Our work “The Strengths and Behavioral Quirks of Java Bytecode Decompilers” (Nicolas Harrand, César Soto-Valero, Martin Monperrus and Benoit Baudry) has been accepted for publication and will be presented in October 2019, at SCAM’19.
Our paper Beauty and the Beast: Diverting modern web browsers to build unique browser fingerprints received the CNIL-INRIA award.
I am pleased to announce the opening of a PHD position at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden), in the area of program analysis with applications to: • software testing • fuzzing • oracle assessment • test amplification • software security The position is supported by the Internet of DevOps project. Contact: Prof. Benoit …
Today I gave a talk at the 2nd European Chaos Engineering Day in Stockholm. The title was Software Diversity. 1 concept and 10 papers I love. This title is a direct reference to the papers we love community, which I discovered yesterday during a great dinner. And here are the papers that I presented and …
Two open postdoc positions at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden), in the area of systems and program analysis with applications to: • code debloating • the JVM • build systems • containers • software security The two positions are supported by the WASP program (http://wasp-sweden.org/), Sweden’s largest individual research program ever. Contact: Prof. …
I’ll be in Montpellier next week to give a keynote at the doctoral symposium, present a tutorial and a demo of Descartes and to chair the 10th Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering.
Our work “Test them all, is it worth it? Assessing configuration sampling on the JHipster Web development stack” (Axel Halin, Alexandre Nuttinck, Mathieu Acher, Xavier Devroey, Gilles Perrouin, Benoit Baudry) has been accepted for publication in the journal for Empirical Software Engineering.
Our work “Engineering Software Diversity: a Model-Based Approach to Systematically Diversify Communications” (Brice Morin, Jakob Høgenes, Hui Song, Nicolas Harrand and Benoit Baudry) has been accepted for publication and will be presented in October 2018 in Copenhagen, at MODELS’18.
We have a couple of amanuens positions opened to work on Repairnator, DSpot, Descartes and JPerturb. More info is available here and here.
Our work “Hiding in the crowd: an analysis of the effectiveness of browser fingerprinting at large scale” (A. Gomez-Boix, P. Laperdrix, B. Baudry) has been accepted at the WWW’18 conference. It will be presented in Lyon, France in APril 2018.