440 Huntington Avenue
346 West Village H
Boston, MA 02115
ATTN: Panagiotis Manolios, 202 WVH
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
- Computer-aided modeling, verification, analysis and synthesis of systems
- Formal Methods
- Distributed Computing
- Programming Languages
- Software Engineering
- PhD in Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin
- BS in Computer Science, Brooklyn College
Pete Manolios is a Professor in the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University.
Professor Manolios leads the computer-aided reasoning group. What guides his research is the vision that formal methods can be used to revolutionize the design, analysis and implementation of highly reliable, robust, and scalable systems in a variety of important application areas, including large component-based software systems, hardware systems, aerospace systems and big data analytics. His group has been funded by DARPA, NASA, NSF, Boeing, BAE, AFRL, IBM, and SRC. His group has developed several publicly available tools, including ACL2s, BAT, CoBaSA/Inez, 3SPIN, 3Murphi, and the Bloom Filter Calculator. Professor Manolios is also an active consultant in the area of safety critical systems and DO-178C certification.
Professor Manolios’ leadership positions in computer science and his research field of formal methods include serving as an Associate Editor of ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES), as a program and general co-chair for FMCAD, as a co-chair for ACL2, as a member of the steering committees for FMCAD and ACL2, and as a member of the IFIP working group 1.9/2.15 on Verified Software.