I'm a PhD student at the School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham, where I also received my MSci in 2016. Broadly, I'm interested in functional programming and am a member of the Functional Programming Lab. More precisely, my research interests are in mathematical logic and dependent type theory, specifically in multi-agent logics and how they can be modelled using dependent type theory. My principal supervisor is Venanzio Capretta and my second supervisor is Graham Hutton (formerly Natasha Alechina).

Feel free to contact me at colm.baston@nottingham.ac.uk; otherwise, you can find me in office A04 of the Computer Science Building on Jubilee Campus.

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**Game Forms for Coalition Effectivity Functions**

Presented at the 25th International Conference on Types for Proofs and Programs, Oslo 2019

Coauthor: Venanzio Capretta

[Extended Abstract] [Slides]**The Coinductive Formulation of Common Knowledge**

Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving, Oxford 2018

Coauthor: Venanzio Capretta

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