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  • 2023-07-06: Our paper Interpolation and SAT-based model checking revisited: Adoption to software verification is accepted by Journal of Automated Reasoning
  • 2023-07-06: Our paper CPA-DF: A tool for configurable interval analysis to boost program verification is accepted at ASE 2023
  • 2022-12-23: Our paper Bridging hardware and software analysis with Btor2C: A word-level-circuit-to-C translator is accepted at TACAS 2023

Short Biography

I am a postdoctoral researcher affiliated with Software and Computational Systems Lab at LMU Munich, Germany. I obtained a Ph.D. degree in Electronics Engineering from National Taiwan University in 2021. My research directions are the analysis and optimization of computing systems, with a focus on formal methods.

I enjoy doing research and collaborating with people from different countries. During my doctoral study, I was

To know more about me, please take a look at my CV.

Recent Publications

The following are some of my recent publications. Please refer to my publication list or click the Publications button on the top menu for the complete list.






Software Projects

I am the primary designer and maintainer of the following projects:

  • Btor2C: a translator from the word-level modeling language Btor2 to the programming language C
  • reSSAT, erSSAT: solvers for the random-exist and exist-random quantified fragments of stochastic Boolean satisfiability
  • ssat-benchmarks: a collection of stochastic Boolean satisfiability formulas for benchmarking (Contributions Welcome!)
  • TLCollapseVerify: collapse operation and efficient verification of threshold logic in a synthesis/verification tool ABC

I participate in the following projects:


My email address: nian-ze.lee@sosy.ifi.lmu.de

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