9th Joint UTEP/NMSU Workshop on Mathematics, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences

9th Joint UTEP/NMSU Workshop on Mathematics, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Saturday, April 2nd, 2011

The objective of this workshop is to bring in researchers in Math, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences who are collaborating and/or who are interested in collaboration and to bring in researchers from outside outside our research areas who are interested in collaborating with Math, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences researchers.

Location: NMSU Campus, Science Hall 107.

Parking: For those visitors who want to enjoy the NMSU campus in the evenings (after 4:30 p.m.) and on weekends (Saturday & Sunday), no parking permit is required . You may park in any regular faculty/staff, commuter student or visitor parking space. Parking metered spaces are also free after 4:30 p.m. and on weekends.

If you want to learn more or see the whole program and what’s been going on the previous conferences, check it out here: http://www.cs.nmsu.edu/~kvillave/Nineth-NMSU-UTEP-Workshop/

Summer Formal 2011: First Summer School on Formal Techniques

Are you a graduate student interested in summer school and formal techniques?

Then this opportunity is for you!

May 23-27, 2011

Menlo College, Atherton, California USA

Formal verification techniques such as model checking, satisfiability,
and static analysis have matured rapidly in recent years.  These
techniques are widely applicable in computing as well as in engineering,
biology, and mathematics.  This school will focus on the principles and
practice of formal verification, with a strong emphasis on the hands-on
use of verification technology.  It primarily targets graduate students
who are interested in using or developing verification technology in
their own research.

We have NSF support for the travel and food/accommodation for students from
US universities, but welcome applications from graduate students at non-US
universities as well.

The lecturers at the school include

* Leonardo de Moura (Microsoft) and Bruno Dutertre (SRI International):
Satisfiability Modulo Theories
* Jason Baumgartner (IBM):
Hardware Verification: Model Checking and Equivalence Checking
* David Monniaux (VERIMAG):
Static Analysis
* Ken McMillan (Microsoft):
Abstraction, Interpolation, and Composition
* Neha Rungta and Peter Mehlitz (NASA Ames):
Software Verification with Java PathFinder
* Natarajan Shankar (SRI):
Interactive Theorem Proving

More information on the school can be found at http://fm.csl.sri.com/SSFT11.
Students are invited to apply for admission to the school by visiting this
web site.  We especially welcome applications from women and
under-represented minorities.  Applications must be received by Mar 31, 2011.

Tom Ball, Lenore Zuck, and Natarajan Shankar
Summer Formal Steering Committee

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