Job no: 512894
Work type: Research Faculty
Senior management: College of Engineering
Department: Electrical and ComputerEngineering
Location: Blacksburg Area
Categories: Research / Scientific
Applications are invited for a Research Scientist position with the Systems Software Research Group (https://www.ssrg.ece.vt.edu/) at Virginia Tech. The position involves conducting research on program analysis and verification, in particular, on the topic of automated reasoning of unintended, emergent program behaviors (e.g., weird machines) and verifying their non-exploitability. Additional thrusts include verified decompilation and verified recompilation.
- conducting independent research in these spaces
- developing publications for journals, conferences, and workshops, and presenting papers at conferences and workshops
- conducting presentations at sponsor events and technology demonstrations and transitions
Computer science or computer engineering PhD graduates with a background and publication record in verification, security, or program analysis required.
Background in theorem proving (e.g., Coq, HOL4, etc), program analysis techniques, low-level system software including assembly code, ISA semantics, and functional programming are highly desirable.
Commensurate with experience
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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