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Viktor Kuncak is an associate professor in the EPFL School of Computer and Communication Sciences, where he leads the Laboratory for Automated Reasoning and Analysis (http://lara.epfl.ch). He works in formal methods with emphasis on algorithms and tools, such as Leon (http://leon.epfl.ch). He received a PhD degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2007. He was a program co-chair of FMCAD 2014 and VMCAI 2012, and led an international COST Action to establish standardized formats for verification and synthesis (Rich Model Toolkit). His invited talks include those at LOPSTR, SYNT, ICALP, CSL, RV, VMCAI, and SMT. He received an ACM SIGSOFT distinguished paper award for work on automated testing. His work on software synthesis procedures was published in the Communications of the ACM as a Research Highlight article. His recent work on Implicit Programming, funded by a European Research Council (ERC) grant, aims to bridge the gap between human goals and their computational realizations.
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