Barnaby Martin gave the recent Séminaire d’algorithmique et de complexité du plateau de Saclay on the 14th December 2012. It was hosted by the École Polytechnique near Paris, in their new Bâtiment Alan Turing. The topic was “Distance Constraint Satisfaction … Continue reading
Kohei Honda, our friend and colleague, passed away on December 3, 2012. He was an original thinker, always effusive and enthusiastic. Hopefully, he is in a better place already arguing with Robin Milner. We will miss Kohei.
On November 13th, Rajagopal Nagarajan gave a seminar titled “Formal Methods for Quantum Information Science” at the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool. The talk was an overview of ongoing work in using techniques from process calculus and model-checking … Continue reading
Christmas is less than a month away. With your friends Bob and Charlie you decide that this year it would be nice to have a Secret Santa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Santa). However, you immediately realize that there is no way for three people … Continue reading
On November 20 Franco Raimondi gave a talk at University of Liverpool about his work on verification of multi-agent systems in collaboration with NASA Ames. The talk was an overview of a novel approach to verify human-computer interactions specified in … Continue reading
In the MDX school seminar on 7th November, Florian Kammueller presented his work on Security of Active Objects. This talk presented the Semi-Lattice Model for Multi-Lateral Security designed for Privacy of Active Objects as recently presented at the DPM workshop … Continue reading
On October 26, Jaap Boender gave a talk in the combined ToC/AI seminar, titled “Formalisation of a theory of packages in Coq”. This was an introduction to theorem proving in general and the Coq proof assistant in particular, through the … Continue reading
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