition. Then, as a couch, we won every chilean competition. Moreover, in 2012 and 2015 we classified to the world finals. In Chile, I was part of the organizing team of the First Chilean Training Camp of Competitive Programming (ICPCCL'15). This camp was open for chilean students to prepare them for the upcoming ACM-ICPC competition.