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 Distribution of Behaviour into Parallel Communicating Subsystems by Omar Alduhaiby and Jan Friso Groote has been accepted for Express 2019.
The paper “Formal Modelling and Verification of an Interlocking using mCRL2” by Mark Bouwman, Bob Janssen, and Bas Luttik has been accepted for presentation at FMICS 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The paper “Verification of Hypertorus Communication Grids by Infinite Petri Nets and Process Algebra” by Zaitsev, Shmeleva and Groote has been published in IEEE/CAA Automata Sinica. The paper explains how communication grids in the form …continue reading
On April 15 Ferry Timmers started in the Arrowheads project together with ASML. The goal of this project is to show that newly developed control software for wafer scanners can completely be verified before the …continue reading
The paper “Sequencing and Intermediate Acceptance: Axiomatisation and Decidability of Bisimilarity” by Astrid Belder, Bas Luttik and Jos Baeten has been accepted for presentation at CALCO 2019 in London, UK.
- Colloquium 12 September 12.45 - 13.30, 2019, MF 6.132. Rob van Glabbeek: Is Speed-Independent Mutual Exclusion Implementable?.
- MSc Defence 26 August 15.00 - 15.30, 2019, Atlas 2.215. Msc presentation Johri van Eerd.
- MSc Defence 26 June 14.00 - 14.30, 2019, Atlas 11.201. Ruud Meeuws: Model Checking Supermodels Workbench with mCRL2.
- Colloquium 20 June 12.45 - 13.30, 2019, MF 6.132. Omar Alzuhaibi: Automata Learning with a Purpose.