Concurrency is the area of Computer Science focusing on understanding, working with, and programming such complex and distributed systems. It combines different expertise ranging from the usage of Logic to make the study of systems precise and safe, to the usage of industrial tools that fully automate their deployment.
"Many of my students like the dialogue, others don’t and I respect that. It is important for students to be able to be themselves," says Luís Cruz-Filipe, Assistant Professor in Computer Science.
The Concurrency and Logic group at SDU is a dynamic and growing environment, whose members are excited about taming the complexity of big, highly interacting and distributed systems. We approach the research problems in our area from different angles, ranging from the more theoretical to the more applied perspectives, and have strong ties to industry.
The Master's degree programme in Computer science at SDU allows you to choose most of your courses according to your personal interests. In the academic year 2019/2020, we will be offering the following courses within the area of Concurrency & Logic, which address different aspects of the subject area.
Master Thesis projects
The following are examples of previous Master Thesis topics within the area of Concurrency & Logic:
- Foundational aspects of choreographic programming
- A formal programming model for Bitcoin transactions
- Packaging microservices
Who teaches Concurrency & Logic?
Fabrizio Montesi is on a mission to revolutionize the world of computing with better programming languages, mathematical models, and tools to program the computer networks of the future. It is hard, daunting, and probably overambitious. The thought makes him smile every time.
Jacopo Mauro has always been fascinated by the interplay and interaction between concurrent systems and hard combinatorial problem solving. This led him from theoretical investigations on programming languages for distributed systems to the development of tools to optimize and automate application deployment.
Luís Cruz-Filipe has always enjoyed solving logical and mathematical puzzles. He combines this passion with his research by approaching problems in theoretical computer science in a creative manner, often using ideas from logic.