➡️ Final Program ⬅️
The Industry Day (i-Day) of FM’19 is scheduled for October 11, 2019.
- M. Antony Aiello, AdaCore Technologies
- Flemming Andersen, Galois Inc.
- Stylianos Basagianni, United Technologies Research Centre
- Roderick Chapman, Protean Code Limited
- David Cok, GrammaTech
- Alessandro Fantechi, DINFO – Universitá di Firenze
- Chris Hawblitzel, Microsoft
- Peter Gorm Larsen, Aarhus University
- Michael Leuschel, University of Düsseldorf
- Yannick Moy, AdaCore
- Jan Peleska, Verified Systems International GmbH
- Etienne Prun, CLEARSY
- Kenji Taguchi, CAV Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Stefano Tonetta, FBK-irst
- Daniel Zimmerman, Galois Inc.
|Adopting Formal Methods in an Industrial Setting: the Railways Case||Maurice ter Beek|
|Formal Conceptual Modelling: Industrial Application of Event-B to a Wayside Train Monitoring System||Robert Eschbach|
|Formal Methods Applicability on Space Applications Specification and Implementation using MORA-TSP||Daniel Silveira|
|Practical Application of SPARK to OpenUxAS||M. Antony Aiello|
|Property-Driven Software Analysis||David Deharbe|
|On the Role of Formal Methods in Assuring Autonomous Systems That Use Machine Learning (Invited Talk)||Constance Heitmeyer|
|Formal Models as Executable Prototypes and Interactive Requirements Documents (Invited Talk)||Michael Leuschel|
Call for papers
The FM series of events has been notably successful in bringing together innovators and practitioners in precise mathematical methods for software and systems development, industrial users, as well as researchers.
The Industry Day (i-Day) is a forum organized in conjunction with FM and targeting industrial development and use of formal methods. The objective of i-Day is to bring industry to the congress, and to foster the important discussion about where state of the art in formal methods is today, seen from an industry point of view.
The i-Day will host two keynotes,
and several presentations selected through a call for papers.
The i-Day welcomes short papers and extended abstracts describing industrial applications of formal methods, experience with introducing formal methods in industry, tool usage reports and experiments with challenge problems. Authors are encouraged to explain how the use of formal methods has overcome engineering and certification/qualification problems, led to improvements in design or provided new insights, with safety and/or security consideration in mind.
Topics of particular interest include (but are not restricted to):
- formal modelling and verification techniques
- safety and security
- autonomous vehicles
- explainable AI
We can accept two types of submission:
- Industrial experience reports or research papers with strong connexion with industry – not more than 10 pages in length (including appendices and references).
- Extended abstracts – between 2 and 4 pages.
The selection will be based on the innovative aspects of the subject and its connexion with current topics.
At least one author of each accepted paper must register to the conference.
To submit your paper go to the conference submission site (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=id20191).
- 19 May 2019 – full paper submission (extended) deadline
- 14 June 2019 – notification
- 14 July 2019 – camera-ready papers submitted
- 11 October 2019 – I-Day
FM’19 Tool Exhibition: Call for Tools
The 3rd World Congress on Formal Methods will take place during the week of 7-11 October 2019 in Porto, Portugal. It brings together major conferences on formal methods, including the flagship FM conference, and many satellite workshops. Complementing the academic program, the Industry Day on October 11 targets industrial development of formal methods.
The FM Tool Exhibition provides a forum for developers of academic or industrial tools that support the use of formal methods in different stages of system and software development.
The tool exhibition will be located in a central lobby of the main conference building, facilitating informal exchanges with conference participants. Tools can be exhibited during all or part of the week, with a particular focus on the industry day on October 11. Exhibitors are requested to provide their hardware equipment and to ensure the presence of at least one person at their stands during the days they choose to exhibit their tool.
- Academic tool developers: free with registration of the exhibitors.
- Industrial tool developers: included with sponsorship of FM’19 World Congress and registration of the exhibitors (basic sponsoring starts at €500, higher levels of sponsoring include registrations of participants).
In order to submit a proposal for a tool to be exhibited, please send a title, short description, and URL describing the tool(s) by June 30, 2019, to the Tool Exhibition Chairs:
Informal enquiries are welcome.