Konstantin Läufer

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Name:Konstantin Läufer

Konstantin Läufer is a professor of computer science at Loyola University Chicago. He earned a PhD in computer science from the Courant Institute at New York University in 1992. His research interests include programming languages, software architecture, and distributed and pervasive computing, with applications in bioinformatics, environmental science, and digital humanities. Konstantin’s research has been funded by government agencies and corporations, and he is a co-inventor on two Lucent Technologies patents.

Country:United States
Affiliation:Loyola University Chicago
Personal website:http://laufer.cs.luc.edu
Research interests:programming languages and systems, software architecture, distributed and pervasive computing, cyber-physical systems


ASE 2022 Author of Snapshot Metrics Are Not Enough: Analyzing Software Repositories with Longitudinal Metrics within the Tool Demonstrations-track
Scala 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Scala-track
Scala 2019 Author of Tests as Maintainable Assets Via Auto-generated Spies within the Scala 2019-track