• Vienna Ball of Sciences 2018

    Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms (VCLA) of the Faculty of Informatics, respecting the tradition of its co-founder Helmut Veith, is once again partnering up with the Vienna Ball of Sciences, which is going to take place on January 27, 2018 – starting at 8 pm in the splendid ball room of Vienna’s […]

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  • Video Competition: Algorithms in 60 Seconds

    Can you imagine life without algorithms? Already thinking about the future? We are not able to put an age limit on playfully learning about algorithms and fostering computational thinking. However our video competition will need to. Read more on competition for middle and high school pupils „Algorithms in 60 Seconds“ (German: Jugend-Wettbewerb „Algorithmen […]

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  • Reach VCLA ―Enrich Social Media

    Social media constitute  an important medium for disseminating information. To achieve the spill over effect of the knowledge accumulated within the constituting research groups of VCLA and to connect their members with the network of stakeholders and the general public, VCLA is expanding the channels within the digital community.

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  • ALGO 2017 Congress on Algorithms

    This September, the premier annual gathering on algorithms in Europe took place in the science hub of central Europe – Vienna.

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Talks

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Nov
7

Victor Dalmau

Approximation of MIN CSP

Oct
27

Johannes Kinder

High System-Code Security with Low Overhead

Oct
24

Tomáš Vojnar

Abstraction Refinement and Antichains for Trace Inclusion of Infinite State Systems

Oct
20

Evgenij Thorstensen

Self join elimination and new notions of query containment

Sep
20

Jörg Rothe

Economics and Computation: Five Challenges in Algorithmic Game Theory, Computational Social Choice, and Fair Division

Jun
30

Martin Schäf

Classifying Bugs with Interpolants

News

Helmut Veith receives CAV Award

VCLA Co-Chair is one of the recipients of prestigious annual award

First edition of the VCLA International Student Awards

Four winners in two award categories were celebrated on May 15, 2015.

PostDoc position within the project “Oligomorphic clones”

The position will initially be for one year, but the project will be running until 4/2018 and prolongation of the position is negotiable.

Postdoc position in Parameterized Complexity at Vienna University of Technology, Austria

There is an opening for a fully funded postdoc position for the duration of two years at the Vienna University of Technology.

Funded PhD position in Quantified Boolean Formula (QBF) solving

There is an opening for a funded PhD position in Quantified Boolean Formula (QBF) solving at the Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria.

VCLA International Student Awards

The Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms announces the first edition of the VCLA International Student Awards