Try Email First

Many of the inquiries I get can usually be handled by email—in fact, sometimes email is a much better way to handle them. Therefore, I recommend you contact me by email first, unless you believe email is going to be inappropriate or ineffective for what you want to discuss.

Of course, I'm also happy to talk to you! However, much as I enjoy talking to people in person, for now I am limiting myself to Zoom, to minimize risk on both sides. As health conditions improve and risks reduce, I hope to change that (but I will still provide a Zoom option for those who need or want it).

Contacting to Talk

During Spring 2022 I will not have formal office hours. I am available by appointment on MWF (US/Eastern) 8:30am-1:30pm and 4pm-5pm. However, I am not always free during that range; please:

  1. Check my travel dates below to confirm I'm in town.
  2. Check my calendar below to confirm I'm free.

(Note: due to the vagaries of Google Calendar, please:

(Don't blame me, blame Google.)

“Travel” Schedule (Unavailable on These Days)

2022-01-17 to 2022-01-18 (travel TBD): Keynote talk at PADL 2022, Philadelphia

2022-01-30 to 2022-02-02 (plus travel dates): Dagstuhl Seminar 22052, Germany

2022-03-17 to 2022-03-19: Brandeis Computer Science External Review

2022-06-06 to 2022-06-10 (plus travel dates): Dagstuhl Seminar 22231, Germany

2022-07-24 to 2022-07-29 (plus travel dates): Dagstuhl Seminar 22302, Germany

October 2022: University of Rochester

Febuary 2023: Stanford University

2023-05-22 to 2023-05-25 (plus travel dates): NII Shonan Meeting 159, Japan