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James Worrell James Worrell
Professor of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
Fellow of Green Templeton College
Office: 416 Wolfson Building
Address: Department of Computer Science,
Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QD, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1865 273 843 / Fax: +44 (0)1865 273 839

      Logic in computer science; linear dynamical systems; automated verification
      EPSRC Established-Career Fellowship: Verification of Linear Dynamical Systems
      Publications (See also DBLP)
      Short CV

Recent Papers:
      On the Skolem Problem for Continuous Linear Dynamical Systems. (with V. Chonev and J. Ouaknine). Submitted.
      The Polyhedral Escape Problem is Decidable. (with J. Ouaknine and J, Sousa-Pinto). Submitted.
      Proving the Herman Protocol Conjecture. (with M. Bruna, R. Grigore, S. Kiefer and J. Ouaknine). Submitted.
      On the Complexity of Linear Arithmetic with Divisibility. (with A. Lechner and J. Ouaknine). LICS 2015.
      Linear Recurrence Sequences and Loop Termination. (with J. Ouaknine). ACM SIGLOG News, April 2015.
      Three Variables Suffice for Real-Time Logic (with T. Antonopoulos, P. Hunter and S. Raza). FOSSACS 2015.
      On the Complexity of Matrix Powering in Low Dimensions (with E. Galby and J. Ouaknine). STACS 2015.
      The Polyhedron-Hitting Problem (with V. Chonev and J. Ouaknine). SODA 2015.
      On Termination of Integer Linear Loops (with J. Ouaknine and J. Sousa-Pinto). SODA 2015.
      Complexity of Equivalence and Learning for Multiplicity Tree Automata (with I. Marusic). MFCS 2014.
      Ultimate Positivity is Decidable for Simple Linear Recurrence Sequences (with J. Ouaknine). ICALP 2014.
      Effecitve Positivity Problems for Simple Linear Recurrence Sequences (with J. Ouaknine). ICALP 2014.
      Positivity Problems for Low-Order Linear Recurrence Sequences (with J. Ouaknine). SODA 2014.

Program Committees
      33rd Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science (STACS 2016)
      24th Annual Conference on Computer Science Logic (CSL 2015)

Invited Talks
      AutoMathA 2015. Leipzig, May 6-9, 2015
      CONCUR+FORMATS+QEST 2015. Madrid, September 1-4, 2015
      FICS 2015. Berlin, September 11-12, 2015
      RP 2015. Warsaw, September 21-23, 2015
      FSTTCS 2015. Bangalore, December 16-18, 2015
      AVERTS 2015. Bangalore, December 19, 2015

      Michaelmas 2015: Computational Learning Theory
      Hilary 2016: Logic and Proof

Graduate Students
      Antonia Lechner
      Ines Marusic
      Joao Sousa-Pinto
      Ventsislav Chonev (now with the Chatterjee Group, IST Austria)