Christian Hammer - Purdue University
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About the SpeakerChristian Hammer is a post-doctoral researcher at Purdue University working in the Secure Software Systems lab with Prof. Jan Vitek. His research interests include static and dynamic program analyses, in particular security, program slicing, information flow, concurrency, and programming languages. He received the Doctor of Engineering (Dr.-Ing.) from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany in 2009, and a Diplom (equiv. M.Sc.) in Computer Science from University of Passau, Germany. As a graduate student, he spent two semester breaks at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center in Hawthorn, NY.
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