74 Amazon Research Awards recipients announced


Recipient University Research title Aws Albarghouthi University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching SMT Solvers Probability Theory Nada Amin Harvard University Extensible Models and Proofs Nora Ayanian Brown University Large-Scale Labeled Multi-Agent Pathfinding for Warehouses Clark Barrett Stanford University HydraScale: Solving SMT Queries in the Serverless Cloud Ivan Beschastnikh University of British Columbia Compiling Distributed System Models into Implementations Nicola Bezzo University of Virginia Towards Safe and Agile Robot Navigation in Occluding and Dynamic Environments William Bowman University of British Columbia Static reasoning for memory in compilers and intermediate languages Yinzhi Cao Johns Hopkins University Automatic Static Resource Analysis for Serverless Computing Luca Carlone Massachusetts Institute of Technology Real-time Spatial AI for Robotics Trevor Carlson National University of Singapore Accelerating SAT Solving with a Flexible FPGA-Programming Platform Marsha Chechik University Of Toronto Unsatisfiability Proofs for Monotonic Theories Venanzio Cichella University Of Iowa Concurrent allocation and planning for large-scale multi-robot systems Cas Cremers CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security KeyLife: Automated Formal Analysis for Key Lifecycles in Security Protocols with Policies, Delegation, and Compromise Elizabeth Croft Monash University Help me!: Humans supporting robots through Augmented Reality Jia Deng Princeton University Optimization-Inspired Neural Networks for Visual SLAM Derek Dreyer MPI – SWS RefinedRust: Automating the Verification of Rust Programs in the Presence of Unsafe Code Nima Fazeli University of Michigan Object Manipulation with High-Resolution Tactile Sensors Earlence Fernandes University of Wisconsin-Madison Verifiable Distributed Computation Marcelo Frias Buenos Aires Institute of Technology Modular Bounded Verification with Expressive Contracts Sicun Gao University of California, San Diego Interior Search Methods in SMT Maani Ghaffari-Jadidi University of Michigan Robust low-cost dead reckoning and localization for home robotics using invariant state estimation Roberto Giacobazzi University of Verona Implicit program analysis Ronghui Gu Columbia University Learning Inductive Invariants for Real Distributed Protocols Grace Gu University of California, Berkeley Deep learning-enabled robust grasping for pneumatic actuators Leonidas Guibas Stanford University GeneralPurpose 3D Perception of Object Functionality Arie Gurfinkel University of Waterloo Formal Proofs for Trusted Execution Environments Hamed Haddadi Imperial College London Auditable Model Privacy using TEEs Felix Heide Princeton University Inverse Neural Rendering Ralph Hollis Carnegie Mellon University Low Cost Dynamic Mobile Robots for Research and Teaching Hongxin Hu SUNY, Buffalo Explaining Learning-based Intrusion Detection Systems for Active Intrusion Responses Jean-Baptiste Jeannin University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Automatic Verification of Distributed Systems Implementations Robert Katzschmann ETH Zurich Design and Control Optimization of Soft Gripper Mechanisms for Manipulation Anirudh Sivaraman Kaushalram New York University Observing and controlling microservice deployments Steve Ko Simon Fraser University Practical Symbolic Execution for Rust Sven Koenig University of Southern California Hybrid Search- and Traffic-Based MAPF Systems for Fulfillment Centers George Konidaris Brown University Learning Composable Manipulation Skills Emmanuel Letouzé Pompeu Fabra University Leveraging Digital Data for Monitoring Human Rights and Social Dynamics Along and Around Value Chains Sergey Levine University of California, Berkeley Robotic Learning with Reusable Data Jennifer Lewis Harvard University Computational Co-Design of Dexterous Rigid-Soft Grippers With Intrinsic Tactile-Sensing-Based Control Maja Matarić University of Southern California Learning User Preferences for In-Home Robots Through In Situ Augmented Reality James Noble Victoria University Of Wellington “Programming Made Hard” Made Easier: Improving Dafny’s Human Factors Rohan Padhye Carnegie Mellon University Coverage-Guided Property-Based Testing of Concurrent Programs Jan Peters TU Darmstadt Learning Robot Manipulation from Tactile Feedback Lerrel Pinto New York University Visual Imitation in the Wild through Decoupled Representation Learning Robert Platt Northeastern University On-robot manipulation learning via equivariant models Nancy Pollard Carnegie Mellon Contact Areas for Manipulation Capture, Retargeting, and Hand Design Pavithra Prabhakar Kansas State University Conformance Checking of Evolving ML Software Systems Francesco Ranzato University of Verona Implicit program analysis Sanjay Rao Purdue University Answering counterfactuals from offline data for video streaming Bruno Ribeiro Purdue University Answering counterfactuals from offline data for video streaming Talia Ringer University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Neurosymbolic Proof Synthesis & Repair Alessandro Rizzo Politecnico di Torino Physics-Informed Machine Learning for Trustworthy Control of Autonomous Robots Camilo Rocha Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali Probabilistic and Symbolic Tools for P Program Verification Andrei Sabelfeld Chalmers University of Technology DeepCrawl: Automated Reasoning for Deep Web Crawling Oren Salzman Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Increasing throughput in automated warehouses via environment manipulation Ilya Sergey National University of Singapore Scaling Automated Verification of Distributed Protocols with Specification Transformation and Synthesis Michele Sevegnani University of Glasgow From Whiteboards to Models: Diagrammatic Formal Modelling for Everyone Roland Siegwart ETH Zurich Autonomous Navigation of Aerial Robotic Manipulators in Unstructured Indoor and Outdoor Environments Ramesh Sitaraman University of Massachusetts Amherst Design and Evaluation of ABR Algorithms for High-Performance Video Delivery Fu Song ShanghaiTech University Efficient and Precise Verification for Constant-Time and Time-Balancing of Cryptosystems Zhendong Su ETH Zurich Practical Techniques for Reliable, Robust and Performant SMT Solvers Jiliang Tang Michigan State University Taming Graph Anomaly Detection via Graph Neural Networks Pratap Tokekar University of Maryland, College Park Multi-Robot Coordination through the Lens of Risk Daniel Varro McGill University Graph Solver as a Service Yakir Vizel Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Quantified Invariants David Wagner University of California, Berkeley Machine Learning for Malware Detection: Robustness against Concept Drift James Wang Pennsylvania State University Affective and Social Interaction between Human and Intelligent Machine in Daily Activities Shenlong Wang University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Safely Test Autonomous Vehicles with Augmented Reality Thomas Wies New York University A Modular Library of Verified Concurrent Search Structure Algorithms Anton Wijs Eindhoven University of Technology Many-Core Acceleration of State Space Construction and Analysis Xinyu Xing Northwestern University Battling Noisy-label Classification Meng Xu University Of Waterloo Finding Specification Blind Spots with Fuzz Testing Yuke Zhu University of Texas at Austin Interactive Learning Framework for Building Structured Object Models from Play Andrew Zisserman University of Oxford Audio-Visual Synchronisation for General Videos

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