[Om] [fm-announcements] RV 2017 - 1st Call for Participation

Havelund, Klaus (348B) Klaus.Havelund at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Jul 20 02:47:13 CEST 2017



The 17th International Conference on Runtime Verification, September
13-16 2017, Seattle, WA, USA


Affiliated Event:

RV-CuBES - An International Workshop on Competitions, Usability,
Benchmarks, Evaluation, and Standardisation for Runtime Verification Tools

=== OVERVIEW ===

Runtime verification is concerned with the monitoring and analysis of
the runtime behaviour of software and hardware systems. Runtime
verification techniques are crucial for system correctness, reliability,
and robustness; they provide an additional level of rigor and
effectiveness compared to conventional testing, and are generally more
practical than exhaustive formal verification. Runtime verification can
be used prior to deployment, for testing, verification, and debugging
purposes, and after deployment for ensuring reliability, safety, and
security and for providing fault containment and recovery as well as
online system repair. Topics of interest to the conference include:

    specification languages

    monitor construction techniques

    program instrumentation

    logging, recording, and replay

    combination of static and dynamic analysis

    specification mining and machine learning over runtime traces

    monitoring techniques for concurrent and distributed systems

    runtime checking of privacy and security policies

    statistical model checking

    metrics and statistical information gathering

    program/system execution visualization

    fault localization, containment, recovery and repair

    integrated vehicle health management (IVHM)

Application areas of runtime verification include cyber-physical
systems, safety/mission-critical systems, enterprise and systems
software, autonomous and reactive control systems, health management and
diagnosis systems, and system security and privacy.


Rodrigo Fonseca, Brown University, USA:

    “The Design and Applications for a Tracing Plane for Distributed Systems”

Vlad Levin and Jakob Lichtenberg, Microsoft, USA:

    “Windows Driver Verification Platform”

Andreas Zeller, Saarland University, Germany:

    “Learning Input Languages for Runtime Verification”


Ankush Desai and Shaz Qadeer, UC Berkeley and Microsoft Research, USA:

    “P : Modular and Safe Asynchronous Programming”

Madhusudan Parthasarathy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA:

    “Machine-learning State Properties”

Adrian Francalanza, University of Malta, Malta:

    “Foundations For Runtime Monitoring”


=== Regular Papers

Bernhard K. Aichernig and Martin Tappler.
“Probabilistic Black-Box Reachability Checking”

Minjun Seo and Roman Lysecky.
“Hierarchical Non-Intrusive In-Situ Requirements Monitoring for Embedded

David Basin, Srđan Krstić and Dmitriy Traytel.
“Almost Event-Rate Independent Monitoring of Metric Dynamic Logic”

Kostyantyn Vorobyov, Nikolai Kosmatov, Julien Signoles and Arvid Jakobsson.
“Runtime Detection of Temporal Memory Errors”

Katarína Kejstová, Petr Ročkai and Jiri Barnat.
“From Model Checking to Runtime Verification and Back”

Zachary Benavides, Rajiv Gupta and Xiangyu Zhang.
“Annotation Guided Collection of Context-Sensitive Parallel Execution

Oliviero Riganelli, Daniela Micucci, Leonardo Mariani and Yliès Falcone.
“Verifying Policy Enforcers”

Ankush Desai, Tommaso Dreossi and Sanjit A. Seshia.
“Combining Model Checking and Runtime Verification for Safe Robotics”

Vidhya Tekken Valapil, Sorrachai Yingchareonthawornchai, Sandeep
Kulkarni, Eric Torng and Murat Demirbas.
“Monitoring Partially Synchronous Distributed Systems using SMT Solvers”

Chaoqiang Deng and Kedar Namjoshi.
“Witnessing Network Transformations”

Teng Zhang, John Wiegley, Insup Lee and Oleg Sokolsky.
“Monitoring Time Intervals”

Bjorn Andersson, Sagar Chaki and Dionisio De Niz.
“Combining Symbolic Runtime Enforcers for Cyber-Physical Systems”

Babak Yadegari and Saumya Debray.
“Control Dependencies in Interpretive Systems”

Himanshu Chauhan and Vijay Garg.
“Space Efficient Breadth-First and Level Traversals of Consistent Global
States of Parallel Programs”

Giuseppe Bombara and Calin Belta.
“Signal Clustering using Temporal Logics”

Susmit Jha, Ashish Tiwari, Sanjit A. Seshia, Natarajan Shankar and Tuhin
“TeLEx: Passive STL Learning Using Only Positive Examples”

Florian-Michael Adolf, Peter Faymonville, Bernd Finkbeiner, Sebastian
Schirmer and Christoph Torens.
“Stream Runtime Monitoring on UAVs”

Bernd Finkbeiner, Christopher Hahn, Marvin Stenger and Leander Tentrup.
“Monitoring Hyperproperties”

=== Tool Papers

Hassan Salehe Matar and Serdar Tasiran.
“EmbedSanitizer: Runtime Race Detection Tool for 32-bit Embedded ARM”

Prashanth Nayak, Mike Hibler, David Johnson and Eric Eide.
“A Wingman for Virtual Appliances”

Shuo Chen.
“SVAuth – A Single-Sign-On Integration Solution with Runtime Verification”

Raphael Khoury, Sebastien Gaboury and Sylvain Hallé.
“Event Stream Processing with Multiple Threads”

Daisuke Ishii and Alexandre Goldsztejn.
“HySIA: Tool for Simulating and Monitoring Hybrid Automata Based on
Interval Analysis”

=== Short Papers

Kim Völlinger.
“Verifying the Output of a Distributed Algorithm using Certification”

Chafik Meniar, Florence Opalvens and Sylvain Hallé.
“Runtime Verification of User Interface Guidelines in Mobile Devices”

Aaron Paulos, Partha Pal, Shane Clark, Kyle Usbeck and Patrick Hurley.
“Trusted Mission Operation – Concept and Implementation”

Jun Inoue and Yoriyuki Yamagata.
“Operational Semantics of Process Monitors”

=== VENUE ===

The 17th International Conference on Runtime Verification will be held
in the Sheraton Seattle Hotelsituated in downtown Seattle. The venue is
within walking distance of the famous Pike Place Market, Seattle Art
Museum, Seattle Aquarium, and the Historic Seattle Waterfront. The
weather in September still permits many open-air opportunities to shop,
eat, and even sail in the Elliott Bay. Exceptionally well organized,
Seattle’s public transport connects the conference venue with the
Seattle Center, which is the home of popular attractions like the Space
Needle, EMP Museum, and Chihuly Garden and Glass.


Registration is now available using the web-based registration form,
with online payment on a secure website. Please use one form per
attendee. Early registration means on or before August 13, 2017. Late
registration means after August 13, 2017.

Different possibilities of registration are available:

     Tutorial Day Only (13th September): 210 USD

     Conference including tutorial day and RV-CuBES (13-16th September)
            Full Registration
                Early: 680 USD,
                Late (after 13 August): 780 USD
            Student Registration
                Early: 480 USD,
                Late (after 13 August): 580 USD


General Chair

    Klaus Havelund, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

Program Chairs

    Shuvendu Lahiri, Microsoft Research, USA
    Giles Reger, University of Manchester, UK

Finance Chair

    Oleg Sokolsky, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Publicity Chair

    Ayoub Nouri, University of Grenoble Alpes, France

Local Organisation Chairs

    Grigory Fedyukovich, University of Washington, USA
    Rahul Kumar, Microsoft Research, USA

RV-CuBES, PC chairs

    Giles Reger, University of Manchester, UK
    Klaus Havelund, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

=== SPONSORS ===


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