Due to the pandemic, the Tenth Summer School on Formal Techniques that was postponed from last year will be virtual this year.

Techniques based on formal logic, such as model checking, satisfiability, static analysis, and automated theorem proving, are finding a broad range of applications in modeling, analysis, verification, and synthesis. This school, the tenth in the series, will focus on the principles and practices of formal techniques, with a strong emphasis on the hands-on use and development of these technologies. It primarily targets graduate students and young researchers who are interested in studying and using formal techniques in their research. A prior background in formal methods is helpful but not required. Participants at the school can expect to have a seriously fun time experimenting with the tools and techniques presented in the lectures during laboratory sessions.

Lecturers

Speaking Logic: Background Course

The main lectures in the summer school will be preceded by a background course on logic

Invited Speakers

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Schedule

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Previous Summer Schools on Formal Techniques

Information about previous Summer Schools on Formal Techniques can be found at

Jay Bosamiya of CMU has blogged about the 2018 Summer School at https://www.jaybosamiya.com/blog/2018/05/31/ssft/

Registration

Those who already registered for the 2020 event need not reregister, and you will be contacted to check if you would like your registration to be processed. Although the summer school is virtual and there is no registration fee, attendance is restricted to registered participants. Attendees who complete the summer school will receive a certificate by mail. Applications should be submitted together with names of two references (preferably advisors, professors, or senior colleagues) using the form below.

Applicants are urged to submit their applications before April 30, 2021, since there are only a limited number of spaces available. We strongly encourage the participation of women and under-represented minorities in the summer school.


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NOTE: Underrepresented minority refers to African Americans, Mexican-Americans, Native Americans (American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians), Pacific Islanders, and mainland Puerto Ricans.