The laboratory aims at intensifying the basic and applied research in the area of parallel and distributed methods for the specification, modelling, analysis, and verification of parallel and distributed systems. The mainspring of the research is the development and application of theories which underlie mentioned system development activities. The objective is to bridge the gap between academics and industry by exploiting academically well-founded formal methods and by promoting theory formation in the academic sense on the major issues of selected industrial areas. We want to come-up with practical solutions and tooling to address the needs found in current and innovative development industry projects.


With DIVINE we focus on the development of new original methods and techniques for the automated verification and analysis of large-scale computer systems, with emphasis on practical aspects of their application, and applying these and other already known methods and techniques to real-life systems, optimizing these techniques to make them sufficiently efficient, and providing software support to use them.
RoFI is an open-hardware platform of modular robots. The platform is designed for building larger robots (RoFIBots) from a small number of module types. The project deals both with hardware realization and software solutions. RoFI aims for bridging the gap between theory (control, synthesis, and reconfiguration) and practice (communication protocols, software, and hardware implementation).


Faculty of Informatics / ParaDiSe
Botanicka 68a
Brno, Czech Republic
Phone: +420 549 491 869
Room A416
e-mail: paradise (at)

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