Anastasios Antoniadis

PhD Student @ University of Athens

About Me

My name is Anastasios Antoniadis. I am a PhD student at the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications at University of Athens. I started my PhD on October 2016 under the supervision of professor Yannis Smaragdakis and I am a member of the programming languages and software technologies research group of the department—PLaST.

My main research area is static points-to analysis of Java programs. In particular, my focus is on large-scale Java applications, such as Java EE applications and static analysis scalability under highly precise context-sensitivity.

In the past I worked as a research assistant at Oracle Labs Australia in 2019 for 5 months. I was also an intern at CERN for a year in 2012-2013.

Publications

  • Static Analysis of Java Enterprise Applications: Frameworks and Caches, The Elephants in the Room — PLDI 2020
  • Porting Doop to SoufflĂ©: a tale of inter-engine portability for Datalog-based analyses — SOAP 2017

My Projects

GitHub repositories that I've built.

IRIS Reasoner - Program Analysis Sample
Java 4 1
SE 2011 project -- YouCompare