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AdaCore is working on tools to provide the System to Software Integrity (SSI) in the software development process. The aim is to provide a consistent process for refining software specifications from high-level system descriptions to detailed low-level requirements with formal proofs of property preservation. In the context of this work we are experimenting with various methods for formal verification of Simulink models.
The goals of this internship are to:
Compose simulink models demonstrating typical modelling patterns and contracts, expressed by pre- and postconditions, specifying the model behaviour;
Identify successful and unsuccessful modelling and code generation patterns from the provability viewpoint
Suggests ways for reorganization of the code so that proof is possible or easier.
The work includes:
Familiarizing yourself with the SPARK language and QGen code generator.
Literature reviews and comparisons of existing tools from related work on program and model verification.
Developing models for simple algorithms and formal proofs to demonstrate their correctness.
Good programming skills (C, C++, Java, Python or Ada)
Familiarity with formal verification of programs/models.
Familiarity with signals and systems and, optionally, control theory
Timeframe, location and contacts:
4-6 months - AdaCore R&D department, Tallinn or Paris office