Romain Ruetschi

About me

My name is Romain Ruetschi, also known as Romac.

I am a Computer Science student at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland,
where I've co-founded an association named Hackers at EPFL.

My main interests are related to functional programming, type theory, concurrency and compiler construction. I also care deeply about the Web, its surrounding technologies, and our right to privacy.

I'm into way too many thing these days, amongst which:

I also like to occasionally dabble with other programming languages, such as Idris, Erlang, C, and x86 assembly.

You can reach me by e-mail (PGP), on Twitter, or on Jabber (OTR).

PGP Key fingerprint ([email protected]):
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OTR fingerprint ([email protected]):
33523C35 DEE2BCF9 B02E5D59 98FEBB69 44DDEC9B

Find me on


Hackers at EPFL

Hackers at EPFL is an association which promotes the hacking culture and aims to foster innovation at EPFL, one amazing event at a time.


mdash is a Chrome extension which replaces the New Tab page with a light dashboard linked with your bookmarks.


node-flick is a GitHub post-receive hooks handler for Node.js.