Toni Mattis

Registered user since Tue 1 Sep 2015

Name: Toni Mattis

Country: Germany

Affiliation: Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam

Personal website: https://www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/hirschfeld/people/mattis/index.html

Research interests: Software modularity, metrics, exploratory and live programming environments, repository mining

Contributions

ECOOP 2020Student Volunteer Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
Committee Member in External Review Committee within the Research Papers-track
META 2019Author of Ambiguous, Informal, and Unsound: Metaprogramming for Naturalness within the META 2019-track
PX/19Author of Faster Feedback through Lexical Test Prioritization within the PX/19-track
‹Programming› 2019Student Volunteer Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
Student Volunteer Co-Chair in Organizing committee within the Student Volunteers-track
COP 2018Author of Activity Contexts: Improving Modularity in Blockchain-based Smart Contracts using Context-oriented Programming within the COP-track
PX/18Author of Do Java Programmers Write Better Python? – Studying Off-Language Code Quality on GitHub within the PX/18-track
PX/17.2Author of Living in your Programming Environment: Enabling Exploratory Programming for Productivity Tools within the PX/17.2-track
Author of Towards Concept-aware Programming Environments for Guiding Software Modularity within the PX/17.2-track
‹Programming› 2018Author of Mining Concepts from Code using Community Detection within the Student Research Competition-track
‹Programming› 2017Author of Edit Transactions: Dynamically Scoped Change Sets for Controlled Updates in Live Programming within the Research Papers-track
COP 2016Author of Transaction Layers: Controlling Granularity of Change in Live Programming Environments using COP within the COP-track
PX 2016Author of How Live are Live Programming Systems? – Benchmarking the Response Times of Live Programming Environments. within the PX-track
Onward! 2015Author of Columnar Objects: Improving the Performance of Analytical Applications within the Onward! Papers-track