Lucas Franceschino

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About me

I am a PhD student under the supervision of Jean-Pierre Talpin and David Pichardie at INRIA Rennes. My research focuses on formal verification, via both dependently typed languages (mainly F*) and abstract interpretation techniques.

After a double bachelor in mathematics and computer science, I graduated with the master degree "Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science" at Radboud University. You can find my resume here.

I like functional programming a lot: I'm a happy user of Haskell, PureScript and OCaml, occasional Coq and Idris user, and for a few years now, an F* enthusiast! I'm also a NixOS and an Emacs user.

Defense on Friday, December 10

I will defend my Ph.D. thesis on Friday, December 10 at 4 pm (Paris time, UTC+1)! You can join in person in the Métivier Room at Inria Rennes (send me an email), or join us on YouTube.

Publications

Verified Functional Programming of an Abstract Interpreter

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  • Lucas Franceschino
  • David Pichardie
  • Jean-Pierre Talpin

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Accepted to SAS 2021. Draft, demo and GitHub repo.

LIO*: Low-Level Information Flow Control with F*

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  • Jean-Joseph Marty†
  • Lucas Franceschino†
  • Jean-Pierre Talpin
  • Niki Vazou

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To be submitted. Draft.

[Anonymized title]

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  • Lucas Franceschino
  • David Pichardie
  • Jean-Pierre Talpin

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In submission.

Teaching

  • Introduction to Java
    • insa rennes, L1
  • Functional programming in Scala
    • istic rennes, L1
  • Software engineering in Scala
    • istic rennes, L2
  • Imperative programming in Java
    • istic rennes, L3

Contact

Email

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Side projects

Here are some side projects of mine, more on my GitHub.

JS Star

A transpiler from F* code to JavaScript, written as an F* meta-program, that can run during F* typechecking phase.

F* libs

A set of F* libraries and meta programs.

Star Combinator

A tiny parser combinator library for F*.

F* Toy Static Analyser

A toy static analyser written in F*.

F* HTTP-Server

An HTTP server written as an F* meta-program, with a Elm like engine. I wrote a todo list application example in F*, that extracts as a web application.

Nix flake F*

A nix Flake for building F*, that makes it easy to deal with multiple different F* versions, with custom patches, local sources, etc.