Ana Nora (Sovarel) Evans
I am PhD student under the guidance of Professors Wes Weimer and Baishakhi Ray.
My research combines formal methods and software engineering techniques.
I have a MS in Mathematics (2014) and Master of Computer Science (2006), both from UVa.
Abstraction-based Temporal Data Retrieval for a Clinical Data Repository
Andrew Post, Ana Nora Sovarel, James Harrison In Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Symposium. Chicago, IL, November 10-14 2007.
Where's the FEEB?: The Effectiveness of Instruction Set Randomization [pdf] [html] [157 cites]
Ana Nora Sovarel, David Evans, Nathanael Paul. 14th Usenix Security Symposium, Baltimore, MD, August 1–5, 2005
A Framework for Building Highly Available Services based on Message Communication through Channels
Cezar Totth, Nora Sovarel, Bogdan Sumanariu. 14th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, 2003, Bucharest, Romania
Paper presentation: Inferring Annotations For Device Drivers From Verification Histories. Notes: [pdf]. Software Engineering Research Group Talk, Charlottesville, VA, Feb 6, 2017
Introduction to Separation Logic[pdf]. Research Group Talk, Charlottesville, VA, Oct 6, 2016
Topologically Trivial Legendrian Knots [ppt] [pdf]
MATH 8720 Symplectic and Contact Topology, Charlottesville, VA, April 28, 2011
Abtsract Weights [pdf]
MATH 8710 Lie Algebras, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, Nov 17, 2010
An Untangled Introduction to Knot Theory [pptx]
Math Club Talk, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, Feb 12, 2010
Identification and Protection of Security Critical Data [ppt]
Masters Project Presentation, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA, June 6, 2006.
The Effectiveness of Instruction Set Randomization [ppt]
14th Usenix Security Symposium, Baltimore, MD, August 1-5, 2005
The Effectiveness of Instruction Set Randomization [ppt] [pdf]
IEEE Security and Privacy Symposium, Work in Progress, 9 May 2005
Automatic Identification and Protection of Security-Critical Data
Sep 2011 - AMS Fall Southeastern Section Meeting
Jan 2010 - Introductory Workshop: Homology Theories of Knots and Links
Nov 2009 - First National Forum of Young Topologists
May 2009 - Georgia International Topology Conference
Apr 2009 - Graduate Student Topology & Geometry Conference 2009
Oct 2008 - Promoting Diversity at the Graduate Level in Mathematics: a National Forum
May 2008 - Program for Women and Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study. Here are some pictures: IAS, math party.
Nov 2006 - AMIA 2006
Aug 2005 - 14th Usenix Security Symposium
May 2005 - 2005 IEEE Security and Privacy Symposium
Instructor - MATH 1140 Financial Mathematics; Fall 2011
Teaching Assistant - MATH 7752 Algebra II, University of Virginia; Spring 2011
Grader - MATH 5651 Advanced Linear Algebra, University of Virginia; Fall 2010
Teaching Assistant - CS101 Intro to Computer Science, University of Virginia; Fall 04, Spring 05
Teaching Assistant - Algorithm Analysis, Politehnica University of Bucharest; Fall 03
Teaching Assistant - Distributed Programming, Politehnica University of Bucharest; Fall 02
Teaching Assistant - Operating Systems Design, Politehnica University of Bucharest; Spring 02
Teaching Assistant - Object Oriented Programming, Politehnica University of Bucharest; Spring 02, 03, 04
Volunteer family mentor with International Rescue Committee
Volunteer tutor at Johnson Elementary School; Jan 2010 - May 2010
Volunteer tutor at Charlottesville High School; Sept 2007 - June 2008
Founder and Organizer of Security Reading Group at UVa; Jan 2006 - May 2006
Mentoring Committee Chair of ACM-W chapter at the University of Virginia ; Sep 2006 - May 2006
I am Romanian. Before moving to Virginia, I lived in Bucharest, Romania.
In Summer 2010 I went to World Cup 2010 in South Africa.(Pictures)
My daughter, Dorina Michelle Evans, was born on June 29, 2012.
On July 4th 2013, I became a US citizen. (Pictures)
My son, Maxwell Nicholas Evans, was born on March 18, 2015.
My husband, David Evans wrote two books: Introduction to Computing: Explorations in Language, Logic, and Machines and Dori-Mic and the Universal Machine!.