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 “Complexity of Automatic Sequences” by Hans Zantema has been awarded the best paper award for the 14th International Conference on Language and Automata Theory and Applications (LATA 2020), which will be held in …continue reading
The papers “Partial-Order Reduction for Parity Games with an Application on Parameterised Boolean Equation Systems” by Thomas Neele, Tim Willemse and Wieger Wesselink and “The Inconsistent Labelling Problem of Stutter-Preserving Partial-Order Reduction” by Thomas Neele, …continue reading
The paper “An O(m log n) algorithm for branching bisimilarity on labelled transition systems” by David Jansen, Jan Friso Groote, Jeroen Keiren and Anton Wijs has been accepted for presentation at TACAS, part of ETAPS …continue reading
The paper “Family-Based SPL Model Checking Using Parity Games with Variability” by Maurice ter Beek, Sjef van Loo, Erik de Vink and Tim Willemse has been accepted for presentation at FASE, part of ETAPS 2020, …continue reading
We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher on the MACHINAIDE project on Knowledge based services for and optimization of machines. The overall challenge in the project is to allow continuous improvement of machines by means …continue reading
- Colloquium 12 December 12.45 - 13.30, 2019, MF 6.132. Tim Willemse: Family-Based SPL Model Checking Using Parity Games with Variability.
- Colloquium 21 November 12.45 - 13.30, 2019, MF 6.132. Thomas Neele: The Inconsistent Labelling Problem of Stutter-Preserving Partial-Order Reduction.