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Steve Zdancewic

Registered user since Tue 9 Jun 2015

Name: Steve Zdancewic

Bio: I study programming languages and computer security. I have wide-ranging interests, and some of my most recent work touches on: Coq verification of LLVM program transformations and randomized algorithms, type-directed program synthesis, linear types and GUI programming. I have also spent a lot of time thinking about language-based enforcement of information-flow policies, low-level code memory safety, understanding dynamic security policies, and authorization logic. I am also interested in secure concurrent and distributed computing, functional programming languages, type theory, linear and modal logics, theorem proving and mechanized metatheory.

Country: United States

Affiliation: University of Pennsylvania

Personal website: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~stevez

Research interests: Programming Languages, Type Theory, Logic


PPS 2016Author of Models for Probabilistic Programs with an Adversary within the PPS 2016-track
CoqPL 2016Committee Member in Program Committee within the CoqPL-track
POPL 2016Author of Example-Directed Synthesis: A Type-Theoretic Interpretation within the Research Papers-track
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