The Masters Thesis
For this project we compiled a lambda calculus based language (Ohua) into database queries with custom (user defined) operators in Noria.
The goal was to make it possible for users to write database queries in a subset of either rust or ML with the ability to manipulate state and have the compiler automatically generate operators and query fragments which allows the code to be efficiently executed and parallelized and to leverage the unique advantages of the noria system (very high throughput on reads).
If you are interested, there’s a 2-page extended abstract I wrote that outlines the basic ideas. You can also read the full work or look at the slides of my defence (pdf|pptx).