Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
Participants : Damien Doligez, Fabrice Le Fessant.
The “BWare” project (2012-2016) is coordinated by David Delahaye at Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers and funded by the Ingénierie Numérique et Sécurité programme of Agence Nationale de la Recherche. BWare is an industrial research project that aims to provide a mechanized framework to support the automated verification of proof obligations coming from the development of industrial applications using the B method and requiring high guarantees of confidence.
Participant : Damien Doligez.
The “Paral-ITP” project (2011-2014) is coordinated by Burkhart Wolff at Université Paris Sud and funded by the Ingénierie Numérique et Sécurité programme of Agence Nationale de la Recherche. The objective of Paral-ITP is to investigate the parallelization of interactive theorem provers such as Coq and Isabelle.
Participants : Jacques-Henri Jourdan, Xavier Leroy.
The “Verasco” project (2012-2015) is coordinated by Xavier Leroy and funded by the Ingéniérie Numérique et Sécurité programme of Agence Nationale de la Recherche. The objective of this 4-year project is to develop and formally verify a static analyzer based on abstract interpretation, and interface it with the CompCert C verified compiler.
Participants : Damien Doligez, Jael Kriener.
The “ADN4SE” project (2012-2016) is coordinated by the Sherpa Engineering company and funded by the Briques Génériques du Logiciel Embarqué programme of Fonds national pour la Société Numérique. The aim of this project is to develop a process and a set of tools to support the rapid development of embedded software with strong safety constraints. Gallium is involved in this project to provide tools and help for the formal verification in TLA+ of some important aspects of the PharOS real-time kernel, on which the whole project is based.
Participants : Thomas Braibant, Maxime Dénès, Xavier Leroy.
The “CEEC” project (2011-2014) is coordinated by the Prove & Run company and also involves Esterel Technologies and Trusted Labs. It is funded by the Briques Génériques du Logiciel Embarqué programme of Fonds national pour la Société Numérique. The CEEC project develops an environment for the development and certification of high-security software, centered on a new domain-specific language designed by Prove & Run. Our involvement in this project focuses on the formal verification of a C code generator for this domain-specific language, and its interface with the CompCert C verified compiler.
Participants : Michael Laporte, Fabrice Le Fessant.
The “Richelieu” project (2012-2014) is funded by the Fonds unique interministériel (FUI). It involves Scilab Enterprises, U. Pierre et Marie Curie, Dassault Aviation, ArcelorMittal, CNES, Silkan, OCamlPro, and Inria. The objective of the project is to improve the performance of scientific programming languages such as Scilab's through the use of VMKit and LLVM.