Online seminars "Wednesday Nights of Petri Nets and their Extensions"
19:00 (Moscow time)
Modeling and Describing Behavior along Multiple Behavioral Dimensions
Assistant Professor, Analytics for Information Systems group at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Join the seminar using Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91094424298
Year 2021 has started… And it also seems that the COVID-19 pandemic will keep on raging all around the world for quite a bit. With that much of uncertainty, why not to spend lockdown evenings with a cup of warm tea and in the company of world-class researchers?
Petri nets have been at the core of concurrency for more than 50 years. Many valuable, foundational properties were discovered for ordinary P/T-nets, in turn allowing them to be used for modelling and analysing complex systems. At the same time, ordinary P/T-nets are not expressive enough to attack concrete theoretical and industrial problems. This pushes both researchers and practitioners towards finding extensions that suit better their tasks.
WN-PNE is a virtual event that brings together Petri net researches and enthusiasts from all around the world working on the theory and practice of Petri nets and their extensions (data-aware, multi-agent, algebraic/logic, time etc.). The focus of the event is to present ongoing research as well as more foundational contributions to the domain, and provide opportunities for discussion on possible future developments. We also hope that WN-PNE will inspire young researchers and help to foster new collaborations.
The talks are planned to happen every Wednesday at 19:00 (Moscow time) in a dedicated Zoom meeting (the link will be provided to all registered participants in advance and published at this page), starting on Wednesday, February 3. The seminars will continue until the end of March. Each talk will last for 1 hour with additional time given for question answering, and its recording will be made public on this webpage.