My research focuses on program verification, interactive theorem proving and, particularly, the challenges of making interactive proofs more automatic / scale to real code. This webpage provides a brief introduction to my research:
- Decompilation into logic — verification of machine code
- Proof-producing synthesis from logic
- Verified Lisp and ML runtimes
- Connecting things up: verified stacks
My most recent work has focused on CakeML, which is an ML-style language with a formal semantics and a growing ecosystem of proofs and tools that support construction of verified applications. As far as I know, the CakeML compiler is the first verified compiler to have been bootstrapped.
Below is a popular science video about my research. The video was made by Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research.
Send me an email if you'd like to know more. My email address is at the top of the page.
My group at Chalmers consists of:
- Alejandro Gomez — PhD student started Sept 2017
- Oskar Abrahamsson — PhD student started Aug 2017 – Dec 2022
- Andreas Loow — PhD student Sept 2016 – Sep 2021
- Hira Syeda — postdoc Sept 2019 – Aug 2021
- Thomas Sewell — postdoc Sep 2018 – Aug 2020
- Johannes Aman Pohjola — postdoc Nov 2016 – Mar 2018