WASDETT 2011 Organisers



You can contact the organisers by sending an email to wasdett2011-organizers at listes dot uclouvain dot be.

Mark van den Brand

Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
m.g.j.v.d.brand@tue.nl
http://www.win.tue.nl/˜mvdbrand

Mark van den Brand is full professor in Software Engineering and Technology at the Eindhoven University of Technology. In the past, he was responsible for the design and implementation of the ASF+SDF Meta-Environment, an integrated environment for language prototyping. He has a broad experience in the development of academic software. The lessons learnt in developing academic software and writing papers about tooling, lead to the Experimental Software Toolkit initiative (special issues of the Elsevier journal on Science of Computer Programming (SCP)) of which he was guest editor already four times. Mark is on the editorial board of SCP and president of EAPLS. Mark is or has been involved in the organization of the international conferences SLE2009 and SLE2010. He was also involved in the organization of BENEVOL’2008 and WASDeTT-1/3 and is on the steering committee of LDTA and SLE. He was also PC member for conferences and workshops like SLE, CSMR, Profes, EDOC, WRLA, Rule, LDTA, IWPSE-EVOL, IC-SOFT and is regularly asked as reviewer for ACM, Elsevier and Wiley.

Kim Mens

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
kim.mens@uclouvain.be
http://www.info.ucl.ac.be/˜km
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Kim Mens is full Professor in Computer Science at the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium. He holds the degrees of Licentiate in Mathematics, Licentiate in Computer Science, and a PhD in Computer Science from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. He leads the growing REsearch Laboratory on software Evolution And Software Development Technology (RELEASeD), which focuses on a variety of research topics related to programming technology, languages and tool support for software development. His main research interests include software development and software evolution, with a particular emphasis on the programming aspect and tool support. He is a member of the steering committee of SLE and IWPSE, he has been involved in the organisation of international conferences such as ASE’2010, WCRE’2008, AOSD’2008 and ECOOP’1998 and has co-organized a large variety of workshops like the WOOR workshop series from 2003 until 2007, the WASDeTT workshop series since 2008, the BENEVOL workshop series since 2003, and many more. Most of these were collocated with major international conferences like ECOOP, ICSM and ESEC/FSE and focussed on tools and techniques for software development and evolution. He was also PC member for conferences like IDM, SLE, WCRE, CSMR and ESUG and is regularly asked as reviewer for Elsevier, IEEE, Wiley, ACM and other journals. Together with Mark van den Brand, he was or is guest-editor of the third and fourth Experimental Software Toolkit special issue of the Elsevier journal on Science of Computer Programming (SCP).

Holger M. Kienle

Mälardalen University, Väster°as, Sweden
kienle@cs.uvic.ca
http://holgerkienle.wikispaces.com

Holger M. Kienle is a postdoctoral researcher at Mälardalen University and the University of Victoria, Canada. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Victoria, Canada (2006), a Diploma in Computer Science from the University of Stuttgart, Germany (1999), and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (1995). He received a two year Post Graduate Research Fellowship (1997-1998) from the University of California Santa Barbara to work as a member of Professor Hölzle’s Object-Oriented Compilers group.He was co-organizer of the WASDeTT workshop series. He is general chair of WSE 2011 and was program co-chair of WSE 2010. He has co-organized two workshops at CASCON and ACM SIGDOC, as well as a working session at IEEE WCRE. He has served on the program committees of CSMR, ICSM, ICPC, SEAMS, RELAW, WCRE and WSE.

Pierre-Etienne Moreau

LORIA – Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine – Ecole des Mines de Nancy, France
Pierre-Etienne.Moreau@loria.fr
http://www.loria.fr/˜moreau/

Pierre-Etienne Moreau is full professor in Computer Science at Ecole des Mines de Nancy. He holds an Engineering degree and a PhD in Computer Science. In the past, he was responsible for the design and the development of the ELAN compiler, a tool that compiles term rewriting systems into efficient C programs. Since 2001, he is the main architect, designer and developer of the TOM system, a generic framework that smoothly integrates well founded rule based constructs into general purpose languages like Java. His main research interests include transformation languages, software development and the promotion of formal methods. Pierre-Etienne has been involved in the organization of several workshops. He was also PC member of several conferences and workshops like SLE, CC, LDTA, WRLA, RULE, IWS, etc.