Arrival of Marijana Lazić

The PaVeS people are very pleased to announce the arrival of a new member, Marijana Lazić! Marijana describes her research interests in her own words as follows: “I am interested in parameterized model checking and synthesis of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms (FTDAs). During my PhD studies I was focusing on a Read more…

Accepted Paper at Petri Nets 2019

The PaVeS-group is very happy to announce the acceptance of the paper “Parameterized Analysis of Immediate Observation Petri Nets” at Petri Nets’19. The main contribution of the paper is to prove PSPACE-completeness for the parameterized reachability, coverability and liveness property in Immediate Observation Petri Nets a certain class of Petri Read more…

Approaching D-CON

The D-CON is drawing closer. It is a conference about distributed computing organized by the chair i7 (essentially, us; specifically, Stefan Jaax and Philipp Meyer) from the 14th to the 15th of March. The two invited talks are by Filip Mazowiecki about the reachability problem for Petri nets being not Read more…

Accepted Paper at TACAS’19

We are very happy to announce the acceptance of the paper “Computing the Expected Execution Time of Probabilistic Workflow Nets” by Philipp Meyer, Philip Offtermatt and Javier Esparza at the International Conference on Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems (TACAS’19) of the European Joint Conferences on Read more…

Arrival of Michael Raskin

The PaVeS-Group is very happy to welcome Mikhail Raskin in its midst!  He has diverse previous experience (both theoretical and applied), and often uses combinatorial and probabilistic constructions to prove theoretical CS statements.