VeTSS third call for Proposals: Verified Trustworthy Software Components

The Research Institute in Verified Trustworthy Software Systems (VeTSS) has just published its third call for proposals for £0.5M, funded by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). VeTSS is inviting proposals for research into the areas of program analysis, testing, and verification, in particular work seeking to verify important parts of our software infrastructure, and… Read more »

GraphicsFuzz Ltd., co-founded by Alastair Donaldson, acquired by Google

GraphicsFuzz Ltd., co-founded by Alastair Donaldson, Hugues Evrard and Paul Thomson of Imperial College London, has been acquired by Google. The GraphicsFuzz team will join Google’s Android Graphics Team to integrate their specialist graphics driver testing technology within the Android ecosystem. Alastair Donaldson is a Co Investigator in the VeTSS funded project Automated Testing for Web… Read more »

VeTSS inaugural call for proposals, successful proposals announced

The Research Institute on Verified Trustworthy Software Systems (VeTSS) inaugural call for proposal was launched in June 2017. The call invited proposals for research on analysis, testing and verification, in particular work seeking to develop fundamental theories and industrial-strength tools that target real-world applications. This initial call  received 24 strong proposals of which only 8… Read more »

Cristian Cadar, Imperial College London, winner of the 2017 HVC Award

Congratulations to Cristian Cadar, Reader at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, who has been awarded with the HVC Award 2017. The HVC award is given to the most influential work in the last five years in formal verification, simulation, and testing. The committee awarded Cristian Cadar for his work on KLEE, recognising “his… Read more »

Isaac Newton Institute Research Programme on Big Proof, 26 June to 4 August 2017

This programme brings together mathematicians interested in employing proof technology in their research, logicians exploring pragmatic and foundational issues in the formalisation of mathematics, and computer scientists engaged in developing and applying proof technology. The programme includes a week-long workshop exploring foundational, theoretical, and practical challenges in exploiting proof technology to transform mathematical practice across… Read more »

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