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Name: Jan Hoffmann
Bio: I am an Associate Research Scientist in the FLINT Group at the Department of Computer Science of Yale University and a co-PI of the NSF-funded VeriQ project.
My research areas are programming languages and formal methods. I am specifically interested in quantitative verification, type systems, static resource analysis of programs, proof assistants, algorithmic game theory, and SAT solving.
Prior to joining Yale, I was a PhD student in the Theoretical Computer Science Group at LMU Munich and a scholar of the DFG Research Training Group PUMA. My advisor was Martin Hofmann.
Before that, I studied computer science at LMU Munich as a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation.
Affiliation: Yale University
Personal website: http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/hoffmann/
Research interests: Programming languages, formal methods, verification, security and privacy
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