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Name: David H. Lorenz
Bio: David H. Lorenz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Open University of Israel. He is currently a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science, Technion—Israel Institute of Technology.
His research interests include aspect-oriented software engineering and programming, particularly involving domain specific languages. He is the Chair of the Aspect-Oriented Software Association, a non-profit organization whose mission is to be the primary sponsor for the annual Conference on Modularity.
Prof. Lorenz received his PhD in computer science from the Technion—Israel Institute of Technology. He’s a member of the ACM and a member of the IEEE. Contact him at the Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Open University of Israel, Raanana 43107, Israel; email@example.com.
Affiliation: Open University and Technion IIT
Personal website: http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/people/dhlorenz/
Research interests: Aspect-oriented software engineering and programming, particularly involving domain specific languages.
Modularity 2016 Activities
- Author of Toward Disposable Domain-Specific Aspect Languages within the FOAL 2016-track in FOAL 2016
- Author of Toward Practical Language Oriented Modularity within the Language Modularity-track in LaMOD'16
- Session Chair of LaMOD Workshop Session 1 (part of LaMOD'16)
- Author of Session VII: Panel - Modularity Across the System Stack: Challenges and Opportunities (*Note: this panel session could be extended until 17:45) within the MASS 2016-track in MASS 2016
- Author of Workshop Introduction within the Language Modularity-track in LaMOD'16
- Committee Member in Program Committee for Modularity 2016 MIP Award 2006
- Committee Member in Organizing Committee for LaMOD'16 Language Modularity
- Committee Member in Steering Committee for Modularity 2016
- Author of Workshop Conclusion within the Language Modularity-track in LaMOD'16
- Author of Session VI: Systems and Aspects - Application-Specific Language-Oriented Modularity: A Case Study of the oVirt Project within the MASS 2016-track in MASS 2016
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