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{{Header | Conferences and journals in which I am involved}}
 
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:* (conferences, ordered backwards by deadline): [https://pldi18.sigplan.org PLDI'18], [http://fscdconference.org/editions/fscd-2018/ FSCD'18], WRLA'18, [http://popl18.sigplan.org/home POPL'18], [http://ase2017.org/ ASE'17] (general chair), [http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/conferences/fscd2017/ FSCD'17], [http://2017.ecoop.org/home ECOOP'17], [http://coalg.org/mfps-calco2017/cfp-calco.html CALCO'17], [http://icse2017.gatech.edu/ ICSE'17]
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:* (conferences, ordered backwards by deadline): [https://pldi18.sigplan.org PLDI'18], [http://www.cs.le.ac.uk/events/fscd2018/ FSCD'18], WRLA'18, [http://popl18.sigplan.org/home POPL'18], [http://ase2017.org/ ASE'17] (general chair), [http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/conferences/fscd2017/ FSCD'17], [http://2017.ecoop.org/home ECOOP'17], [http://coalg.org/mfps-calco2017/cfp-calco.html CALCO'17], [http://icse2017.gatech.edu/ ICSE'17]
 
:* (journals): [http://www.journals.elsevier.com/the-journal-of-logic-and-algebraic-programming Journal of Logic and Algebraic Programming]
 
:* (journals): [http://www.journals.elsevier.com/the-journal-of-logic-and-algebraic-programming Journal of Logic and Algebraic Programming]
  
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::* Are data races something that really annoy you? Do you suspect your tests are non-deterministic and sometimes fail because of a data race that you were not able to catch yet?  Find it using our [http://runtimeverification.com/predict RV-Predict tool], which implements our maximal causal model approach in [http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2594291.2594315 PLDI'14] and [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35632-2_16 RV'12].  It gives you the peace of mind that it is the best you can do dynamically without false alarms.
 
::* Are data races something that really annoy you? Do you suspect your tests are non-deterministic and sometimes fail because of a data race that you were not able to catch yet?  Find it using our [http://runtimeverification.com/predict RV-Predict tool], which implements our maximal causal model approach in [http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2594291.2594315 PLDI'14] and [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35632-2_16 RV'12].  It gives you the peace of mind that it is the best you can do dynamically without false alarms.
 
::* Are you fed up with the lack of portability of your C code, due to undefined behaviors?  Do you want bug-free C code?  Then try our [http://runtimeverification.com/match RV-Match tool], which builds upon our [https://github.com/kframework/c-semantics formal ISO C11 semantics] in [http://kframework.org K] published in [http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2813885.2737979 PLDI'15] and [http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2103656.2103719 POPL'12].  It is already showing [https://runtimeverification.com/match/1.0-SNAPSHOT/docs/benchmark/ better results] than the best static analysis tools and it reports no false alarms.
 
::* Are you fed up with the lack of portability of your C code, due to undefined behaviors?  Do you want bug-free C code?  Then try our [http://runtimeverification.com/match RV-Match tool], which builds upon our [https://github.com/kframework/c-semantics formal ISO C11 semantics] in [http://kframework.org K] published in [http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2813885.2737979 PLDI'15] and [http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2103656.2103719 POPL'12].  It is already showing [https://runtimeverification.com/match/1.0-SNAPSHOT/docs/benchmark/ better results] than the best static analysis tools and it reports no false alarms.
::* [[K Project Needs Professional Developers | '''<span style=color:red> Join RV and the K Team!</span>''']]
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::* [http://www.kframework.org/index.php/K_Project_Needs_Professional_Developers '''<span style=color:red> Join RV and the K Team!</span>''']
  
 
{{Header | Other links}}
 
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:* [[Grigore Rosu's Resource Page | Useful, Interesting, Fun]]
 
:* [[Grigore Rosu's Resource Page | Useful, Interesting, Fun]]

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Grigore Rosu
Professor of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Runtime Verification, Inc.
  • Are data races something that really annoy you? Do you suspect your tests are non-deterministic and sometimes fail because of a data race that you were not able to catch yet? Find it using our RV-Predict tool, which implements our maximal causal model approach in PLDI'14 and RV'12. It gives you the peace of mind that it is the best you can do dynamically without false alarms.
  • Are you fed up with the lack of portability of your C code, due to undefined behaviors? Do you want bug-free C code? Then try our RV-Match tool, which builds upon our formal ISO C11 semantics in K published in PLDI'15 and POPL'12. It is already showing better results than the best static analysis tools and it reports no false alarms.
  • Join RV and the K Team!
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