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Jérôme Feret defended a PhD at the computer science laboratory of École normale superieure in 2005 working with Patrick Cousot on the static analysis of networks with dynamical interaction topologies. In 2007-2008, he did a postdoc at Harvard Medical School working with Walter Fontana on model reduction for intracellular signaling pathways. In 2008, he got a junior researcher position (CR2, then CR1 since 2011) at INRIA working in the Abstraction (now Antique) team at the computer science laboratory of École normale supérieure.
Since 2001, he has been participating to the design of ASTRE. Since 2006, he is applying abstract interpretation theory for simplifying the combinatorial complexity of models of intracellular signaling pathways.
|ESOP 2019||Counters in Kappa: Semantics, Simulation, and Static Analysis|
|HSB 2019|| Session Chair of Analysis (part of HSB)|
Committee Member in Program Committee within the HSB-track
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