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 The  [[pleiad-history|PLEIAD]] laboratory of the Computer Science Department ([[http://www.dcc.uchile.cl|DCC]]) of the [[http://www.uchile.cl|University of Chile]] ([[http://www.fcfm.uchile.cl|Faculty of Engineering]])  is a laboratory dedicated to research on software development techniques. Since its creation in 2007, the lab has focused on many ways to better support software development at different levels, from programming languages to development environments, including tools to support program understanding (debuggers, profilers, visualizers), as well as studies of the practice of programming, through mining software repositories as well as user studies.\\ The  [[pleiad-history|PLEIAD]] laboratory of the Computer Science Department ([[http://www.dcc.uchile.cl|DCC]]) of the [[http://www.uchile.cl|University of Chile]] ([[http://www.fcfm.uchile.cl|Faculty of Engineering]])  is a laboratory dedicated to research on software development techniques. Since its creation in 2007, the lab has focused on many ways to better support software development at different levels, from programming languages to development environments, including tools to support program understanding (debuggers, profilers, visualizers), as well as studies of the practice of programming, through mining software repositories as well as user studies.\\
  
-Currently, our work is mostly centered on **programming languages** and **program verification**.+Currently, our work is mostly centered on **programming languages****program verification**, and **type theory**.
  
 ===== Recent News ===== ===== Recent News =====
-  * {{bib>abateAl:esop2020|Trace-Relating Compiler Correctness and Secure Compilation}} (Abate, Blanco, Ciobâcă, Garg, Hriţcu,  Patrignani, Tanter, Thibault) accepted at [[https://www.etaps.org/2020/esop|ESOP 2020]] +  * {{bib>maillardAl-icfp2022|A Reasonably Gradual Type Theory}} accepted at [[https://icfp22.sigplan.org/|ICFP 2022]] 
-  * {{bib>diazAl:cpp2020|A Mechanized Formalization of GraphQL}} (Díaz, Olmedo, Tanter) accepted at [[https://popl20.sigplan.org/home/CPP-2020|CPP 2020]] +  * {{bib>labradaAl-jacm2022|Gradual System F}} accepted in the [[https://dl.acm.org/journal/jacm|Journal of the ACM]] (supersedes our {{bib>toroAl-popl2019|POPL'19 paper}}) 
-  * {{bib>cruzTanter:aplas2019|Existential Types for Relaxed Noninterference}} (Cruz, Tanter) accepted at [[https://conf.researchr.org/home/aplas-2019|APLAS 2019]] +  * Matías Toro joins Pleiad as Assistant Professor 
-  * {{bib>eremondiAl:icfp2019|Approximate Normalization for Gradual Dependent Types}} (Eremondi, Tanter, Garcia) accepted at [[https://icfp19.sigplan.org/|ICFP 2019]] +  * {{bib>eremondiAl-icfp2022|Propositional Equality for Gradual Dependently Typed  Programming}} accepted at [[https://icfp22.sigplan.org/|ICFP 2022]] 
-  * {{bib>maillardAl:icfp2019|Dijkstra Monads for All}} (Maillard, Ahman, Atkey, MartínezHriţcu, Rivas, Tanter) accepted at [[https://icfp19.sigplan.org/|ICFP 2019]] +  * Éric Tanter is on the PC of [[http://conf.researchr.org/home/POPL-2023|POPL 2023]] 
-  * {{bib>pedrotAl:icfp2019|A Reasonably Exceptional Type Theory}} (Pédrot, Tabareau, Fehrmann, Tanter) accepted at [[https://icfp19.sigplan.org/|ICFP 2019]] +  * {{bib>labradaAl-oopsla2022|Plausible Sealing for Gradual Parametricity}} accepted at [[https://2022.splashcon.org/track/splash-2022-oopsla|OOPSLA 2022]] 
-  * {{bib>cruzTanter:secdev2019|Polymorphic Relaxed Noninterference}} (Cruz, Tanter) accepted at [[https://secdev.ieee.org/2019/Home/|SecDev 2019]] +  * {{bib>lennonAl-toplas2022|Gradualizing the Calculus of Inductive Constructions}} to appear in [[https://dl.acm.org/journal/toplas|TOPLAS]] (June 2022)presented at [[https://popl22.sigplan.org|POPL 2022]] 
-  * {{bib>toroAl-popl2019|Gradual Parametricity, Revisited}} (Toro, Labrada, Tanter) accepted at [[https://popl19.sigplan.org/home|POPL 2019]] **Distinguished Paper Award** +  * {{bib>malewskiAl-oopsla2021|Gradually Structured Data}} accepted at [[https://2021.splashcon.org/track/splash-2021-oopsla|OOPSLA 2021]] 
-  * {{bib>vazouAl-oopsla2018|Gradual Liquid Type Inference}} (Vazou, Tanter, Van Horn) accepted at [[https://conf.researchr.org/track/splash-2018/splash-2018-OOPSLA|OOPSLA 2018]] **Distinguished Paper Award** +  * É. Tanter receives the Ten Years Most Influential Paper Award at [[https://2020.programming-conference.org/|<Programming> 2020]] for his {{bib>tanter:aosd2010|AOSD 2010 paper}} 
-  * {{bib>bodinAl-dls2018|A Trustworthy Mechanized Formalization of R}} (Bodin, Diaz, Tanter) accepted at [[https://conf.researchr.org/track/dls-2018/dls-2018/|DLS 2018]] +  * {{bib>abateAl-toplas2021|An Extended Account of Trace-Relating Compiler Correctness and Secure Compilation}} to appear in [[https://dl.acm.org/journal/toplas|TOPLAS]] 
-  * {{bib>toroAl-toplas2018|Type-Driven Gradual Security with References}} (Toro, Garcia, Tanter) accepted at [[https://toplas.acm.org/|TOPLAS]]/presented at [[https://popl19.sigplan.org/|POPL 2019]] +  * {{bib>estepAl-ecoop2021|Gradual Program Analysis for Null Pointers}} accepted at [[https://2021.ecoop.org/|ECOOP 2021]] 
-  * {{bib>tabareauAl-icfp2018|Equivalences for Free}} (Tabareau, Tanter, Sozeau) accepted at [[https://icfp18.sigplan.org/home|ICFP 2018]] **Distinguished Paper Award** +  * {{bib>tabareauAl-jacm2020|The Marriage of Univalence and Parametricity}} published in the [[https://dl.acm.org/journal/jacm|Journal of the ACM]] 
 +  * {{bib>wiseAl-oopsla2020|Gradual Verification of Recursive Heap Data Structures}} accepted at [[https://2020.splashcon.org/track/splash-2020-oopsla|OOPSLA 2020]] 
 +  * {{bib>toroTanter-scp2020|Abstracting Gradual References}} accepted at Science of Computer Programming, presented at [[https://2020.ecoop.org/|ECOOP 2020]] 
 +  * {{bib>abateAl:esop2020|Trace-Relating Compiler Correctness and Secure Compilation}} accepted at [[https://www.etaps.org/2020/esop|ESOP 2020]] 
 +  * {{bib>diazAl:cpp2020|A Mechanized Formalization of GraphQL}} accepted at [[https://popl20.sigplan.org/home/CPP-2020|CPP 2020]] 
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   * [[news-history|More...]]   * [[news-history|More...]]
  
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   * [[people:folmedo|Federico Olmedo]], Assistant Professor   * [[people:folmedo|Federico Olmedo]], Assistant Professor
   * [[people:etanter|Éric Tanter]], Full Professor   * [[people:etanter|Éric Tanter]], Full Professor
-  * [[people:mtoro|Matías Toro]], Postdoc +  * [[people:mtoro|Matías Toro]], Assistant Professor 
-  * [[https://kenji.maillard.blue/|Kenji Maillard]], Postdoc+  * [[https://kenji.maillard.blue/|Kenji Maillard]], Postdoc (with Nicolas Tabareau / Gallinette, Inria)
   * [[people:elabrada|Elizabeth Labrada]], PhD student   * [[people:elabrada|Elizabeth Labrada]], PhD student
   * Stefan Malewski, PhD student   * Stefan Malewski, PhD student
-  * [[people:fmosso|Fabian Mosso]]MSc student +  * Bruno GarcíaPhD student 
-  * Hans FehrmannMSc student +  * Damián ArquezPhD student 
-  * Damián Arquez, MSc student+  * Tomás Díaz, PhD student 
 +  * Tomás Vallejos, MSc student