I received my PhD at the Radboud University in Nijmegen at the Software Science department. Under supervision of Frits Vaandrager, Bas Terwijn, and Alexandra Silva I worked on nominal automata and black box testing in the context of active automata learning.
My research interests include formal verification, PAC learning, coalgebraic methods, functional programming, black-box testing theory, and category theory.
27 September 2021 I am part of the ICGI steering committee.
1 May 2021 I started at the Open University as assistant professor.
27 April 2021 Our paper on weighted register automata has been selected as a distinguished paper at LICS.
14 April 2021 I gave a talk on weighted register automata at OWLS.
Recent Papers (full list)
- Journal Paper TCS Fast Computations on Ordered Nominal Sets (extended version) —
- Journal Paper LMCS Residuality and Learning for Nondeterministic Nominal Automata —
- Conference Paper VMCAI 2022 Gradient-Descent for Randomized Controllers under Partial Observability —
- Conference Paper LICS 2021 Orbit-Finite-Dimensional Vector Spaces and Weighted Register Automata —
PhD Computer science 2015-2019. My thesis “Nominal Techniques and Black Box Testing for Automata Learning” was supervised by Frits Vaandrager, Alexandra Silva and Bas Terwijn.
Master Mathematics (algebra and topology) 2013-2015, Radboud University. My MSc thesis on Rational Homotopy Theory was supervised by Ieke Moerdijk.
Bachelor Mathematics 2009-2013, Radboud University. My BSc thesis on The Dold Kan Correspondence was supervised by Moritz Groth.
Bachelor Computer Science 2009-2013, Radboud University.
During my studies, I was employed at the software company Rodo, creating iOS apps. I was also self-employed, see my iOS apps.
- Joshua Moerman
- Open Universiteit
- Faculteit Bètawetenschappen (Informatica)
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