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  About the Organizers

Pascal Costanza has a Ph.D. degree from the University of Bonn, Germany, and works as a research assistant at the Programming Technology Lab of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. His past involvements include specification and implementation of the languages Gilgul and Lava, and the design and application of the JMangler framework for load-time transformation of Java class files. He has also implemented ContextL, the first programming language extension for Context-oriented Programming based on CLOS, and aspect-oriented extensions for CLOS. He has also co-organized numerous workshops on Unanticipated Software Evolution, Aspect-oriented Programming, Object Technology for Ambient Intelligence, Lisp, and redefinition of computing.

  Richard P. Gabriel received a PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1981, and an MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College in 1998. He has been a researcher at Stanford University, company president and Chief Technical Officer at Lucid, Inc., vice president of Development at ParcPlace-Digitalk, a management consultant for several startups, a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, and Consulting Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. He is a Distinguished Engineer at IBM Research, looking into the architecture, design, and implementation of extraordinarily large, self-sustaining systems as well as development techniques for building them. Until recently he was President of the Hillside Group, a nonprofit that nurtures the software patterns community. He is on Hillside's Board of Directors. He has published more than 100 scientific, technical, and semi-popular papers, articles, and essays on computing. He has won several awards, including the AAAI/ACM Allen Newell Award.
  Robert Hirschfeld is a Professor of Computer Science at the Hasso-Plattner-Institut at the University of Potsdam. There he founded and leads the Software Architecture Group which is concerned with fundamental elements and structures of software. Methods and tools are developed for improving the comprehension and design of large complex systems. Robert Hirschfeld was a senior researcher with DoCoMo Euro-Labs, the European research facility of NTT DoCoMo Japan where he worked on infrastructure components for next generation mobile communication systems with a focus on dynamic service adaptation and context-oriented programming. Prior to joining DoCoMo Euro-Labs, he was a principal engineer at Windward Solutions in Sunnyvale, California. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science form the Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany.
  Jorge Vallejos is a PhD student at the Programming Technology Laboratory of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. He has had active participation in the organization of the First International Symposium on Software Variability: a Programmers’ Perspective, SVPP 2008 (main organizer) and the Seventh International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development, AOSD 2008. His research is focused on language design and implementation for distributed context-aware computing which has been applied to the flemish project of Context-Driven Adaptation of Mobile Services, the DoCoMo Euro-Labs project on Context-Oriented Programming, and the Belgian project on Variability in Software-Intensive Product Development.
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