The 9th International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD.10)
March 15-19, 2010
Rennes and Saint Malo, France

ACP4IS.10

ACP4IS.10 Organizers

Bram Adams Queen's University, Canada
is a post-doctoral fellow in the Software Analysis and Intelligence Lab at Queen's University (Canada), and is also affiliated with the SOFT lab at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium). He obtained his PhD at the GH-SEL lab at Ghent University (Belgium). Bram has a wide range of research interests, ranging from the co-evolution of source code and the build system in general, to advanced separation of concerns, and software visualization. In his PhD, Bram developed a powerful aspect language for C (Aspicere) which he applied to large legacy C systems for reverse-engineering their behavior, re-engineering exception handling idioms and refactoring conditional compilation. Bram served in the program committees of WCRE 2008, ACP4IS 2008 and ACP4IS 2009, and co-organized the first Practices of Linking Aspect Technology and Evolution workshop (associated with AOSD 2009). Bram is a member of the IEEE.
Michael Haupt Hasso Plattner Institut, Germany
is a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer in the Software Architecture Group at Hasso-Plattner-Institut in Potsdam. His research interests are in improving the modularity of complex software system architectures as well as in implementing programming languages, in which latter area his main focus is on faithfully regarding programming paradigms' core mechanisms as primary subjects of language implementation effort. Michael holds a doctoral degree from Technische Universität Darmstadt, where he has worked on the Steamloom virtual machine to provide run-time support for AOP languages. Michael has served as PC member for ECOOP 2008, as reviewer for TAOSD and IEEE TSE, and has been supporting reviewer for the AOSD, ECOOP, ICSE, FSE, MODELS, and VEE conference series. He has co-organized the Dynamic Aspects Workshop series in conjunction with the AOSD conferences, and the Virtual Machines and Intermediate Languages workshop series in conjunction with the AOSD and OOPSLA conferences. Michael is a member of the ACM.
Daniel Lohmann Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
is an assistant professor at the Distributed Systems and Operating Systems group at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. He has been conducting research in the domain of (embedded) operating systems, software-product lines, and aspect-oriented programming since 2003. Daniel holds a doctoral degree from Friedrich-Alexander University; in his PhD he developed CiAO, the first purely aspect-oriented operating system. His current research activities are focused on applying AOP ideas for the fine-grained configuration of nonfunctional properties in system software and the new challenges of the manycore area. Daniel co-organized the MMB 2006 workshop on Nonfunctional Properties of Embedded Systems and the ACP4IS 2008 and 2009 workshops. Before joining the PhD programme at Friedrich-Alexander University he worked as a software developer, consultant and IT trainer. Daniel is a member of the ACM, GI, and EUROSYS.