My primary research interests revolve around the programming language design and implementation. I am particularly interested in the area of software verification for critical code. More specifically, I've been involved in a series of verification projects which target the memory safety of heap-manipulating programs.
|Jul 2021.||Co-chair of the Artifact Evaluation Committee for ESOP 2022 , with KC. Motivated researchers who wish to serve on the AEC, please nominate yourselves by filling up this form.|
|Jun 2021.||Grads and undergrads warmly encouraged to submit a 3-page extended abstract outlining their WIP research to participate in the SRC @ICFP'21.|
|May 2021.||Join us for an “Ask Me Anything!” session with Joxan Jaffar at PLDI'21.|
|May 2021.||Tune in for the Panel Discussion on Grad School at PLMW@PLDI'21 .|
|April 2021.||Congratulations Zhengqun Koo for successfully completing and presenting your FYP!|
|April 2021.||PC for APLAS'21 .|
|Jan 2021.||Panel Discussion on Work/Life Balance at POPL'21 .|
|Jul 2020.||Thanks Sigmund Chianasta and Kishore R for your contributions to the InetlliJ framework and the benchmarks for automated program repair.|
|Jul 2020.||Thanks Zhengqun Koo , Fadi Faris and Ng Jie Wu for your contributions to HIP/SLEEK and TeachHIP during the 2020 summer intership. Despite the inconvenience of WFH, you guys did a great job!|
Publications and Posters
Towards A Logic for Multiparty Protocols [POSTER]
Andreea Costea, Wei-Ngan Chin. APLAS 2016
Certified Reasoning with Infinity [PDF]
Asankhaya Sharma, Shengyi Wang, Andreea Costea, Aquinas Hobor, Wei-Ngan Chin. FM 2015: 496-513
Towards a Session Logic for
Communication Protocols [PDF]
Florin Craciun, Tibor Kiss, Andreea Costea. ICECCS 2015: 140-149
HIPimm - verifying granular
immutability guarantees [PDF]
Andreea Costea, Asankhaya Sharma, Cristina David: PEPM 2014: 189-194
Automated Modular Verifictaion for Relaxed Communication Protocols, APLAS 2018, Victoria University, New Zealand December 2018 [SLIDES]
A Session Logic for Relaxed Communication Protocols, Thesis Defense, National University of Singapore, December 2017 [SLIDES]
A Session Logic for Multiparty Protocols with Explicit Synchronization, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan, March 2017 [SLIDES]
Towards a Session Logic for Multiparty Protocols, 2nd Workshop on New and Emerging Results in Programming Languages and Systems, HaLong Bay, Vietnam, Nov 2016 [SLIDES]
A Session Logic for Communication Protocols, Oracle Labs, Safety and Security Analysis team, Brisbane, Australia, Dec 2015 [SLIDES]
Towards a Session Logic for Communication Protocols, 17th International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods, Brisbane, Australia, Nov 2015 [SLIDES]
HIPimm: Verifying Granular Immutability Guarantees, Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation, San Diego, California, Jan 2014 [SLIDES]
A framework for the synthesis of heap-manipulating programs, where the synthesis is guided by Separation Logic specs enhanced with the logical mechanism of read-only borrows.
The implementation of a logic for multiparty session protocols, which offers support for communication specification and verification.
Omega++ is a Coq-certified decision procedure for Presburger arithmetic extended with +infinity and -infinity.
With the use of Omega++, we are now able to
reason about coinductive data
types and infinite data structures (assuming lazy evaluation).
HIPimm - an extension of HIP/SLEEK - offers immutability guarantees at data field level to ensure safe resource sharing for heap-manipulating programs. We can verify program properties such as preservation of data structures shapes in the context of value mutation, flexible aliases, and information leakage prevention.
Automatic verification framework for heap manipulating programs. HIP is a Hoare-style forward verifier for imperative language, able to modularly check functional correctness and safety properties. SLEEK is an automatic prover for separation logic with frame inferring capability.
A platform where students can see HIP/SLEEK in action, or in other words a platform to formally specify and verify C programs.
CS3234 - Logic and Formal Systems - Guest Lecture and Tutorial, Spring 2018
CS3234 - Logic and Formal Systems - Guest Lecture and Tutorial, Spring 2017
CS3234 - Logic and Formal Systems - Guest Lecture and Tutorial, Spring 2016
CS3234 - Logic and Formal Systems - Guest Tutorial, Spring 2015
CS4215 - Programming Language Implementation - Teaching Assistant, Spring 2015
Science Mentorship Programme NUS-SMP - Co-Mentor, 2011
PC for: APLAS'21, APLAS'20
Poster and SRC Chair for: APLAS'19
External Reviewer for: POPL'20, TOSEM'19, CAV'19, CAV'18, VMCAI'18, CAV'17, VMCAI'17, OOPSLA'16, APLAS'14, FM'14, ICFEM'13, SAS'13, CPP'12, VMCAI'12, FM'10
- Zhengqun Koo (FYP: AY2020/2021): Towards Bug-Free Distributed Go Programs
- Sigmund Chianasta (intern: May-Aug 2020): IntelliJ plugin for Infer and Data Race Repair
- Zhengqun Koo (intern: May - Jul 2020): A decision procedure for reasoning about arrays using Separation Logic
- Fadi Faris (intern: May - Jul 2020): Web Platform for Teaching Verification with HIP/SLEEK,
- Ng Jie Wu (intern: May - Jul 2020)
- Yinfang Chen (Master: AY2019/2020): WaitGroup and CountDownLatch Reasoning
- Zhengqun Koo (UROP: AY2018/2019): ecce: A Visualizer and Simulator for Session Protocols
- Xu Jun (FYP: AY 2018/2019): Investigation of Design and Implementation of Domain-Specific Languages
- Andreea Stoican (Master: 2017): Local Reasoning for Communication-Centered Programs
- Low Zheng Heng Henry (FYP): Safety for Consensus-Based Systems in Rust
- Valentina Manea (Master: 2016): Session Logic for Multiparty Sessions