Formal, Model-based Development and Verification of Hardware, Software and Cyber-Physical Systems

TVS is pleased to announce the abstract from John Colley of University of Southampton for the Formal Verification Conference on May 21st

  • Event-B is a proof-based modelling language and method that enables the systematic development of specifications using a formal notion of refinement. The Rodin platform is the Eclipse-based IDE that provides automated support for Event-B model-based development, refinement and mathematical proof.
  • The Event-B formal modelling and verification method and the associated open source Rodin toolset integrates powerful automated proof, model checking and co-simulation capabilities, and has a large user base of more than twenty industrial organisations. This talk shows how a formal model of system requirements can be captured and refined to an implementation level, enabling formal and simulation-based verification, together with test creation and coverage measurement to begin earlier in the design cycle.

The free one day conference is held at Reading, UK on Thursday, 21 May and you have the option to attend in person or via remote access. The event includes user talks from ARM, Imagination and Broadcom, the paper from John Colley of the University of Southampton, and 4 vendor presentation from Cadence, Mentor, Synopsys and OneSpin. Attendees will gain from the event whether they are just trying to learn how to apply formal verification or expert users.

Places are limited and this event often sells out so we recommend early registration.

Speaker and registration details can be found here.