I am Joshua Moerman, a computer scientist. Currently, I am a post doctoral researcher at the RWTH Aachen in the MOVES group. I am working on probabilistic programs as a member of the FRAPPANT project.
Formerly, I was a PhD student at the Radboud University in Nijmegen at the Software Science department. Under supervision of Frits Vaandrager, Bas Terwijn, and Alexandra Silva I worked on nominal automata and black box testing in the context of active automata learning.
My research interests also include formal verification, PAC learning, coalgebraic methods, functional programming, black-box testing theory, and category theory.
Recent Papers (full list)
- Conference Paper CONCUR 2020 Residual Nominal Automata —
- arXiv Generating Functions for Probabilistic Programs —
- Conference Paper CSL 2020 Separation and Renaming in Nominal Sets —
- Journal Paper JLAMP A (co)algebraic theory of succinct automata —
Please also see the list of talks I gave. I gave an introductionary talk on automata learning for some friends of mine, it can be found on Youtube. Some little results may be found on my research blog.
- Lehrstuhl für Informatik 2
- RWTH Aachen University
- Erweiterungsbau 1, 2nd Floor, Room 4210
- Ahornstraße 55
- 52074 Aachen
Telephone number (work)
- +49 241 80 21203
PhD Computer science 2015-2019, more info about my thesis.
Master Mathematics (algebra and topology) 2013 - 2015, Radboud University. My master thesis was on Rational Homotopy Theory, supervised by Ieke Moerdijk.
Bachelor Computer Science 2009-2013, Radboud University.
Bachelor Mathematics 2009-2013, Radboud University.
During my studies, I was employed at the software company Rodo, creating iOS apps. I was also self-employed, see my iOS apps.