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. This includes the development of formal theories of concurrency, design methodologies for distributed systems, and correctness assessment using verification or validation techniques. The group is also concerned with the development of traditional tools such as compilers and interpreters. In both research and courses much attention is paid to the applicability of formal methods.
Upcoming Events (for recurrent events only next 7 days are shown)
|Today, 13:30, Amsterdam, CWI (Turing room)||Adrian Kosowski, Aga Madurska, Floor Sietsma, Daniel Apt: Farewell event on the occasion of the retirement of Prof.dr. Krzysztof Apt|
|Today, 15:15, Radboud University Nijmegen||Symposium Mini-symposium on Security & Privacy|
|Wednesday, 9:00, Amsterdam, CWI||Symposium National symposium on software engineering (SEN)|
Press Releases and Media Coverage
|Nov 10, 2014|
|Oct 18, 2014|
Blog mentioning Mariëlle Stoelinga in Enno Mijland's Blog because her article in newspaper Trouw: 'I know nothing': de kunst van leren organiseren in een vak dat je niet beheerst. [in Dutch]
|Oct 18, 2014|
|Nov 05, 2014|
Mark Timmer receives the IPA Dissertation Award
Mark Timmer is endowed with the IPA Dissertation Award (2013) for his thesis Efficient Modelling, Generation and Analysis of Markov Automata during the IPA Fall Days 2014.
|Jun 12, 2014|
Steven te Brinke wins second prize in CTIT poster competition
During the CTIT Symposium of Tuesday 3 June, Steven te Brinke won the second prize in the PhD poster competition with his poster "Interpreting Energy Profiles with CEGAR".
|Apr 14, 2014|
Steven te Brinke wins Student Research Competition at SAC '14
The Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC) 2014 was held from March 24 to 28 in Gyeongju, Korea. SAC 2014 hosted a Student Research Competition that provides graduate students the opportunity to receive feedback on their research ideas from the scientific community. For this competition, students are selected based on submitted abstracts and then graded first on their poster and then on their presentation. Steven te Brinke from the FMT group of the University of Twente won the gold medal of this competition with his presentation titled "Interpreting Energy Profiles with CEGAR".Further information.
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