• 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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Cliff B. Jones

Reasoning about Interference (or Lack Thereof)


Evgenia Ternovska

An Algebra of Modular Systems


Johannes Hölzl

Markov chains and Markov decision processes in Isabelle/HOL


Pierre Bourhis

A Formal Study of Collaborative Access Control in Distributed Datalog


Keren Censor-Hillel

Distributed Algorithms as Combinatorial Structures


Maria Gorinova

Termination proving


Turing Machine Award 2012

On the occasion of Alan Turing’s 100th birthday, the Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms (VCLA) awards the Turing Machine Award 2012.

Pre-doc position in theoretical computer science

FWF (Austrian Science Fund) project “Algorithms and Complexity of Constraint Languages” at Vienna University of Technology

National Research Network Rigorous Systems Engineering – PhD and Postdoc Positions

The RiSE Network is looking for several postdocs and PhD students in formal methods, systems engineering and related fields such as programming languages and distributed systems.

Formal Methods in Systems Enginnering Group: Ten PhD and PostDoc positions

The Formal Methods in Systems Engineering Group at Vienna University of Technology offers 10 PhD/PostDoc positions.