The purpose of the Verification and Deduction Mentoring Workshop is to provide mentoring and career advice to early-stage graduate students, to attract them to pursue research careers in the area of computer-aided verification and deduction. The workshop will particularly encourage participation of women and underrepresented minorities.
The workshop program will include a number of talks and interactive sessions. The talks will give an overview of the field along with brief introductions to the varied topics highlighted at CAV, IJCAR and other conferences at the Federated Logic Conference . Other talks will provide mentoring and career advice, from academia and industry.
This mentoring workshop unites the following two workshops:
- The 4th Verification Mentoring Workshop affiliated with CAV.
- The 1st Deduction Mentoring Workshop affiliated with IJCAR.
- Byron Cook, Amazon Web Services and University College London
- Cristina David, Diffblue
- Orna Grumberg, Technion
- Tom Melham, University of Oxford
- Larry Paulson, University of Cambridge
- Natarajan Shankar, SRI International
- Sharon Shoham, Tel Aviv Univeristy
We expect a few more speakers to join us.
Along with the workshop, there will be a buddy program throughout the conference to connect the new and experienced students together. Details will be announced here soon.
We provide travel scholarships for graduate and undergraduate (seniors only) students to attend the workshop, and CAV/IJCAR 2018. Please fill in the following form if you are interested in attending the mentoring workshop and/or if you need financial support. We have limited funding available to support students attending the mentoring workshop and CAV/IJCAR 2018.
|Deadline for submission of applications:||April 13, 2018|
|Notification of travel grants:||April 27, 2018|
|Mentoring Workshop:||July 13, 2018||CAV Conference:||July 14 – 17, 2018|