FutureSoot: Making Soot ready for the future analyses of complex software
The Soot Framework celebrates is 20th anniversary this year. It was originally developed by Laurie Hendren’s SABLE Research Group at McGill University and has since then seen contributions from numerous people around the world. It started off as as a Java optimization framework. By now, researchers and practitioners from around the world use Soot to analyze, instrument, optimize and visualize Java and Android applications. It is currently maintained by Eric Bodden’s research group at Paderborn University in Germany.
Last year the German Research Foundation (DFG) has provided us with a grant to completely overhaul Soot and to make it ready for the next 20 years of static program analysis. In this talk, we will present you our ideas and the current state of the project and invite you to contribute your ideas and requests for a future version of Soot which is reliable and flexible enough to further enable research in the area of static program analysis.
Sat 22 JunDisplayed time zone: Tijuana, Baja California change
16:00 - 17:40
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|FutureSoot: Making Soot ready for the future analyses of complex software|
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