Visible to the public Hardware/Software Coassurance using Algorithmic C and ACL2

Dr. David S. Hardin has made contributions in the areas of formal methods, computer architecture for High Assurance systems, as well as real-time and embedded Java. He is a Principal Research Engineer in the Advanced Technology Center at Rockwell Collins, and currently serves as a co-Principal Investigator for the DARPA CASE (Cyber Assured Systems Engineering) program. He is the editor of the book Design and Verification of Microprocessor Systems for High-Assurance Applications (Springer 2010), and a co-author of The Real-Time Specification for Java, as well as the Java 2 Micro Edition Connected Device Configuration/Foundation Profile standards. He is author or co-author of more than 60 peer-reviewed publications, and is a co-inventor on 12 U.S. patents. In 1999, Dr. Hardin co-founded aJile Systems, a startup company focused on real-time and embedded Java technology, and served as aJile's Chief Technical Officer from 1999 to 2003. Dr. Hardin was selected as a Rockwell Engineer of the Year for 1997 for his contributions to the development of the world's first Java microprocessor. His academic career includes BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Kentucky, and a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Kansas State University, in 1989. Dr. Hardin is a proud native of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and is a Kentucky Colonel.

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Hardware/Software Coassurance using Algorithmic C and ACL2
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