Armaël Guéneau


portrait I am a permanent researcher in the Toccata team at Inria Saclay.
I was previously a post-doc at Aarhus University, working with Lars Birkedal in 2020-2021.
Before that, I completed my PhD in the Gallium team at Inria from 2016 to 2019, working with Arthur Charguéraud and François Pottier.
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Research interests

My interests include formal proofs of programs and functional programming. I enjoy figuring out why complex code actually works and formalizing why it does indeed so; but I also like the process of building better abstractions to manage software complexity.

Current projects:

Other cool topics I have worked on in the past:

Tools and techniques

Most of my work involves a proof assistant (typically Coq), and a statically typed programming language such as OCaml. I am most used to program logics as a way to reason about programs; Separation Logic is my bread and butter. In particular, these days I am a user of the Iris Leparation Logic framework.

I am generally curious about language implementation techniques, compilers, and the use of OCaml as a systems' programming language. I also have a sweet spot for automated decision procedures, in particular as a well-behaved helping hand for interactive mechanized proofs.

Check out my publications and software.

How to pronounce my name

Arm-a-el Gue[as in guest]-no

In IPA: /aʁmaɛl geno/