The VENI grant is part of the NWO Talent Programme and targets excellent researchers who have recently obtained their PhDs. Our group member Clemens Dubslaff has been awarded one of the grants for a project on symbolic verification and explainability. For more information, see the NWO VENI 2022 page and the official TU/e press release.
We are happy to have two papers accepted at IJCAI 2023: “More for Less: Safe Policy Improvement With Stronger Performance Guarantees” together with TU Dresden and Radboud University Nijmegen and “A Unifying Formal Approach to Importance Values in Boolean Functions” with Paderborn University and TU Dresden. Congratulations especially for the PhD students Hans, Marnix, and …continue reading
The paper “Strategy Synthesis in Markov Decision Processes Under Limited Sampling Access” by C. Dubslaff from FSA and a collaboration with TU Dresden (P. Wienhöft, C. Baier, and S. J. Kiebel) has been accepted for NFM’23.