Supratik Chakraborty

Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
IIT Bombay, Powai
Mumbai 400076

          Tel: (+91 22) 25764787  /  25767721
Fax: (+91 22) 25720290


B. Tech. I.I.T., Kharagpur
M.S. and Ph.D. Stanford University


My current research interests include: I'm also affiliated to the Centre for Formal Design and Verification of Software at IIT Bombay.


Recent Invited Talks/Tutorials

Recent conference committee memberships

2015 POPL (Ext Review Committee), ASYNC
2014 ASYNC , ATVA , VLSI Design , FSTTCS
2013 ATVA
2012 CAV , ATVA (PC Co-chair), ICTAC
2011 ASYNC , FSTTCS (PC Co-Chair), SPIN , VLSI Design (Verification Track Chair)
2010 ASYNC , VLSI Design

Ph.D. student theses

1   Joycee Mekie
(co-supervised with Dinesh K. Sharma )
Interfacing Solutions for Globally Asynchronous Locally Synchronous (GALS) Systems (graduated, 2009)
2 Bhargav Gulavani On Improving the Precision of Static Program Analysis (graduated, 2010)
3 Hrishikesh Karmarkar Improved Constructions for Complementation, Disambiguation and Determinization of ω-automata (graduated, 2011)
4 Seetha Jayasankar Reachability Analysis of Large Sequential Circuits (on leave)
5 Abhisekh Sankaran
(co-supervised with Bharat Adsul )
A Generalization of the Łoś-Tarski Preservation Theorem (graduated, 2016)
6 Ajith K. John Scalable Quantifier Elimination Techniques for Formal Verification (graduated, 2017)
7 Sukanya Basu
(co-supervising with Akshay S.)
Formal Methods for Analysis of Biological Systems (ongoing)
8 Kuldeep Singh Meel
(co-supervising with Moshe Y. Vardi, Rice University)
Studies in hashing based randomized techniques for combinatorial problems (ongoing)
7 Divyesh Unadkat
(co-supervising with Ashutosh Gupta, TIFR Mumbai)
Techniques in software verification (ongoing)

Last but not the least, alumni and their contributions to our research efforts.


Undergraduate courses: CS101 (Computer Programming and Utilization), CS331 (Theory of Computation), CS208 (Automata Theory and Logic -- well, we hardly had time to cover logic), CS206 (Formal Methods in Computer Science), CS226+CS254 (Digital Logic Design -- theory + lab)

Graduate courses: CS628 (Introduction to Asynchronous Systems), CS719 (Topics in Mathematical Foundations of Formal Verification), CS615 (Formal Specification and Verification of Programs), CS402 (Selected Case Studies of Computer Systems: Formal Verification of Programs -- really, a variant of CS615)

Links to some course home pages:
Ongoing and recent past:
Spring 2017    Digital Logic Design (CS226) + Digital Logic Design Lab (CS254)
Autumn 2016    Formal Specification and Verification of Programs (CS615)
Autumn 2014    Computer Programming and Utilization (CS101)
Historically speaking:
Autumn 2013    Topics in Mathematical Foundations of Formal Verification (CS719)
Spring 2012    Automata Theory and Logic (CS208)
Spring 2008    Formal Methods in Computer Science (CS206)
Autumn 2003    Theory of Computation (CS331)
Spring 2004     Introduction to Asynchronous Systems (CS628)

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