Welcome to the Trustworthy Intelligent Systems group website. The group mainly focuses on the application of formal methods on several scenarios of practical interests, like analysis of programs, verification of neural networks, and hardware correctness.
- Paper accepted in JSS
- Paper accepted at TACAS’23
- Paper accepted in IPL
- Paper accepted at VSTTE’22
- Paper accepted at SEFM’22
The TIS group is led by Zhilin Wu and Lijun Zhang, assisted by 4 faculty members and several master and Ph.D students in its research and teaching activities.
More information about the members of the TIS group can be found in the group members page.
The TIS group is very active in several research field and is focused on applying formal methods to several practical problems, such as the verification of AI and neural networks, probabilistic model checking, the verification of RISC-V hardware, and software analysis. The research is resulted in a number of publications, supported by several projects, providing new theoretical results that are supported and confirmed by tools developed by the groups members.
Please check the research directions and tools page for more details.
Besides their research duties, the TIS group members are also in charge of giving courses on different topics. They lecture on discrete mathematics to first-year undergraduate students and on formal methods, reinforce learning, and algorithm design and analysis to graduate students.
The TIS group members enjoy to take part to several other activities, such as reading groups with the students and badminton matches together with the several visitors the group is happy to host.