## Dario Stein

##### Address

Room 375

Dept. of Computer Science

Wolfson Building

University of Oxford

Parks Road

Oxford
OX1 3QD

United Kingdom

#### About me

Since October 2017 I've been a PhD student at the University of Oxford, working with Sam Staton. I am also a member of Balliol College. Previously, I obtained an MASt in Pure Mathematics at the University of Cambridge and a Bachelor in Mathematics from University of Hamburg. You can find my complete CV here.

#### Research Interests

My research interests include programming language semantics, category theory, and probability theory, which
come together in the field of **probabilistic programming**.

I'm furthermore very interested in (Bayesian) machine learning, quantum computation, functional programming, algebraic effects and type theory. I have a pure-maths background in logic, topology and algebraic geometry.

#### Publications

- Compositional Semantics for Probabilistic Programs with Exact Conditioning

**Dario Stein**, Sam Staton. (Preprint) - Probabilistic Programming Semantics for Name
Generation

Marcin Sabok, Sam Staton,**Dario Stein**, Michael Wolman. Accepted for POPL 2021

- The
Beta-Bernoulli process and Algebraic Effects

Sam Staton,**Dario Stein**, Hongseok Yang, Nathanael L. Ackerman, Cameron E. Freer, Daniel M. Roy. ICALP 2018

#### Talks

- Jan 2021, Oxford Quantum Group Workshop
- Jan 2021 POPL 2021 (View on Clowdr)
- Jan 2021, LAFI. Slides
- Oct 2020, ProbProg workshop, MIT/Online
- Feb 2020, PIHOC workshop, IRIF, Paris. Slides
- Jan 2020, LAFI workshop, POPL, New Orleans. Slides
- 2019, Junior Semantics Seminar x 2, Oxford
- Jul 2018, ICALP 2018, Prague.
- 2018, Quantum Lunch, Quantum Group, Oxford

#### Teaching

- Michaelmas 2020, Tutor for Categories, Proofs and Processes at University of Oxford
- Hilary 2020, Tutor for Quantum Information at University of Oxford
- Michaelmas 2019, Tutor for Principles of Programming Languages at University of Oxford.
- Hilary 2019, Tutor for Probability and Computing at University of Oxford.

#### Reviews

- Compositionality, MSCS