Three years ago, Henk Mulder got his bachelor. On July 10th, 2019, he got his Master degree at Twente University.
Henk Mulder did his Master Thesis at the Formal Methods and Tools group, on identifying and solving bottlenecks in the VerCors tool, under the supervision of Marieke Huisman. The VerCors toolset can be used to verify memory safety and functional correctness of concurrent and parallel programs. By encoding the problem into an intermediate language the power of existing tools is leveraged to support additional concurrency models. However, for certain programs verification takes significant time. Thanks to the work of Henk Mulder, we now know why, and more importantly, what we can do about it.
Henk Mulder got a 9 for his Master project, and graduated Cum laude. Our congratulations go out to Henk Mulder, on this great accomplishment!