NSF Workshop on Symbolic Computation for Constraint Satisfaction Problems
This workshop is focused on the role of symbolic decision procedures for
constraint satisfaction problems.
The workshop brings together computer science researchers in diverse areas
such as program analysis, formal verification, AI planning, optimization,
and hybrid systems.
The program consists of a series of talks that will review the
state of the art in symbolic decision procedures,
the role that constraint satisfaction plays in various computing problems,
and challenges for future research.
- Location: Room A2002, FDIC Building, 3501 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA.
- Time: Friday, November 14, 2008, 8.30am -- 5pm
- Organizer: Rajeev Alur, University of Pennsylvania
- NSF Program Manager: Lenore Mullin, CISE CCF
- Coffee / Breakfast : 8.30 -- 9.00
- 9.00 -- 9.15: Welcome by Lenore Mullin, Program Director, Algorithmic Foundations Cluster, CISE
- Session I : Computational Tools for Constraint Satisfaction Problems : 9.15
- Lunch : 11.45 -- 12.45
- Session II : Role of Constraint Satisfaction in Computer Science Problems
: 12.45 -- 3.15
- Leonardo de Moura, Microsot Research
Software Verification and Testing.
- Alex Aiken, Stanford University
From the Sublime to the Ridiculous: Constraint Satisfaction Problems in Program
Analysis. Talk slides
- Ken McMillan, Cadence Labs
Symbolic Model Checking
- Andre Platzer, Carnegie Mellon University
Symbolic Computations in Hybrid Systems Verification. Talk slides
- Werner Damm,
Universitat Oldenburg, Germany
Automatic Verification and Analysis of Complex Systems: Key results of the
collaborative research project AVACS. Talk slides
- Coffee Break: 3.15 -- 3.30
- Panel Discussion on Research Challenges : 3.30 -- 4.30
- Wrap-up : 4.30 -- 5.00
Security and Building Access
The FDIC building security policy requires that all individuals entering the
hotel/training facility present government issued photo identification.
Please arrive ½ hour prior to scheduled event in order to process through security.
Security has been notified of your visit.
The security guards may ask you to identify whom you are visiting or the
meeting you are attending.
Please also remember to bring identification. The FDIC accepts the following forms of ID:
- State Driver's License with photograph (Most efficient method)
- State non-driver's identification card with photograph
- Military identification
- Valid United States Passport
- Government issued photographic identification card with prior approval
- INS Identification card
- Foreign Passport with prior approval from FDIC (pre-registered)
- FDIC Sponsor Verification
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