Verification of Concurrent Systems Summer School

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Verification of Concurrent Systems Summer School



Aim & Focus Areas


Concurrency is an ever-increasing trend in designing and implementing computer systems. However, their analysis is notoriously challenging due to the combinatorial explosion of their state-spaces. Ad-hoc and manual techniques come short of making any substantial claim regarding quality and correctness of such systems. This school addresses this challenge by presenting a rigorous and expressive modeling framework for specifying such systems and an arsenal of verification techniques to efficiently verify their correctness. We report on several case studies where these techniques have been effectively applied and how they have affected the quality of concurrent and communicating system designs.



Target Audience


The course is intended for graduate students in Computer Science and Engineering and related fields. The course does not assume much prior knowledge apart from some basic affinity with logic and discrete mathematics.






  • Mohammad Morovati;





 August 8-10, 2017.





The International Trade Summer School will be held at Khatam University located at Hakim Azam Street in Vana.




Registration is Mandatory and you must register by Thursday August 3rd 8:00pm to reserve your space. To maintain the interactive and intimate nature of the program, we have very limited space and there will be a selection process. The registration fee is $200 but we offer scholarships for qualified applicants. If you are interested in attending the summer school go to :



 online registration form


Professor Jan Friso GrooteEindhoven University of Technology

Jan Friso Groote head of the Formal System Analysis group at Eindhoven University of Technology. He also works one day a week at ASML, the world leading wafer scanner manufacturer. Professor Groote studied computer science at Twente University (The Netherlands).  He received his PhD. degree (with Prof. Dr. Bergstra as his advisor) from the University of Amsterdam on a thesis entitled `Process Algebra and Structured Operational Semantics’. Subsequently, his research shifted towards practical usability of the theory. To this end, he developed mCRL2, a language and toolset that combines process algebra with data, time, probabilities, modal logics and visualization. This language and toolset has been used to model, analyses and design a range of systems, including medical protocols, railway control systems, control of storage facilities and software for wafer scanners and the CERN’s particle accelerator in Geneva.



Professor MohammadReza Mousavi – University of Leicester, UK 

Mohammad Reza Mousavi is a professor of Data-Oriented Software Engineering at University of Leicester, UK and part-time (guest) professor at Gothenburg University and Halmstad University, Sweden. He received his Bachelor and Masters degree from Sharif University of Technology, Iran and his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2005 from TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands.  Since then, he has been postdoctoral researcher (2006-2007) at Reykjavik University, Iceland, and assistant and associate professor (2005-2013) at TU Eindhoven and professor at Halmstad University.

His research interests are in formal semantics and verification and his main current research area in model-based testing, particularly applied to software product lines and cyber-physical systems.



Dr. Hossein Hojjat – Rochester Institute of Technology

Hossein Hojjat is an assistant professor in the Computer Science department at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Before joining RIT, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Cornell University. He earned a PhD in Computer Science from EPFL in 2013. His research interests center on program synthesis and verification