Second SeReCo Workshop in Nuremberg

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On 17th and 18th of July 2023, the second workshop of the SeReCo doctoral college took place at Forschungscampus Waischenfeld, Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen, near Nuremberg, organized by the Chair of Technical Information Systems. SeReCo is a graduate school gathering researchers to explore the synergy between the research domains of Web Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI), funded by Deutsch-Französische-Hochschule DFH / Université franco-allemande. As in last year’s edition, PhD students had the chance to present, discuss, meet, and get feedback from a total of seventeen participants of SeReCo, coming from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Ecole des Mines Saint-Étienne, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Universität St. Gallen.

This year’s SeReCo workshop included a keynote from Brian Logan, from Universiteit Utrecht, on “Synthesising Provably Correct Programs for Cyber-Physical Systems”.

From our chair Michael Freund, Justus Fries, Zhou Gui, Daniel Henselmann, and Daniel Schraudner gave talks on their topics. Rene Dorsch, Marco Hauff, and Tim Strobel presented their work in the poster session. Michael Freund, Sebastian Schmid, and Daniel Schraudner were responsible as local organizers.