We welcome Laura Kovács, who joined the FORSYTE group as a full professor of computer science in April 2016. Laura also holds a part-time associate professorship at the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Her research deals with the design and development of new theories, technologies, and tools for program analysis, with a particular focus on […]Continue reading
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.
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.
The Spring School on Logic and Verification (LOVE 2016) is going to take place in Vienna from April 15 to 17 – early registration ends on March 25. Details are available on our webpage.Continue reading
It is with the deepest sadness that we announce Helmut Veith’s passing on March 12, 2016. Helmut was a brilliant researcher, an inspiring collaborator, a stimulating teacher, a generous friend, and a wonderful father and husband. He leaves a void that will be impossible to fill. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.Continue reading
Josef Widder and Igor Konnov are co-organizing the third workshop on Formal Reasoning in Distributed Algorithms. Check the workshop page.Continue reading
If you wanted to know anything about model checking of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms, then check our follow-up paper after the invited talk by Helmut Veith at PSI’15.Continue reading
A recent article in the Austrian weekly Profil about female logicians in Austria is featuring Agata Ciabattoni, Martina Seidl, Laura Kovacs, Magdalena Ortiz, Marijana Lazic, Shqiponja Ahmetaj, and Neha Lodha. All women are affiliated with the Doctoral College Logical Methods in Computer Science.Continue reading