Igor Konnov

Postdoc researcher (Projektassistent) at Forsyte, Institute of Information Systems, TU Wien.

Projects and tools

 

Academic service

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Case studies

Check our case studies of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms.

Publications

You can find the list of my papers and talks at the publications page, some of them are at dblp (see the clarification at the bottom).

Research interests: Model Checking, Parameterized Model Checking, Verification of Distributed Algorithms.

Profiles: dblpGoogle Scholar, ResearchGateORCID

Curriculum vitae: konnov-cv.pdf

Small things: beamer-previewcsvtools, converting beamer to powerpoint

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

Room: HD 03 13 (how to get there)
Phone: +43 (1) 58801 – 184 807
Email: ta.etysrofnull@vonnok
Web: http://forsyte.at/~konnov/

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I received my PhD in Feb. 2009 (called “candidate of physico-mathematical sciences” in Russia) and Specialist degrees in Applied Mathematics from Lomonosov Moscow State University. In Nov. 2008, I defended my PhD thesis on Parameterized Model Checking of Distributed Systems (in Russian) under supervision of Vladimir A. Zakharov and Ruslan L. Smeliansky.

How to parse my name: Igor (Игорь) is my first name and Konnov (Коннов) is my last name; I also bear the second name Vladimirovich (Владимирович) after my father, but it is usually omitted outside of Russia. That is — and this is for Google Scholar — my full  name is Igor Vladimirovich Konnov.


Please also note that there are other researchers, whose names are written as “Igor V. Konnov” or “I.V. Konnov”, and whose names I do not mention here to help Google Scholar. I cannot review papers on equilibrium problems.

 

Igor’s news

Paper at VMCAI’17

Our paper “Accuracy of Message Counting Abstraction in Fault-Tolerant Distributed Algorithms” is accepted at VMCAI’17

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Artifact evaluation at POPL’17

Our artifact at POPL’17 has met the expectations of the evaluation committee (with the scores: exceeds expectations (1) + meets expectations (1)). We will upload the virtual machine soon.

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