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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