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.


RiSE seminarMelkior OrnikTBAWed, May 16 at 17:00IST Austriadetails
RiSE seminarOded PadonTBAWed, Apr 18 at 17:00details
RiSE seminarSuguman BansalTBAWed, Apr 11 at 17:00IST Austria, Mondi 2details
RiSE seminarSergiy BogomolovTBAThu, Apr 05 at 16:00IST Austriadetails
RiSE seminarPhilipp RümmerDeciding and Interpolating Algebraic Data Types by ReductionFri, Mar 16 at 10:30TU Wien, HS Zemanek,…details
RiSE seminarAlexandra SilvaCALF — a categorical automata learning frameworkMon, Feb 26 at 17:00TU Wiendetails
RiSE seminarGabriel JuhásSynthesis of Petri Nets from Prime Event StructuresWed, Feb 21 at 17:00Mondi 2, IST Austriadetails
RiSE seminarKim G. LarsenTBAWed, Feb 07 at 17:00Raiffeisen Lecture H…details
RiSE seminarNicolas MazzocchiDecidable weighted expressions with Presburger combinatorsFri, Feb 02 at 16:00IST Austriadetails
RiSE seminarLionel BriandTBAThu, Jan 01IST Austriadetails

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