Email address: <my-firstname-then-obvious-symbol>ccs.neu.edu
I am a graduate student in the College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University, Boston. I am a member of the Formal Methods group. My research focusses on mechanized formal/semi-formal verification of systems.
I am working on developing tools for automatically analyzing floating-point operations, investigating the intricacies of floating-point arithmetic in programs running on heterogeneous systems. In particular, I am developing a decision procedure for an interesting fragment of floating-point arithmetic, but by reasoning at a level much higher than the bit-level: using decision procedures for Reals and Integers. In the past, I have worked on path interpolation for formulas in the context of loop invariant generation for proving program correctness, and on Reachability analysis of large, untimed sequential circuits.
Summer 2013: I was an intern with SGT, Inc. in the Robust Software Engineering group at NASA Ames Research Center, where I worked on providing floating-point support for the symbolic execution engine of the Java Pathfinder.
I graduated with a Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Bombay.
Before joining Northeastern, I worked at Samsung as a software developer writing software for mobile phones.
- Jaideep Ramachandran, Corina Pasareanu and Thomas Wahl. Symbolic execution for checking the accuracy of floating-point programs. In the Java Path Finder Workshop (JPF'14), Salt Lake City, Utah, 2014.
- Miriam Leeser, Saoni Mukherjee, Jaideep Ramachandran and Thomas Wahl. Make it Real: Effective Floating-Point Reasoning via Exact Arithmetic. In the Proceedings of Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE'14), Dresden, Germany, 2014.
- Miriam Leeser, Jaideep Ramachandran, Thomas Wahl, and Devon Yablonski. OpenCL floating point software on heterogeneous architectures - portable or not? In the Workshop on Numerical Software Verification (NSV'12), Berkeley, CA, 2012. [Paper].
- Zahra Jafargholi, Hamidreza Jahanjou, Eric Miles, Jaideep Ramachandran, Emanuele Viola. From RAM to SAT. Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity (ECCC) 19: 125 (2012). [Paper].
Professional Service: I have been a sub-reviewer for FMCAD'14, CAV'14, DATE'14, ICFPT'13, ASE'13, FMCAD'13, CAV'13, DATE'13, TACAS'12, FMCAD'12, MEMOCODE'12.