Christiaan Baaij has a PhD from the University of Twente in the field of computer science and is the principal developer of the CλaSH compiler. Before that, he studied Embedded Systems, where he won the ENIAC best thesis award.
Christiaan Baaij has been programming in Haskell since 2009, when he started on the first prototype of the CλaSH compiler. Since then, he is always keen on trying to figure out ways to effectively use GHCs latest language extensions for doing circuit design in Haskell..
Jan Kuper has a PhD from the University of Twente in the field of mathematics, and is the original founder of the CλaSH project. He is a senior staff member of the Computer Architecture group at the University of Twente.
Jan is the lecturer of the highly appreciated functional programming course at the University of Twente. Although this is an elective course, it is followed by nearly 100% of the computer science students based on the recommendations of other students; all in large part due to Jan's engaging teaching practices.