Dr. David Naumann
|School: Schaefer School of Engineering & Science|
|Department: Computer Science|
|Program: Computer Science|
|Research Center: Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance|
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1992
B.A., Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1982
Formal methods and security, including: fine-grained confidentiality/integrity policies; automated analysis/transformation of programs combined with access control to enforce such policies; use of program verification technology for security; methodology for formal specification of system components and refactoring of implementations.
Programmer-designer, IBM, 1982-85
Consultant-programmer, Renaissance Systems, 1985-86
Associate Scientist, International Software Systems, 1986-91
Assistant Professor, Southwestern University, 1991-97.
Visiting Researcher, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Fall 2010.
Research Professor, IMDEA Software Institute, Madrid, Spring 2011.
Co-chair of 2009 ACM Workshop on Programming Languages and Analysis for Security.
Verified Software Initiative: chair of Theory Panel, co-chair of 2008 VSTTE workshop, co-chair of 2010 VSTTE workshop.
Member of the Technical Committees for numerous IEEE and ACM research conferences and workshops.
Honors & Awards
Best Software Sciences paper, ETAPS 2005.
Davis Memorial Award for Research Excellence, 2006.
Best student paper (coauthor), OOPSLA 2007.
Distinguished paper, ECOOP 2008.
Invited keynote speaker, ETAPS 2010.
Professor of Computer Science since 2008
Associate Professor of Computer Science 2002-08
Assistant Professor of Computer Science 1997-2002
Grants, Contracts & Funds
NSF award INT-9813854: Towards a Practical Calculus of Object-Oriented Programming.
NSF award CCR-0208984: Integrating Confinement and Access Control for Encapsulation.
NSF award CCF-0429894: Formal Methods for Behavioral Subclassing and Callbacks.
NSF award CNS-0627338: Access Control and Downgrading in Information Flow Assurance.
NSF award CNS-0708330: A JML Community Infrastructure --Revitalizing Tools and Documentation to Aid Formal Methods Research.
NSF award DUE-083084: Scholarship for Service Cybersecurity Scholars Program (co-PI).
NSF award CCF-0915611: Specification Language Foundations for Modular Reasoning Methodologies.
DHS Science and Technology (subcontract): Tunable Information Flow.
NSF award CNS-1228930: Flexible and Practical Information Flow Assurance for Mobile Apps.
- David Naumann, Augusto Sampaio, and Leila Silva. "Refactoring and Representation Independence for Class Hierarchies", Theoretical Computer Science, Forthcoming, 2012.
- Stan Rosenberg, Anindya Banerjee, David A Naumann. (Jan 2012). "Decision Procedures for Region Logic", 13th International Conference on Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation (VMCAI). Springer. pages 379-395, vol 7148 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 7148 379-395.
- François Dupressoir, Andrew D. Gordon, Jan Jurjens, and David A.Naumann. (2011). "Guiding a General-Purpose C Verifier to Prove Cryptographic Protocols", In Proceedings, IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium.
- David A Naumann and Anindya Banerjee. (Mar 2010). "Dynamic Boundaries: Information Hiding by Second Order Framing with First Order Assertions", European Symposium on Programming . Andrew Gordon, Springer LNCS. 6012 2-22.
- Anindya Banerje and Mike Barnett and David Naumann. (Oct 2008). "Boogie Meets Regions: a Verification Experience Report", Verified Software: Theories, Tools, Experiments (VSTTE). 177-191.
- Anindya Banerjee and David Naumann and Stan Rosenberg. (Jul 2008). "Regional Logic for Local Reasoning about Global Invariants", European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP). 387-411.
- Anindya Banerjee and David Naumann and Stan Rosenberg. (May 2008). "Expressive Declassification Policies and Modular Static Enforcement", IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy. IEEE Press. 339-353.
- Andrey Chudnov and David A Naumann. (Jun 2010). "Information Flow Monitor Inlining", Computer Security Foundations Symposium. IEEE Press.
CS 115 Introduction to Computer Science
CS 182 Introduction to Computer Science Honors II
CS 496 Principles of Programming Languages
CS 510 Principles of Programming Languages
CS 643 Formal Verification of Software
CS 135 Discrete Structures