KTH Joins Swedsoft

KTH just joined Swedsoft, an independent non-profit organization with the mission to increase the competitiveness of Swedish software. More info: https://www.swedsoft.se/en/2020/02/13/kth-joins-swedsoft/    

Cooperation between CASTOR and CDIS Centres on 3 PhD Thesis

The newly created KTH Centre for Cyber Defense and Information Security, and the CASTOR research centre, have launched cooperation via 3 new PhD thesis proposals. In the following you can find short descriptions of them.   Verified System Software: A...

CASTOR Talks at the upcoming Swedish SAST Conference

SAST, the Swedish Association for Software Testing, is organising a conference on the following theme: "Shift Happens - Learn new way of thinking and make a difference in the future organisations". Professors Benoit Baudry and Karl Meinke from CASTOR will be giving...

First Prize in a Code Poetry Competition!

Our research engineer affiliated to CASTOR, Nadia Campo Woytuk, won the first prize in a code poetry competition!   Here the announcement on Facebook. More info about the contest: https://www.sourcecodepoetry.com/

Distinguished Artifact Award

Elias Castegren (post-doc researcher in David Broman's group) and his colleague Kiko Fernandez-Reyes from Uppsala received a distinguished artifact award at the ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE) two weeks ago for their paper...

New VR Grant for a CASTOR Researcher

Cyrille Artho has received a new VR grant for his project TEMOS (Temporal monitoring of smart contracts). Smart contracts are computer programs which execute on top of blockchains to manage the flow of funds, exchange of assets, and transfer of digital rights between...