Talks

We regularly host talks in the RiSE seminar and VCLA talks series. The following table summarizes the latest talks in each series – for detailed information or previous talks, please follow the links to the respective websites.

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Martin GroheThe Graph Isomorphism ProblemMon, Nov 05 at 16:00EI 4 Reithoffer lect…details
Tomi JanhunenWriting Declarative Specifications for ClausesFri, Oct 05 at 14:00Seminar Room Gödel,…details
Rajeev GoreInteractive Synthesis of Verified Vote-counting ProgramsWed, Sep 26 at 16:30Seminar Room Gödel,…details
Toby WalshLiving with Artificial Intelligence – How to stay HumanThu, Sep 20 at 18:00Prechtlsaal, Ground …details
RiSE seminarAleksandar NanevskiType and Proof Structures for Concurrent Software VerificationThu, Aug 16 at 17:00TU Wien, Favoritens…details
Iyad KanjHow to navigate through obstacles?Wed, Jul 25 at 14:00Library, Favoritenst…details
Markus EndresPreference-Aware Database SystemsTue, Jul 24 at 14:00Menger meeting room,…details
Steven ChaplickApproximation Schemes for Geometric Coverage ProblemsThu, Jul 19 at 11:00Library, Favoritenst…details
Torsten SchaubASP in TimeTue, Jun 26 at 09:30Seminar Room Gödel,…details
Ramchandra PhawadeCombining free choice and time in Petri netsFri, Jun 22 at 11:00Library, Favoritenst…details
RiSE seminarJoost-Pieter KatoenBayes meets Dijkstra -- Exact Inference by Program VerificationWed, Jun 06 at 17:00TU Wien, Seminarraum…details
RiSE seminarWarren HuntIndustrial Hardware and Software Verification with ACL2Wed, May 30 at 17:00TU Wien, Seminarraum…details
RiSE seminarJoel OuaknineProgram InvariantsTue, May 29 at 15:45IST, Mondi Seminar R…details
Ronald de HaanUsing Knowledge Compilation in Social ChoiceTue, May 29 at 14:00Seminar Room Neumann…details
RiSE seminarAlexey Bakhirkin Towards Fast Parametric Identification for STLWed, May 23 at 17:00IST Austria, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarMelkior OrnikDeception and Unpredictability in Control SystemsWed, May 16 at 17:00IST Austria, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarStefan SchmidPolynomial-Time What-If Analysis for Communication Networks: An Automata-Theoretic ApproachWed, May 09 at 17:00IST, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarStefan RatschanCounter-example Guided Inductive Synthesis in the Continuous WorldTue, May 08 at 15:00IST Austria, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarOded PadonDeductive verification of distributed protocols in first-order logicWed, Apr 18 at 17:00IST Austria, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarPhilipp RümmerDeciding and Interpolating Algebraic Data Types by ReductionFri, Mar 16 at 10:30TU Wien, HS Zemanek,…details

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