Jon Sterling

9225 Gates Hilman Center
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

I am a doctoral student of Robert Harper at Carnegie Mellon University studying type theory, programming languages and semantics. Previously I received a B.A. in Linguistics from U.C. Berkeley. My other interests include category theory, topos theory, formalization of mathematics, Assyriology, and ancient languages and literature.


I study the syntax and semantics of type theory; currently, I am interested in models of higher dimensional type theory as well as guarded dependent type theory. My colleagues and I have developed the RedPRL proof assistant for cartesian cubical type theory. Today, I am studying definitional equivalence, normal forms and type checking for cartesian cubical type theory and guarded dependent type theory.




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Together with my co-hosts David Christiansen and Darin Morrison, I helped create The Type Theory Podcast.