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Ruzica Piskac

Ruzica Piskac is an associate professor of computer science at Yale University. Her research interests span the areas of programming languages, software verification, automated reasoning, and code synthesis. A common thread in Ruzica’s research is improving software reliability and trustworthiness using formal techniques.

Ruzica joined Yale in 2013 as an assistant professor, and prior to that, she was an independent research group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany.

In July 2019, she was named the Donna L. Dubinsky Associate Professor of Computer Science, one of the highest recognition that an untenured faculty member at Yale can receive. Ruzica has received various recognitions for research and teaching, including the Patrick Denantes Prize for her PhD thesis, a CACM Research Highlight paper, an NSF CAREER award, a CCS Distinguished Paper award, the Facebook Communications and Networking award, the Microsoft Research Award for the Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF), the Amazon Research Award, and the 2019 Ackerman Award for Teaching and Mentoring.


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