Lince: Lightweight Prototyping of Hybrid Programs


Hybrid programs combine classical program constructs with differential equations, and thus naturally appear in a wide range of application domains, from biology and control theory to software engineering. This ability to entangle discrete and continuous behaviour, however, yields aspects unusual to computer science and renders the formal design of hybrid programs a difficult task, not properly handled by the current programming theory and practices.

Renato Neves
Renato Neves
Postdoc Researcher

Renato Neves is a Auxiliar Professor at University of Minho and a researcher at INESC TEC. His main focus are on (quantitative) syntax and semantics of programming languages, typically in the setting of cyber-physical and quantum computing.