Ralf Jung

I am a PhD student at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) and Saarland University under the supervision of Derek Dreyer, head of the Foundations of Programming group.

Previously, I did my Bachelor's thesis in computer science at the Compiler Design chair of the university (also see below).

I am currently working on giving a formal model to Rust's type system. This work is part of the RustBelt project.
The Rust work builds on my previous work on a logic to support modular reasoning about higher-order concurrent imperative programs. The focus there was on providing simple building blocks that are powerful enough to recover more sophisticated reasoning techniques that were often axiomatized in previous logics.
For some more information, check out my research blog.

In my free time, I like to run internet services myself and work on free software. This goes hand-in-hand with my pursuit of defending our privacy rights and our freedom in the digital world. See my personal website for more information.