Laboratoire Spécification et Vérification

Founded in 1997, the Laboratoire Spécification et Vérification (LSV) is the Computer Science laboratory of ENS Paris-Saclay, and is also affiliated to the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) as UMR 8643. Research at LSV is focused on the verification of critical software and systems, as well as on the verification of computer system security.

Editorial

Petition against the LPPR

The Laboratoire Méthodes Formelles has issued a petition against the French law on the future financing of research (LPPR). The text can be found on the French version of this page.

News

Safety and Privacy in the Time of Covid-19

Information technology is enrolled in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital certificates of non-contamination, cyber-surveillance of quarantine and lockdown measures, contamination monitoring by contact tracing have already been deployed by some countries, and others are considering them. More about this.

Alain Finkel at Institut Universitaire de France

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Alain Finkel nominated at Institut Universitaire de France

Alain Finkel has been nominated Senior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France. He speaks about his forthcoming projects in an inverview for the INS2I of CNRS (in French).


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Awards

Adnane Saoud nominated for Best-Thesis Award

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Adnane Saoud has been nominated for the Best-Thesis Award of GDR MACS and Club EEA with his thesis Compositional and Efficient Controller Synthesis for Cyber-Physical Systems.

ICALP 2019 Best Student Paper Award for Marie Fortin

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Marie Fortin received the Best Student Paper Award in Track B at ICALP for her contribution FO = FO3 for linear orders with monotone binary relations.

CAV Award 2019

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Jean-Christophe Filliâtre (CNRS, VALS / LRI), our future colleague within the Formal-Methods Lab at Paris-Saclay, receives the 2019 CAV Award, jointly with Rustan Leino, for the design and development of reusable intermediate verification languages which significantly simplified and accelerated the building of automated deductive verifiers.

The CAV award is given anually at the CAV conference for fundamental contributions to the field of Computer-Aided Verification. Two years ago, our colleagues Alain Finkel and Philippe Schnoebelen received the CAV Award 2017 for their groundbreaking work on the verification of infinite-state systems.

ETAPS 2019 Best Theory Paper Award for Jérémy Dubut

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Jérémy Dubut received the Best Theory Paper Award at ETAPS 2019 for his contribution Trees in Partial Higher Dimensional Automata. After finishing his thesis at LSV in 2018, Jérémy joined the National Institute for Informatics in Tokyo.