Scottish Theorem Proving
Theorem proving research is notably strong in Scottish universities, with
active groups and researchers in at least six departments. The Scottish
Theorem Proving Seminar Series provides a common venue for communication
and sharing of ideas by all these researchers. At least once a term, one of
the departments hosts an informal seminar for the whole Scottish theorem
proving community. The usual format is to have two or three talks in an
afternoon session, starting around 14:00 and finishing by 17:00. This
deliberately lightweight format makes the seminar an easy day trip for
everyone from across Scotland.
A mailing list exists for disseminating information to the Scottish Theorem
Proving community. The primary aim of this list is to announce events in
the seminar series. To reduce traffic, the list is moderated and will
accept only messages of relevance to the Scottish community
specifically. General conference announcements and other information often
distributed elsewhere will not be accepted.
To send a message to the list, email it to
to access the stp member web page.
From this page, you can get information about the list. You can also subscribe
or unsubscribe and look at the archives.
The Scottish Theorem Proving groups/departments
Applied Formal Methods Group, University of Stirling
Dependable Systems Group, Heriot-Watt University
FATA Group, Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow
Programming Languages, Semantics and Logic, University of Dundee
Mathematical Reasoning Group and other people in the
School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Mathematically Structured Programming Group, University of Strathclyde
Computational Logic Group, University of St Andrews
[ maintained by
Dependable Systems Group,
School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences
Heriot-Watt University ]