Dominic Steinhöfel

I am a computer scientist and postdoctoral researcher at Technische Uni­ver­sität Darm­stadt. My research interests focus on formal methods and logics in general, and on program verification-related aspects in particular. More recently, I have been looking into modeling and automatically proving conditional correctness of program transformations using Abstract Execution, my verification framework for schematic programs. See here for my current list of publications.

News

  • PhD Thesis Published - My PhD thesis “Abstract Execution: Automatically Proving Infinitely Many Programs” has been published and is available for download (open access).
  • Extract Inkscape Layers to PDF files for LaTeX Beamer Presentations - I like doing fancy presentations with little text (but in the titles, I heard that’s called “power titles” occasionally) but with a lot of graphics and animations. As a computer scientist who uses a lot of math stuff in his work, I of course use LaTeX even for creating presentations for its math features, although, […]
  • Easier Typesetting of Proof Trees - A Frontend to the LaTeX Bussproofs package with accompanying VIM Plugin Recently I wanted to typeset a quite large proof tree in LaTeX using the Bussproofs package. As usual, I didn’t do this by hand editing text files, but by using the convenient LyXproofs library for doing this in a what-you-see-is-what-you-mean manner within LyX. Still, […]