Chih-Hong Cheng 鄭志弘

Contact:

Email: my_family_name(dot)chihhong(at)gmail(dot)com

Short bio:

Currently, Chih-Hong Cheng is technical manager at DENSO, conducting research in safety technologies for autonomous driving. He also serves as an adjunct faculty (unpaid/voluntary) at Academia Sinica, the most prestigious academic research institute in Taiwan.

Previously, Chih-Hong was a permanent researcher at fortiss - Research Institute of the Free State of Bavaria, where he developed the research topic of dependable AI for autonomous systems. Prior to his tenure at fortiss, he was a scientist in ABB Corporate Research Germany and worked on projects related to intelligent production systems (Industry 4.0), cloud-related technologies for industrial automation (PaaS, IaaS), and the analysis of complex industrial software systems. Chih-Hong received his doctoral degree with distinction in CS from Technical University of Munich.

Papers (DBLP):

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  • Towards robust direct perception networks for automated driving (pdf)
  • Towards safety verification of direct perception neural networks [DATE'20 (pdf)]
  • nn-dependability-kit: Engineering neural networks for safety-critical autonomous driving systems [ICCAD'19 (pdf)]
  • Runtime monitoring neuron activation patterns [DATE'19 (pdf)]
  • Towards dependability metrics for neural networks [MEMOCODE'18 (pdf)]
  • Quantitative projection coverage for testing ML-enabled autonomous systems [ATVA'18 (pdf)]
  • Verification of binarized neural networks via inter-neuron factoring [VSTTE'18 (pdf)]
  • Neural networks for safety-critical applications - challenges, experiments and perspectives [DATE'18 (pdf)]
  • Maximum resilience of artificial neural networks [ATVA'17 (pdf) (video)]
  • autoCode4: Structural controller synthesis [TACAS'17 (pdf)]
  • Structural synthesis for GXW specifications [CAV'16 (pdf) (video)]
  • Compositional parameter synthesis [FM'16]
  • Semantic degrees for Industrie 4.0 engineering [ESEC/FSE'15 (pdf)]
  • Formal consistency checking over specifications in natural languages [DATE'15 (pdf) (slides)]
  • G4LTL-ST: Automatic generation of PLC programs [CAV'14 (pdf)(video)]
  • JBernstein: A validity checker for generalized polynomial constraints [CAV'13 (pdf)]
  • MGSyn: Automatic synthesis for industrial automation [CAV'12 (pdf) (video1, video2) ]
  • Algorithms for synthesizing priorities in component based systems [ATVA'11 (pdf)]

Talks (slides available for download):

Informal tech writings (in traditional Chinese only):