h. muegge, e. tanter, j. dedecker, c.v. lopes, p. cherrier

Holger Mügge 

received an MS degree from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. He coordinates a research group on Software Architecture & Middleware at the Institute of Computer Science III of the University of Bonn and is in charge of a research project on context-sensitive intelligence. His interests also include agile methods for software engineering as well as simulation and modelling. Additionally he has worked as independent coach for various subjects and techniques in the field of software engineering. He co-organized the OT4AmI workshops at ECOOP and the SEPS workshop at IEEE-ICPS in 2006.

Éric Tanter

is assistant professor at the University of Chile. His research focuses on programming paradigms for adaptable systems, in particular reflection, metaprogramming and aspect-oriented programming. He is working on multi-language AOP, experimenting with new aspect language constructs, studying aspect interactions, and applying aspects in specific contexts, such as concurrent and context-aware programming. He co-organized several workshops on Ambient Intelligence and Pervasive Computing (OT4AmI at ECOOP'06 and SEPS at ICPS'06), as well as Aspect-Oriented Programming (ODAL at AOSD'06, DSAL at GPCE'06 and AOSD'07). He served as PC member for SAC'06 and '07, NODe'06, Software Composition'07, and DAIS'07. He is co-chair of Software Composition'08.

Jessie Dedecker

is a postdoctoral research assistant at the Programming Technology Lab of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. His research focuses on distributed programming languages for Mobile, Pervasive and Ambient Computing. His current research interests include adaptable programming languages and their evaluators, meta-programming and distributed programming.

Cristina Videira Lopes

is an Associate Professor in the School of Information and Computer Sciences, Department of Informatics, of the University of California, Irvine. Before UCI, she worked for several years at Xerox PARC, where she was a founding member of the group that developed Aspect-Oriented Programming and AspectJ. Her interests include the design of programming languages for better software development, communication mechanisms in Ubicomp networks, and programming models for dealing with the intertwined aspects of ubiquitous and pervasive systems. She has extensive experience in organizing workshops and conferences, having been the principal organizer of a series of AOP-related workshops at ECOOP and other conferences between 1997 and 2000. She served as program committee member for ECOOP, AOSD, OOPSLA, IEEE Percom, and numerous other conferences and workshops. In particular, she served as General Conference Chair for Ubicomp 2007, and now serves as Program Committee Chair for the OOPSLA'07 Onward! Track.

Pascal Cherrier

received an MS Degree in telecommunications from the Université Paris VII (1990) and in computer sciences from the Université de Nantes (1997). He has been a researcher at France Telecom since 1991. He first worked as a software developer about corporate networks optimisation. He is currently mostly interested in formal techniques for the software of mobile phones and multimodal services. He co-organized the workshop OT4AmI at ECOOP 2005 and ECOOP ´06, the predecessor of this proposal, and a workshop about Software Engineering for Pervasive Services at the International Conference on Pervasive Services ICPS ´06.


may 20, 2007 - submission

may 31, 2007 - notification

june 15, 2007 - early registration

june 22, 2007 - final version

july 30, 2007 - ot4ami workshop

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