X-Git-Url: https://git.ralfj.de/web.git/blobdiff_plain/b6ed7e731d2090d2218fcbe17dd87e5646c24863..HEAD:/research/index.html diff --git a/research/index.html b/research/index.html index 0f8ea7a..d121152 100644 --- a/research/index.html +++ b/research/index.html @@ -4,14 +4,17 @@ title: Ralf Jung
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I am a post-doctoral researcher at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) under the supervision of Derek Dreyer, head of the Foundations of Programming group.

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I am a post-doctoral researcher in the PDOS group at MIT CSAIL under the supervision of Frans Kaashoek and Nickolai Zeldovich.
+Previously, I completed my PhD at MPI-SWS and Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany; my advisor was Derek Dreyer.

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Previously, I completey my PhD thesis at MPI-SWS and Saarland University.

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I am on the academic job market this year (fall 2021), mostly looking for faculty positions in Europe.

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I am currently working on giving a formal model to Rust's type system. -This work is part of the RustBelt project.
-The Rust work builds on my previous work on Iris, a logic to support modular reasoning about higher-order concurrent imperative programs. The focus there was on providing simple building blocks that are powerful enough to recover more sophisticated reasoning techniques that were often axiomatized in previous logics.
-For some more information, check out my research blog and my research statement.

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My two main lines of work are about Rust and Iris.
+On the Rust side, I am working (also in collaboration with the Rust language team) towards a solid formal foundation for the language, including in particular the unsafe parts. +One key result here is our type safety proof, which also describes a methodology for establishing type safety of well-encapsulated unsafe code. +My goal is to make unsafe Rust just as safe as safe Rust by means of formal verification.
+On the Iris side, besides continuing development of its logical foundations, I am interested in applying Iris to new problem domains; recently I started working on modular verification of fault-tolerant distributed system components.
+For some more information, check out my research blog, my CV, and my research statement.

In my free time, I like to run internet services myself and work on free software. This goes hand-in-hand with my pursuit of defending our privacy rights and our freedom in the digital world.