- fesefeldt at cs.rwth-aachen.de
- Room 4210
- +49 241 80 21204
I am a PhD student in the Software Modeling and Verification Group headed by Professor J.-P. Katoen.
If you write me a Mail, please refrain from using a gendered address, or if absolutely necessary, use “Ms” or “Frau”.
I am looking for a student assistant job for implementing various graph based symbolic execution algorithms for analyzing programs on data structures. Being comfortable with formal methods are requires
I am looking for a student assistant job for a Hoare-style proof systems of probabilistic programs in the proof assistant Lean. It is required to be able to be comfortable formally proving theorems.
My research interests include:
- formal verification of probabilistic, heap-manipulating and concurrent programs,
- separation logics,
- termination analysis,
- static program analysis, and
I was involved in reviews for:
- CAV 2022 (external reviewer),
- POPL 2023 (external reviewer) and
- FM 2023 (external reviewer and external AE reviewer).
I am currently supervising the following thesis projects:
- Jan Tugsbayar, Verification of Leader Election Protocols in Unreliable Networks, Bachelor’s Thesis (advising together with Prof. Thomas Noll)
- Dominic Meiser, Design and Evaluation of a Probabilistic Pointer Programming Language using Monte-Carlo Simulation, Bachelor’s Thesis (advising together with Prof. Thomas Noll)
I have supervised the following thesis projects:
- Mohamed Khalifa, Termination Analysis of Procedural Pointer Programs Modelled by Graph Grammars, Master’s Thesis
- Fabian Gasser, Analysis of Concurrent Probabilistic Programs with Shared Variables, Bachelor’s Thesis (advised together with Prof. Thomas Noll)
- Marvin Jansen, Decidability and complexity of entailment checking in quantitative separation logic, Master’s Thesis, winner of the CS Department Award 2021 (advised togehter with Kevin Batz and Dr. Christoph Matheja)
- Patrick Arens, Weakest-preexpectation proof rules for disjoint concurrent probabilistic programs, Bachelor’s Thesis
- Mohamed Khalifa, Implementation of a predicate-guided termination analysis for pointer programs, Bachelor’s Thesis
I’m currently involved in the following teaching activities:
- Datenstrukturen und Algorithmen (SS23)
I was involved in the following teaching activities: