Cătălin Hriţcu

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Name:Cătălin Hriţcu

Catalin is a tenured Research Scientist at Inria Paris where he develops rigorous formal techniques for solving security problems. He is particularly interested in formal methods for security (memory safety, compartmentalization, dynamic monitoring, integrity, security protocols, information flow), programming languages (type systems, verification, proof assistants, property-based testing, semantics, formal metatheory, certified tools), and the design and verification of security-critical systems (reference monitors, secure compilers, microkernels, secure hardware). He is actively involved in the design of the F* verification system and was recently awarded an ERC Starting Grant on secure compilation. Catalin was a PhD student at Saarland University and a Research Associate at University of Pennsylvania before joining Inria Paris in 2013.

Affiliation:Inria Paris
Research interests:Formal methods for security


CPP 2018 A Monadic Framework for Relational Verification: Applied to Information Security, Program Equivalence, and Optimizations
POPL 2018 Recalling a Witness: Foundations and Applications of Monotonic State
Recalling a Witness: Foundations and Applications of Monotonic State
Artifact Evaluation Co-Chair in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the Artifact Evaluation-track
Artifact Evaluation Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
PriSC 2018 Short talk: The Meaning of Memory Safety
Robust Hyperproperty Preservation for Secure Compilation
Session Chair of Welcome and Invited Talk (part of PriSC 2018)
Formally Secure Compilation of Unsafe Low-Level Components
Program Chair in Program Committee within the PriSC 2018-track
PriSC Welcome
Organizer in Organizing Committee within the PriSC 2018-track
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