I am a tenure-track faculty at CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security in Saarbrücken, Germany. My main research interests are in formal verification and synthesis, with a focus on parameterized systems, and more recently on security properties in the presence of side channels.
October 2023: Our works Parameterized Verification of Disjunctive Timed Networks (with Étienne André, Paul Eichler and Shyam Lal Karra) and Automatic and Incremental Repair for Speculative Information Leaks (with Joachim Bard and Yakir Vizel) have been accepted for publication at VMCAI 2024.
August 2023: We have open positions for PhD students and postdocs.
July 2023: We have presented the results of the 10th Reactive Synthesis competition SYNTCOMP at the Synthesis Workshop (SYNT) and the Conference on Computer-Aided Verification (CAV) in Paris, France.
July 2023: Our project Global Synchronization Protocols and Proving their Correctness has officially started its research into advanced properties of GSPs.
December 2022: Our work Synthesis of Distributed Agreement-Based Systems with Efficiently-Decidable Verification (with Nouraldin Jaber, Christopher Wagner, Milind Kulkarni and Roopsha Samanta) has been accepted for publication at TACAS 2023.
October 2022: We will have a special issue of the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing on Dependability and Scalability of Distributed Systems in the Presence of Faults and Security Threats. Submission deadline is February 5, 2023.
October 2022: Mouhammad Sakr presents our joint work (with Marcus Völp) Automatic Repair and Deadlock Detection for Parameterized Systems at FMCAD 2022 in Trento.
September 2022: Created this page.