Rodrigo Castaño


I am a Computer Science PhD student at Universidad de Buenos Aires since 2014 with a CONICET scholarship.

My PhD topic is centered around improving software model checkers when they produce inconclusive results, that is, when they cannot find a bug but have not finished exploring the whole state space.

Besides my academic work, I have gained valuable industry experience through several internships, both in leading companies, like Google, Facebook and Microsoft and at outstanding research institutes, like INRIA Nancy.

Aside from that, I enjoy classical music and play the violin on a regular basis. I used to play tennis fairly well and I still play every once in a while. I am also a very impatient, and not quite good, fly fisherman, but the landscapes of Patagonia can soothe the beasts.

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