FSE 2025
Mon 23 - Fri 27 June 2025 Trondheim, Norway
Martin Kellogg

Registered user since Thu 24 Mar 2016

Name:Martin Kellogg

I’m an assistant professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, in the Department of Computer Science. My research focuses on making software verification practical for every developer: that is, on making verification a standard part of every developer’s toolkit, in the way that techniques like unit testing or code review are today. My focus is primarily on two approaches to making verification more practical:

  • improving the expressivity of simple verification technologies: making it possible to prove more facts about a program within the constraints that developers actually work under. Examples of this approach include my work on accumulation analysis for resource leaks (ESEC/FSE 2021) and for initialization (ICSE 2020).
  • convincing developers of the benefits of verification: by deploying verification technologies in new domains, and by improving the usability of verification. An example of this approach is my work on compliance verification (ASE 2020).
Country:United States
Affiliation:New Jersey Institute of Technology
Research interests:Practical Program Verification, Software Engineering, Programming Languages, Pluggable Type Systems, Abstract Interpretation


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