Formal Methods and Tools

In the Formal Methods and Tools (FMT) research group, formal techniques and tools are developed and used as a means to support the development of software. Formal methods are mathematical techniques for the construction and analysis of software systems. Our central goal is to increase the reliability of the software that we rely on, as individuals and as society. We primarily target complex concurrent ICT systems, embedded in a technological context or in a distributed environment.

The FMT group is part of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) at the University of Twente. The FMT group also participates in the research institute CTIT.

Upcoming Events (for recurrent events only next 7 days are shown)

Tuesday, 12:30, Hal B 2ALunch colloqium: Twan Coenraad
Jan 17, 16:30, WaaierPhD Defense: Afshin Amighi: Title to be announced
Jan 25, 16:00, Zi 5126Inaugural Speech: Marieke Huisman: Title to be announced

More events; more lunch colloquia.

Press Releases and Media Coverage

Oct 01, 2017

Article mentioning Mariƫlle Stoelinga in I/O Magazine: Spooronderhoud slimmer plannen. [in Dutch]

Sep 28, 2017

Interview with Vincent Bloemen in U-Today because Rising Star article in U-Today: Easier, faster and cheaper software development. [in English]

Sep 25, 2017

Occurrence of Arend Rensink in link magazine: UT-Studenten helpen ING bij software-evolutie. [in Dutch]

More press releases and media coverage.

Latest News

Nov 21, 2017

Award for Lifetime Achievements for professor Mehmet Aksit

During the SDPS conference in Birmingham, USA in the beginning of November 2017, professor Mehmet Aksit of the Formal Methods and Tools group, has received an Award for lifetime achievements in Software Research, Technology Innovation or Engineering Education.

 

Further information.
Jul 28, 2017

VENI grant for Arnd Hartmanns: Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems

Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems: Exploiting Uncertainty for Scalability
Dr. ir. Arnd Hartmanns, UT – Computer Science (EWI/CTIT/FMT)
Computers control our physical world: in self-driving cars, smart power grids, or manufacturing robots. We must verify that such systems work even when faced with unexpected and random events. This research will deliver practical mathematical verification methods which take advantage of the very randomness that challenges the control algorithms.

Further information.
Jul 17, 2017

Marieke Huisman tot hoogleraar benoemd

Het College van Bestuur heeft prof. Marieke Huisman bevorderd tot hoogleraar op de leerstoel Software Reliability. De benoeming is per 1 juli jl. ingegaan en bedraagt 0,8 fte, voor onbepaalde tijd.
Wij wensen Marieke van harte geluk met haar benoeming! 

Peter Apers
Decaan EWI

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Latest Publications

(note: 'latest' refers to the date of addition to the EPrints publication database, not to the date of publication.)

More publications.