Research We investigate and develop theories, techniques and tools for modelling and analysing the behaviours of (concurrent) systems. Research focusses on process algebra, semantics, model checking, logics and satisfiability solving. Application areas include protocols, hardware designs, industrial control systems. Tools developed by the group include mCRL2 and MaDL. Read More…
Education We offer courses in Logic, Formal Methods, Model Checking and Automated Reasoning. We are always looking for enthusiastic people who are interested in a research project or thesis in our Master programme. Read More…
The paper “Modelling and Analysing ERTMS Hybrid Level 3 with the mCRL2 toolset” by Maarten Bartholomeus, Bas Luttik and Tim Willemse has been accepted for presentation at FMICS 2018, to be held at Maynooth University, Ireland on …continue reading
The paper Deadlock Detection for Actor-based Coroutines by Keyvan Azadbakht, Frank De Boer and Erik de Vink has been accepted for presentation at FM 2018. The Formal Methods symposium will be held as part of …continue reading
The paper “Evidence Extraction from Parameterised Boolean Equation Systems” by Wieger Wesselink and Tim Willemse was accepted for presentation at ARQNL (part of FLoC 2018, Oxford, UK). It provides the theoretical and practical foundations for …continue reading
The paper “Efficient Extended ABAC Evaluation” by Charles Morisset (Newcastle University), Tim Willemse and Nicola Zannone (TU/e) has been accepted for presentation at the ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies (SACMAT 2018) in Indianapolis, IN, …continue reading
The paper “Formal Micro-Architectural Analysis of On-Chip Ring Networks” by Perry van Wesel and Julien Schmaltz has been accepted to the 2018 Design Automation Conference. Congratulations to Perry and Julien !
- PhD Defence 11 June 11.00 - 12.30, 2018, Auditorium, Senaatzaal. Fei Yang: A Theory of Executability —- With a Focus on the Expressivity of Process Calculi.
- MSc Defence 18 May 10.00 - 10.45, 2018, Flux 1.10. Ziad Ben Snaiba: Logics and Algorithms for Product and Family-Based Analysis of Software Product Lines.