Petri Nets

Discipline: Computer science
Faculty: Department of Computer and Information Science

Petri nets (named after C. A. Petri) are a well-known and often used structure for the modelling and simulation of different processes in engineering, science, economy and other areas. This course presents a theory for the modelling with Petri nets and different techniques for the analysis of Petri nets. A number of examples enrich the theoretical understanding. Beside elementary Petri nets this course will also deal with Petri net extensions.


– Oct 27, 2021 – Feb 2, 2022


Mon 10:00 AM – 11.30 AM

Tues 17:00 PM – 18:30 PM

Format: Online

Language: English

Student Level: 2nd/3rd Year BA + MA

Number of Places: 5

Number of ECTS: 6

Prerequisites and registration procedures (i.e. language, fee, registration dates)

– Solid knowledge in the fundamentals of Computer Science (Algorithms and Data Structures, Theoretical Computer Science)

Additional Information:

Duration, Application Deadline and How to apply


Application deadline: 11/10/2021

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