José Calderón

Research & Engineering

I’m José Calderón; I split my time between Galois and the University of Maryland, where I am a part-time lecturer. I enjoy working on programming languages and applications of compilers and staticanalysis. When I’m not doing those things, I play music.


José is a Research Scientist at Galois, working mostly on privacy and privacy-preserving technologies. His research interests are in parallel functional languages, DSLs, computer music (particularly the representation and manipulation of structures representing rhythm), and compilers.

Prior to Galois, José studied towards his PhD as a member of the Programming Languages group at the University of York Computer Science Department. His thesis focused on parallelism in Functional Programming languages using the combination of static analysis and runtime profiling.