We’re very pleased to welcome Jeroen Keiren, who started as an assistant professor in our group on 1 February! Before joining FSA, he worked as an assistant professor at the Open University and Delft University …continue reading
The paper “The mCRL2 Toolset for Analysing Concurrent Systems: Improvements in Expressivity and Usability” by Olav Bunte, Jan Friso Groote, Jeroen Keiren, Maurice Laveaux, Thomas Neele, Erik de Vink, Wieger Wesselink, Anton Wijs and Tim …continue reading
The paper “A Framework for the Extended Evaluation of ABAC Policies” by Morisset, Willemse and Zannone has been accepted for publication in Springer’s Cybersecurity journal.
The paper “Verification of Hypertorus Communication Grids by Infinite Petri Nets and Process Algebra” by Zaitsev, Shmeleva and Groote has been accepted for the IEEE/CAA journal of Automatica Sinica.
The papers “Verifying System-Wide Properties of Industrial Component-Based Software” by Neele, Rol and Groote and “Active Learning of Industrial software with data” by Sanchez, Groote and Schiffelers have both been accepted at FSEN 2019, Teheran, …continue reading
On November 1, 2018, Julien Schmaltz left the FSA group to take up a new position at the company ICT. We congratulate Julien and wish to thank him for all he has done for our …continue reading
The paper “Solving Parameterised Boolean Equation Systems with Infinite-Data Trough Quotienting” by Thomas Neele, Tim Willemse and Jan Friso Groote received the Best Paper Award at the 15th International Conference on Formal Aspects of Component …continue reading
Rick Erkens started to work 1 september 2018 as a teaching PhD student in the FSA group.
Maarten Bartholomeus (ProRail), Bas Luttik and Tim Willemse received a Best Paper award for their paper “Modelling and Analysing ERTMS Hybrid Level 3 with the mCRL2 toolset”, presented at the 23rd International Conference on Formal …continue reading
Olav Bunte started as a PhD candidate in the VOICE-B project in our group. The VOICE-B project, led by Tim Willemse and Louis van Gool (Océ) aims to formalise the OIL language used at Océ …continue reading