More info here.
Inductive theorem proving is a topic of growing interest in the automated reasoning community. The Third Workshop on Automated Inductive Theorem-Proving – WAIT focuses on all relevant aspects of inductive reasoning.
The workshop is an informal event and aims to give researchers interested in the topic a chance to meet, exchange ideas and have an active platform for discussions.
We invite talks featuring demos and tutorials of inductive theorem provers, challenge problems, new directions of research or anything else of interest to the inductive theorem proving community.
Roopsha Samanta from RiSE co-organizes the DARS workshop. Invited speakers from RiSE are Jan Otop, Ulrich Schmidt, and Roderick Bloem, they will discuss their research on the topic.
Cyber Physical Systems come to Vienna:
HSCC, ICCPS, IPSN, RTAS
20 Workshops, 6 Tutorials,
1 Competition, 4 Summits
Joint ARTEMIS-IA Spring Event 2016
RiSE & LogiCS Spring School
We have grants for students! More details at http://www.cpsweek.org/2016/
In collaboration with the LogiCS doctoral college, we’re organizing a spring school on logic and verification:
Dates: April 15 to April 17
Venue: TU Wien, Freihaus, Zeichensaal 3
The topics covered are first-order theorem proving, SMT solvers, as
well as synthesis and the verification of distributed algorithms.
Details and abstracts will soon be available on the webpage above.
We meet and decide what we want from our RiSE summer schools and other meetings
that are organized for us. Let’s design our dream workshop and school.
AUSTRIAN COMPUTER SCIENCE DAY
DATE: October 15, 2015 (9am to 6pm)
LOCATION: Kuppelsaal of TU Wien
REGISTRATION: (free) by October 7 on
The Austrian Computer Science Day 2015 features a
range of talks by leading Austrian computer scientists,
including topics such as computer games, augmented reality,
aware systems, semantic web, business processes, and
We particularly encourage master’s and doctoral students
Alois Ferscha (JKU Linz)
Tom Henzinger (IST Austria)
Magdalena Ortiz (TU Wien)
Radu Prodan (Innsbruck)
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (Uni Wien)
Dieter Schmalstieg (TU Graz)
Emo Welzl (ETH Zuerich)
The program also includes:
– Presentation of the Heinz Zemanek Award for outstanding
dissertation in computer science and related areas
– Presentation of the program portfolio of the Ministry
for Transport, Innovation and Technology
KICK-OFF EVENT, OCTOBER 14:
(joint with European Computer Science Summit)
Britta Schinzel (University of Freiburg)
Sergiy Bogomolov co-organizes Workshop on Symbolic and Numerical Methods for Reachability Analysis.
Don’t miss it!
Martina Seidl and Ana Sokolova organize AVM this year in beautiful Attersee, Austria.
Visit http://fmv.jku.at/avm15/ for more details.