README.md 2.68 KB
Newer Older
Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
1
# Logic and Verification Seminar (Winter Semester 2019-2020)
Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
2

Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
3
4
5
6
The Logic and Verification seminar is a reading group gathering the members
of the Automatic Reasoning AG and students interested in formal methods
and more precisely in logic and verification.

Muhammad Najib's avatar
Muhammad Najib committed
7
8
**For Winter Semester 2020-2021 seminar, please go to this page: [https://arg-git.informatik.uni-kl.de/pub/ws20sem](https://arg-git.informatik.uni-kl.de/pub/ws20sem)**

Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
## For students taking the seminar for credit

Your main role is to attend the weekly sessions, and contribute
to the discussions. Each session consists in a presentation of an article or
an ongoing research by a member of the group followed by
some questions and discussions.

As a student, you will read a scientific paper in logic and 
verification, summarize it in a report, and present it. There will be several
possible topics (see below). To help you with these tasks, a researcher of our
group will be assigned to you to supervise you and provide advice both for your
presentation and your report.

## When and where

Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
24
Schedule and location:
Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
25

Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
26
 * Room: seminar room *34-420*
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
27
 * Date and time: **Tuesday 13:00** to 14:00
Daniel Stan's avatar
s/am//    
Daniel Stan committed
28
 * Kickoff meeting: Tuesday **05.11.2019** 13:30
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
29
30
 * Periodicity: every 2 weeks
 * Registration: send a mail to stan@cs.uni-kl.de with your name and matriculation number
Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

## Available topics
- Semantics of imperative programming languages
- Algorithmic problems in the field of verification
- Operationalization of formal specification techniques
- SMT (Satisfiability Modulo Theories) solving and decision procedures
- Database theory
- Modal and Temporal Logic

Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
40
Some papers will be distributed at the kickoff meeting: [suggestions](https://arg-git.informatik.uni-kl.de/pub/ws19sem/blob/master/article-list.md).
Anthony Lin's avatar
Anthony Lin committed
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

## Instructors
- Prof. Anthony Lin
- Dr. Daniel Stan

## Planned sessions

The below schedule will be completed with information about the topics.

Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
50
- 05.11.2019: **kickoff** meeting: [Slides](https://arg-git.informatik.uni-kl.de/pub/ws19sem/blob/master/kickoff.pdf)
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
51
- 19.11.2019: [Burcu Özkan](https://www.mpi-sws.org/people/burcu/) **Trace Aware Random Testing of Distributed Systems**
Daniel Stan's avatar
errata    
Daniel Stan committed
52
53
- 03.12.2019: discussions
- 17.12.2019: discussions on "**Modularity for Decidability of Deductive Verification with Applications to Distributed Systems**"
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
54
- 07.01.2020:
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
55
- 14.01.2020: at **10:00** Discussions about **Effective Propositional and Finite Almost Uninterpreted** fragments
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
56
- 05.02.2020: at **14:15** [Maya Retno](https://www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/se/gruppenmitglieder/groupmembers_detailseite_88960.de.jsp) **A Model-Driven Toolkit for Software Product Line Engineering**
Daniel Stan's avatar
Daniel Stan committed
57
- 18.02.2020: at **13:00** Yannick Wagner on the Raft protocol and its Modular decidability in Ivy