About me

I am a postdoc at the Bergen Language Design Laboratory at the Department of Informatics of the University of Bergen, where I work with Magne Haveraaen, Eva Burrows and Tero Hasu in the Bergen Language Design Laboratory.

Research interests

My research interests include:

Currently, I’m working on designing the Magnolia Programming Language.

Students

  • Tero Hasu (Phd student)
  • Andreas Hjortland (Master student)
  • Kristoffer Haugsbakk (Master student)

Former

Activities

Workshops & Conferences

Teaching

Fall 2013
INF225 – Innføring i programomsetjing. Introduction to software language engineering.
Fall 2012
INF328 – Programeringsspråkelementer. Elements of programming languages
Spring 2012
INF101 – Videregåande programmering. Second semester introductory course in programming, focusing on abstraction and object-orientation using Java.
Fall 2011
INF225 – Innføring i programomsetjing. Introduction to software language engineering.
Spring 2010
INF101 – Videregåande programmering. Second semester introductory course in programming, focusing on abstraction and object-orientation using Java. (Have a look at the second compulsory exercise.)
Spring 2009
INF101 – Videregåande programmering. Second semester introductory course in programming, focusing on abstraction and object-orientation using Java.
Fall 2008
TOD062 – Grunnleggende Programmering at Høgskolen i Bergen. First semester basic programming in Java.
Spring 2008
INF329 – Programming Models for Non-Traditional Architectures (together with Eva Burrows). A ‘selected topics’ seminar-style course for Master/PhD-level students.

Other interests

When I'm not working on my research, I enjoy...