Prof. DAVID GARLAN
Carnegie Mellon University
Title: "Software Architectures for Task-Oriented Computing"
David Garlan is Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, where he leads several research projects and is the Director of Professional Software Engineering Programs. His research interests include: software architecture, pervasive computing, self-healing systems, applied formal methods and software development environments.
Dr. Garlan is a member of Computer Science Department and the Institute for Software Research International in the School of Computer Science.
Get the Slides
Prof. RON MORRISON
University of St. Andrews
Title: "An Active Architecture Approach to Dynamic Systems Co-evolution"
Ron Morrison is the head of School of the computer science department of the University of St. Andrews and the inventor of the S-algol programming language. Ron is also heavily involved with local athletics, coaching the University Cross-Country team as well as young, up and coming local athletes.
Prof. MICHAEL P. PAPAZOGLOU
University of Tilburg
Title: "What's in a service?"
Mike Papazoglou holds the chair of Computer Science and is director of the INFOLAB at the Univ. of Tilburg in the Netherlands. He is also an honorary professor at the University of Trento in Italy. He has served on several international committees and on the editorial board of nine international scientific journals and is co-editor in charge of the MIT book series on Information Systems. He has chaired numerous well-known international scientific conferences in Computer Science. Get the Slides