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Işil Dillig

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Name:Işil Dillig

Isil Dillig is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin where she leads the UToPiA research group. Her main research area is programming languages, with a specific emphasis on static analysis, verification, and program synthesis. The techniques developed by her group aim to make software systems more reliable, secure, and easier to build in a robust way. Dr. Dillig is a Sloan Fellow and a recipient of the NSF CAREER award. She obtained all her degrees (BS, MS, and PhD) from Stanford University.

Country:United States
Affiliation:University of Texas at Austin
Research interests:Program analysis, program synthesis, program verification, programming languages, security, software engineering


SPLASH 2022 Synthesis-Powered Optimization of Smart Contracts via Data Type Refactoring
Synthesizing fine-grained synchronization protocols for implicit monitors
Type-Directed Synthesis of Visualizations from Natural Language Queries
SolType: Refinement Types for Arithmetic Overflow in Solidity
Session Chair of Testing and Maintenance (part of OOPSLA)
Automated transpilation of imperative to functional code using neural-guided program synthesis
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