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Amal Ahmed

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Name: Amal Ahmed

Bio: My research involves the use of programming-language semantics and type systems for reasoning about imperative code, security, concurrency, compiler transformations, and provenance. My present focus is on how to build verified compilers that ensure safe linking of code compiled from different programming languages. This includes work on correct and secure compilation, gradual typing, dependent types, and safe language interoperability.

Country: United States

Affiliation: Northeastern University

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Research interests: correct and secure compilation, linking types for multi-language software, typed compilation of dependent types, semantics and logical relations, gradual typing, safe language interoperability


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