Advances in Verification is a post conference workshop of FSTTCS 2020 and takes place online on December 18, 2020. Please find the Call for Participation and relevant links below. Note that even without registration you can attend the talks online via the live stream. Enjoy this workshop!
Fifteen amazing PhD positions in the REMARO project are now available! REMARO is a new Marie-Curie network at the intersection of in AI and formal verification, and at the intersection between academia and companies developing underwater robots.
Application deadline: January 1, 2021 Anywhere on Earth
Please note the following offer from the University of Texas at Austin: We invite applications for one or more postdoctoral researcher positions available immediately — open until filled — at the University of Texas at Austin. The candidates are expected to conduct research at the intersection of formal methods and learning with problems drawn from Read More …
“Laureates of mathematics and computer science meet the next generation.” With this motto, the Heidelberg Laureate Forum offers the perfect setting to get to know world-renown experts from the fields of mathematics and computer science (winners of, e.g., the Turing Award). Additionally, you will meet 200 bright young researchers with diverse backgrounds who aspire to be the future leaders in these areas.
This year at the VMW, we had a great hands-on session to practice the so-called elevator pitch. It is meant to be a quick presentation of your current research to someone that you are just meeting and who is asking about your research. If you want to improve your own elevator pitch you can find some tips on these slides: