Opening of the Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms
On the following day, in recognition of his contributions to logic in computer science, TU Vienna will award an Honorary Doctorate to Prof. Clarke.
- All day event.
TU Wien, Campus Karlsplatz
1040 Vienna, Karlsplatz 13
Stiege 1, 1. Stock, AA0162
The Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms is an initiative of the Faculty of Informatics and funded by a three-year competitive grant of Vienna University of Technology. Embedded into the primary research area Computational Intelligence and the funding priority Computational Logic of the Faculty, the center is promoting international scientific collaboration in logic and algorithms.
Wednesday, 25th January 2012 - Festsaal, 1st Floor Symposium “Logic and Algorithms: A Scientific Perspective“
09:00 Welcome Stefan Szeider and Helmut Veith, VCLA, Co-chairs, TU Vienna
Formal Specification and Verification of Markovian Population Models Thomas A. Henzinger, IST Austria
10:00 Coffee break
10:30 Kernelization Algorithms Fedor V. Fomin, University of Bergen
Battling Bugs with Interpolants Georg Weissenbacher, Princeton University
12:00 Lunch break
13:00 Practical Algorithms for Minimal Unsatisfiable Core Extraction Joao Marques-Silva, University College Dublin & IST/INESC-ID
30 Years of Model Checking Edmund M. Clarke, Carnegie Mellon University
14:30 Coffee break
Official Opening of the VCLA
15:00 Sabine Seidler, Rector of the TU Vienna Gerald Steinhardt, Dean of the Faculty of Informatics, TU Vienna Stefan Szeider and Helmut Veith, VCLA, Co-chairs, TU Vienna
Thursday, 26th January 2012 - Boecklsaal, 1st Floor Award of the Honorary Doctorate
10:00 Award of the Honorary Doctorate to Edmund M. Clarke, Carnegie Mellon University
Edmund M. Clarke is among the leading computer scientists of our times. As a professor at Harvard, and, since 1982, at Carnegie Mellon University, he and his group have not only laid the theoretical and logical foundations of model checking (ACM Turing Award, 2007), but also pioneered model checking as a powerful tool for industrial hardware and software engineering.
- VCLA, Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms
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