Agostino Cortesi

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Name: Agostino Cortesi

Bio: Agostino Cortesi received a PhD degree in Applied Mathematics and Informatics at the University of Padova, Italy, in 1992. After spending a post-doc at Brown University, in the US, he joined the Ca’Foscari University of Venice. Since 2002, he’s full professor of Computer Science. In recent past, he served as Dean of the Computer Science programme, as Department Chair, and as Vice-Rector of Ca’ Foscari University for quality assessment and institutional affairs. His main research interests concern programming languages theory, software engineering, and static analysis techniques, with particular emphasis on security applications. He published more than 100 papers in high level international journals and proceedings of international conferences. His h-index is 15 according to Scopus, and 22 according to Google Scholar. Agostino served several times as member (or chair) of program committees of international conferences (e.g., SAS, VMCAI, CSF, CISIM, ACM SAC) and he’s in the editorial boards of the journals “Computer Languages, Systems and Structures” and “Journal of Universal Computer Science”. Currently, he holds the chairs of “Software Engineering” and “Program Analysis and Verification” in the Computer Science programme at Ca’ Foscari, and the chair on “Computer Networks and Information Systems” in the Business Administration programme.

Country: Italy

Affiliation: Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Personal website: http://www.unive.it/persone/cortesi

Research interests: Static Analysis, Abstract Interpretation, Security, Data Bases

Contributions

SPIN 2019Author of String abstraction for model checking of C programs within the 26th International SPIN Symposium on Model Checking of Software-track
InterAVT 2019Author of Cross Programming Language Taint Analysis for the IoT Ecosystem within the InterAVT-track
SPIoT 2019Author of Static Analysis for the OWASP IoT Top 10 2018. within the SPIoT-track
SLE 2017Author of Metacasanova: An Optimized Meta-compiler for Domain-Specific Languages within the SLE-track
VMCAI 2017Committee Member in Steering Committee
VMCAICommittee Member in Steering Committee