Matthias Felleisen interview: Overview
On a separate page: Selected quotes from this interview
Matthias Felleisen is a computer scientist noted for his contributions to programming language semantics research in the area of functional programming languages and for applying that research to undergraduate and pre-college education through his ProgramByDesign Project, (begun at Rice University in 1995 as the TeachScheme Project). He currently holds the Trustee Professorship in the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Matthias Felleisen was elected an ACM Fellow in 2006, received the ACM Karl Karlstrom Distinguished Educator Award in 2009 and the ACM SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education in 2011. His publication portfolio includes hundreds of professional articles and presentations as well as an array of books on functional programming languages.
This section includes the audio and transcript of the interview with Matthias Felleisen, conducted on March 10, 2011 in Dallas, Texas by Barbara Boucher Owens.
Audio of interview [1 hour 16 minutes]
PDF interview transcript
[24 pages, 1027 transcribed lines of text]
Other information about Matthias Felleisen
- Matthias Felleisen’s webpage at Northeastern University
- Overview of ACM awards presented to Matthias Felleisen
- Author profile page for Matthias Felleisen in the ACM Digital Library
- DBLP publications list for Matthias Felleisen
- Google Scholar profile for Matthias Felleisen
- Wikipedia article about Matthias Felleisen
Video clip: Path to collaborating on “The Little LISPer”
- Recorded March 2011
- About 1 minute 35 seconds; PDF transcript of video clip is located further down under the video
- This video clip is also available on CEOHP’s YouTube channel