About

As of Fall 2021, I am an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Computer Science Department at Tufts University.

Formerly, I was a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland, where I studied programming languages and type systems with my advisor, Jeff Foster.

Publications

SimTyper: Sound Type Inference for Ruby using Type Equality Prediction
Milod Kazerounian, Jeffrey S. Foster, Bonan Min
OOPSLA 2021
Towards More Expressive and Usable Types for Dynamic Languages
Milod Kazerounian
PhD Thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, Summer 2021
Milod Kazerounian, Brianna M. Ren, Jeffrey S. Foster
DLS 2020
Milod Kazerounian, Sankha Narayan Guria, Niki Vazou, Jeffrey S. Foster, David Van Horn
PLDI 2019
Milod Kazerounian, Niki Vazou, Austin Bourgerie, Jeffrey S. Foster, Emina Torlak
VMCAI 2018

Teaching

CS 15: Data Structures

Instructor

Fall 2021
Tufts University

COMP 11: Intro to Computer Science

Instructor

Summer 2020
Tufts University

COMP 11: Intro to Computer Science

Instructor

Summer 2019
Tufts University

CMSC250: Discrete Structures

Teaching Assistant

Fall 2015
University of Maryland, College Park

CSE 4102 Programming Languages

Teaching Assistant

Spring 2015
University of Connecticut

CSE 3502 Theory of Computation

Teaching Assistant

Fall 2014
University of Connecticut

CSE 1010 Intro to Computing for Engineers

Teaching Assistant

Spring 2011
University of Connecticut