This course gives an introduction to computational logic, i.e.,
to those aspects of logic that can be supported by software or are relevant for
software development: satisfiability solving in
propositional logic, computer-supported and fully automated proving in
first-order logic, and decision procedures for certain (combinations of)
logical theories.

- Lecturer: Nikolaj Popov
- Lecturer: Wolfgang Schreiner

This exercises lecture is an extension for the main course on Algorithms and Data Structures. It will provide the opportunity for putting into practice all the subjects discussed during the course, both by implementing, analysing, optimizing the presented algorithms, and by exploring additional use cases and new algorithms.

- Teacher: Cleopatra Pau

This course gives a survey on the use of formal methods for the development of reliable software using freely available tools.

- Lecturer: Wolfgang Schreiner

This seminar discusses techniques and tools for formal methods and/or automated reasoning such as formal specification languages, program verification systems, model checkers, interactive proof assistants, automated theorem provers, satisfiability solvers, decision procedures, etc.

- Lecturer: Temur Kutsia
- Lecturer: Wolfgang Schreiner
- Lecturer: Wolfgang Windsteiger