Sasha Rubin

I have moved to the University of Naples “Federico II”.

I work in formal methods, a branch of theoretical computer science, and study the power of automata theory (broadly construed) and mathematical logic for modeling and analysing systems, structures, and interactions.

My main areas are:

  • Formal methods (Modeling, Verification, Synthesis) of Parameterised Systems, Proba-
    bilistic Systems, Distributed Systems, Timed Systems, and Multi-Agent Systems,
  • Logics for Games and Strategic Reasoning,
  • Planning in AI,
  • Automata Theory,
  • Finite and Algorithmic Model Theory (including Automatic Structures).



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WAIT 2016 in Vienna

The third WAIT workshop on induction is held between 17-18 November at the TU Wien. Details are available on the workshop page.

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Two papers at POPL’17

Two papers co-authored by researchers from our group have been accepted for POPL’17: “Coming to Terms with Quantified Reasoning” by Simon Robillard, Andrei Voronkov, and Laura Kovacs; and “A Short Counterexample Property for Safety and Liveness Verification of Fault-tolerant Distributed Algorithms” by Igor Konnov, Marijana Lazic, Helmut Veith, and Josef Widder

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Helmut Veith Stipend

Outstanding female students in the field of computer science who pursue (or plan to pursue) one of the master‘s programs in Computer Science at TU Wien taught in English are invited to apply for the Helmut Veith Stipend

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LogicLounge in memoriam Helmut Veith

Will robots take away your job? In memory of Helmut Veith, this year’s Conference on Computer Aided Verification (CAV), which takes place in Toronto, will feature a LogicLounge on the effect of automation and artificial intelligence on our jobs.

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