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Catalin Hritcu is a researcher at Inria Paris where he works on security foundations. He is particularly interested in formal methods for security (secure compilation, compartmentalization, memory safety, security protocols, integrity, information flow), programming languages (program verification, type systems, proof assistants, semantics, formal metatheory, certified tools, property-based testing), and the design and verification of security-critical systems (reference monitors, secure compilation chains, secure hardware). He was awarded an ERC Starting Grant on formally secure compilation and is also actively involved in the design of the F* verification system and its use for building a formally verified HTTPS stack. Catalin received his PhD from Saarland University. Recently he received a Habilitation degree from ENS Paris, and was also a Research Associate at University of Pennsylvania and a Visiting Researcher at Microsoft Research Redmond.
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