My name is Zvonimir Pavlinovic and I am a second year PhD student at NYU Computer Science Department, advised by Thomas Wies. I am generally interested in the theory of programming languages, currently focusing on automatic localization and repair of type errors.

Before joining NYU, I obtained my bachelor's and master's degree in computer science at University of Zagreb, after which I spent two years as a research intern at UC Berkeley working with Dawn Song's security team.

Here is my CV.

I can be reached on name dot surname at gmail dot com or via linkedin.

News

Been awarded Jacob T. Schwartz fellowship award for outstanding performance in Ph.D. program at NYU!

Publications

Zvonimir Pavlinovic, Tim King, and Thomas Wies: Finding Minimum Type Error Sources, in Proceedings of OOPSLA 2014. [Best Paper Award, paper, slides, slides (pdf), poster, code]
Zvonimir Pavlinovic, Domagoj Babic: Interactive Code Snippet Synthesis Through Repository Mining, UCB EECS 2013. [paper]

Workshops

Zvonimir Pavlinovic, Tim King, and Thomas Wies: Finding Minimum Type Error Sources, ADDCT 2014. [presentation-only, paper, slides]

Student papers

Zvonimir Pavlinovic: General Type Error Diagnostics Using MaxSMT, PLDI SRC 2014. [paper, poster]
Ivan Breskovic, Vedrana Jankovic, Zvonimir Pavlinovic, Zeljko Rumenjak: MultiCore SIP, Ericsson Nikola Tesla student competition 2009. [1st prize, paper]