Our annual Testing and Verification (TAV) Symposium brings together academia and industry in an open environment to exchange ideas and showcase the top experts from testing and verification scientific research and practice.
This year, the fifth annual TAV Symposium will be held virtually from Wednesday, December 1, through Thursday, December 2, 2021. The event is open to all testing and verification practitioners and researchers and is free to attend. The symposium’s agenda will include 10 talks that will offer opportunities for Q&A via the event platform.
Those interested in attending may submit their registration request below.
“My team, Sapienz, is collaborating with previous speakers on the ideas discussed at last year’s TAV symposium,” says Facebook Software Engineer Yue Jia. “The symposium is a great venue to share the challenges we are facing and to stimulate the technology transfer of research results to software testing and verification practices.”
Jia continues: “Beyond the great presentations, I enjoyed the discussions among the various testing and verification communities from last year’s TAV Symposium. The symposium offers an open platform to bridge research and practice in software testing, verification, and validation.”
“The TAV Symposium is a unique venue in the conference landscape where testing and verification, industry and academia, and theory and practice all meet as one community realizing their shared goal: raising everyone’s confidence in software,” says Software Engineer Jules Villard. “I cannot wait to meet this year’s TAV community and discover new collaboration opportunities.”
Below is the list of confirmed speakers, which can also be found on the registration page. Leading up to the event, as additional speakers are confirmed, they will be added to the registration site.
Viktor Malík (Brno University of Technology)
Ke Mao (WhatsApp)
Azalea Raad (Imperial College London)
Tao Xie (Peking University)
Chunyang Chen (Monash University)
Isabel Min Li (Imperial College London)
Kinga Bojarczuk (Facebook)
Sébastien Bardin (Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique)
Raphaël Monat (Sorbonne Université)
Noam Zilberstein (Cornell University)
For more information about speakers, including full bios and topics, visit the registration page.