My new paper, accepted for presentation at the 39th International Conference on Formal Techniques for Distributed Objects, Components, and Systems, describes a case study in which I applied FACTum to verify persistency of blocks in Blockchain Architectures.
I’m just back from a Lorentz Center Workshop on Dynamics of Multi-Agent Systems where I was presenting my work on the verification of dynamic architectures.
I just prepared a summary of my research for SE 2019. A preprint is available here. In addition you can download a poster of my overall research here. Feel free to leave a comment!
Our proposal for FMBC got accepted at FM 2019.
With this newly proposed workshop, we want to discuss and identify possibilities and limitations of Formal Methods to provide a more rigorous approach to Blockchain. We invite authors to submit papers related to the use of FMs techniques and tools for blockchain technology.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Formal models of blockchain applications or concepts
- Formal methods for consensus protocols
- Formal methods for blockchain-specific cryptographic primitives or protocols
- Formal languages for Smart Contracts
- Verification of Smart Contracts
We look forward to your contribution!
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- On page FACTum you can find more details about my approach for the axiomatic specification of dynamic architectures as well as its implementation in Eclipse/EMF.