Johannes Birgmeier

Current Status

I did my master’s thesis at the Forsyte until February 2014, and was employed here as a project assistant until August 2014. I’m leaving TU Vienna this fall and will start grad school at Stanford University. Starting from September 2014, you can reach me at “first letter of first name+first seven letters of last name+at+stanford+dot+edu”.

Research

I started working at the FORSYTE in March 2013.

I’m investigating possiblities to apply IC3-style incremental inductive verification to software state transition systems.

Publication

(singular, as for now ;))

Johannes Birgmeier, Aaron Bradley, Georg Weissenbacher. Counterexample to Induction-Guided Abstraction-Refinement (CTIGAR). Chapter in Computer Aided Verification, volume 8559 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 829-846, 2014, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex]

Contact

Address:
Johannes Birgmeier
Technische Universität Wien
Institut für Informationssysteme 184/4
Favoritenstraße 9–11
1040 Wien
Austria

Room: HA 03 07 (how to get there)
Phone: +43 (1) 58801 –
Email: ta.etysrofnull@iemgrib
Web: http://forsyte.at/~birgmeier/

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