Two Research Assistant positions in the Automated Verification group @ Oxford Computer Science

Two research assistant posts are being advertised to work with Professor Tom Melham in the Automated Verification research group at Oxford Computer Science. These are associated with the SCorCH (Secure Code for Capability Hardware) project, funded by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund Digital Security by Design (DSbD). There‚Äôs a 12-month position and a 24-month position, and both are to Read More …

Research Associate in Software Verification at the University of Manchester, UK

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Manchester (UK) seeks one Research Associate (RA) position to work on Automated Verification of CHERI C++ Programs. This RA position is full-time for two years, starting after October 1st, 2021, ideally January 1st, 2022. Read More …

Advances in Verification – Call for Workshop Participation

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!

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Applied Scientist Intern @ Automated Reasoning Group (AWS)

Internship description and application here –>www.amazon.jobs/jobs/943766 The Automated Reasoning Group in AWS Platform is looking for PhD Interns interested in formal methods and programming languages. Using automated reasoning technology and mathematical proofs, AWS allows customers to answer questions about security, availability, durability, and functional correctness. We call this provable security, absolute assurance in security of Read More …

Fully-Funded PhD position on Probabilistic Verification @ Utah State University

A PhD position is available (fully paid for 4 years with the possibility of extension) at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Utah State University. The expected starting date is early January 2020. PhD application information is available at: https://engineering.usu.edu/ece/files/pdfs/ece-graduate-program-application-info.pdf Abstract: Synthetic biology and nanotechnology place increasing demands on design methodologies to ensure dependable and robust operation. Consisting Read More …