Steven Costiou

Registered user since Mon 30 Sep 2019

Name:Steven Costiou
Bio:

I am an Inria researcher and I work in the RMoD team. Before that, I worked six years in the industry as a software developer in various areas (defense, aerospace, point-of-sale software, etc.). I then did research on unanticipated software adaptation during my PhD at Université de Bretagne Occidentale (France), before becoming a permanent researcher at Inria Lille - Nord Europe.

Today, I am working on finding new ways of debugging. I am interested in the identification and the study of the properties that programming languages and their infrastructure (i.e., virtual machines) must exhibit to support new debugging features that effectively help debugging. This research spans different topics: reflection and meta-programming, object-centric instrumentation, dynamic software adaptation, dynamic languages and virtual machines.

Country:France
Affiliation: INRIA Lille
Personal website:https://kloum.io/costiou/
Research interests:Reflection and meta-programming, Object-centric instrumentation, Dynamic software adaptation, Dynamic language, Debugging.

Contributions

‹Programming› 2021 Author of Sub-method, partial behavioral reflection with Reflectivity: Looking back on 10 years of use within the Research Papers-track
‹Programming› 2020 Author of Sub-method, partial behavioral reflection with Reflectivity: Looking back on 10 years of use within the Research Papers-track
Author of PharoIoT within the Tutorials-track
DLS 2019 Author of Sindarin: a Versatile Scripting API for the Pharo Debugger within the DLS 2019-track
ICSE 2021 Committee Member in Additional Reviewers within the Technical Track-track
PX/18 Author of Collectors within the PX/18-track
LASSY 2017 Author of Dynamic Layers for Extreme Debugging within the LASSY 2017-track