Anastasios Andronidis holds an MRes with Distinction in Advanced Computing from Imperial College. His industry experience includes organizations like CERN, Box.com, Google’s Summer of Code (Apache Hama and Kubernetes), Microsoft Research, and Facebook.
Currently, he is pursuing his PhD in software reliability and testing, funded by the HiPEDS program. His research interests include operating systems, schedulers, binary rewriting, and fuzzing.
For more information you can find his complete CV here.
Mvedsua: Higher Availability Dynamic Software Updates via Multi-Version Execution
2019 Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS 19)
FreeDA: Deploying Incompatible Stock Dynamic Analyses in Production via Multi-Version Execution
ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers (CF 2018)
A DSL Approach to Reconcile Equivalent Divergent Program Executions
2017 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (USENIX ATC 2017)