Research

Fundamental research topics include software model checking, test case generation, static analysis, protocol verification, and formal methods for distributed and concurrent systems. Industrial research is focusing on low level software, and embedded systems in the avionics and automotive sector.

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Teaching

We are offering courses in Formal Methods, Model Checking, Computer-Aided Verification, Abstract Interpretation, and Decision Procedures. We are always looking for enthusiastic young people who are interested in a research project or thesis in the Bachelor, Master, and PhD programs.

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Talks (details)

VCLA
Michael Huth, Janos Makowsky
Logic in Computer Science: A Teaching Perspective
Fri, Oct 06 at 12:00
TU Wien, Kontaktraum, Gußhausstraße 25 – 27, 6. Floor
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RiSE seminar
Dana Drachsler-Cohen
TBA
Wed, Oct 04 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
Veselin Raychev
TBA
Tue, Sep 26 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
Miriam García
TBA
Wed, Sep 13 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
Johannes Kloos
TBA
Wed, Sep 06 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
Jean-Pierre Talpin
Model Checking the Flooding Time Synchronization Protocol
Fri, Jun 30 at 13:00
TU Wien
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RiSE seminar
Wojciech Czerwiński
Regular separability of one-counters
Mon, Jun 26 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
František Blahoudek
Advances in omega-automata for formal methods
Wed, Jun 21 at 17:00
IST Austria
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RiSE seminar
Zvonimir Rakamaric
SMACK Software Verification Toolchain
Wed, Jun 07 at 17:00
TU Wien
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RiSE seminar
Andrei Voronkov
First-Order Interpolation and Interpolating Proofs Systems
Wed, May 31 at 17:00
TU Wien
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VCLA
Odile Papini
Prioritized Assertional-Based Removed Sets Revision of DL-Lite Belief Bases
Wed, May 31 at 14:10
Seminar Room Goedel, Favoritenstrasse 9-11
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RiSE seminar
Karel Horák
Value iteration in stochastic games of imperfect information
Tue, May 23 at 17:00
IST Austria
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VCLA
Vladislav Ryzhikov and Michael Zakharyaschev
Horn fragments of temporal logics and ontology-based access to temporal data
Wed, Mar 22 at 11:10
Seminarroom Zemanek, , Favoritenstrasse 9-11
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VCLA
Danny Hermelin
Fractals for Kernelization Lower Bounds
Mon, Mar 06 at 11:30
Seminarraum von Neumann, Favoritenstrasse 11
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VCLA
Ondřej Kunčar
CoCon: A Non-Leaking Conference System
Thu, Feb 23 at 16:00
Seminarroom Menger, Favoritenstr. 9--11, 3rd floor
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VCLA
Filippo Bonchi
Full Abstraction for Signal Flow Graphs
Tue, Feb 21 at 17:30
Seminarraum Zemanek, Favoritenstraße 9-11, TU Wien
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VCLA
Rupak Majumdar
[Software Testing] Hitting families of schedules
Tue, Dec 06 at 17:30
Seminarraum Argentinierstraße, Argentinierstraße 8, 1040 Vienna
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VCLA
Victor Dalmau
Approximation of MIN CSP
Mon, Nov 07 at 11:00
Seminar room Gödel, Favoritenstraße 9-11, 1040 Vienna (access through courtyard)
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VCLA
Johannes Kinder
High System-Code Security with Low Overhead
Thu, Oct 27 at 16:00
Seminarraum Argentinierstraße, Argentinierstraße 8, 1040 Vienna
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VCLA
Tomáš Vojnar
Abstraction Refinement and Antichains for Trace Inclusion of Infinite State Systems
Mon, Oct 24 at 17:00
Seminar room Zemanek, Favoritenstraße 9-11, 1040 Vienna
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