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Matthew Hague


I am responsible for the PDSolver tool.

I am interested in Games, Automata and Logics and their applications in verification and synthesis. I completed my thesis in 2009 on Saturation Methods for Global Model-Checking Pushdown Systems. This contains results for reachability/model-checking over higher-order pushdown systems and parity games for order-1 pushdown systems.

I am currently continuing theoretical and practical research into pushdown systems, implementations of model checking tools, and various other aspects of infinite state systems.

As an undergraduate my key interests were logics, and my final year project was an implementation of a decision procedure for the Static Ambient Logic and a related translation between Separation Logic and First Order Logic. My project supervisor was Prof. Philippa Gardner.


I completed my DPhil studying formal software verification under the supervison of Prof. Luke Ong and was a student a St. John's College.  I am currently employed as a research assistant.

As an undergraduate I studied an MEng in Computing at Imperial College London.

I helped with the organisation of CSL 2005 and BCTCS 2007.

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