New paper on GoLiSA applied to the static analysis of blockchain application published at SOAP 2022!

The paper “Ensuring Determinism in Blockchain Software with GoLiSA: An Industrial Experience Report” has been presented and published at SOAP 2022! Click here for the full version of the paper.

New paper on static analysis of machine learning model accepted by the Journal of Computer Security!

Our recent work on “Certifying Machine Learning Models Against Evasion Attacks by Program Analysis” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Computer Security. Here a preprint of the pape

New paper published in Journal “Expert Systems with Applications”

The paper “Empirical analysis of the impact of queries on watermarked relational databases” by Martina Olliaro, Maikel Lázaro Pérez Gort and Agostino Cortesi has just been published in the Expert Systems with Applications Journal.  It is available here:

New paper published in Sensors Journal

Just published in the Sensors Journal the paper “A Wearable System for Jump Detection in Inline Figure Skating” by Antonio Panfili, Alvise Spanò and Agostino Cortesi. Available here:

Chapter published in “Security in IoT”

The article “Robustness Analysis of PLC Programs With Respect to Sensor Interaction in IoT”, by Manali Chakraborty, Agostino Cortesi, Pietro Ferrara and Sara Ferro, has just been published as a chapter of the book “Security in IoT”, published by Taylor&Francis. Available here:

New paper published in “Information and Computation”

Just published in the Information and Computation Journal the paper “Completeness of String Analysis for Dynamic Languages” by Vincenzo Arceri, Martina Olliaro, Agostino Cortesi, and Isabella Mastroeni. Available here:

New paper published in Elsevier’s “Ad Hoc Networks”

We are pleased to announce that the paper “Geographic Location based Secure, Dynamic and Opportunistic RPL for Distributed Networks” by Manali Chackraborty, Alvise Spanò and Agostino Cortesi has been published in the Elsevier journal “Had Hoc Networks”, in vol. 123.

Paper appearing in the 14th International Symposium on Foundations & Practice of Security

The paper “A Quantile-based Watermarking Approach for Distortion Minimization” by Maikel Lázaro Pérez Gort, Martina Olliaro, and Agostino Cortesi, has been accepted for publication by the 14th International Symposium on Foundations & Practice of Security.

New paper published in Springer’s “SN Computer Science”

The article “A Patient-Centric Nurse Scheduling Algorithm” by Paramita Sarkar, Rituparna Chaki and Agostino Cortesi appeared today in the Springer journal SN Computer Science, vol. 3(1).

IEEE Requirement Engineering Conference 2021

“CARO: a Conflict Aware Requirement Ordering Tool for DevOps” was presented today at the 29th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’21). The paper is available here: