Kim Mens

Registered user since Wed 2 Mar 2016

Name: Kim Mens

Bio: Kim Mens is full Professor in Computer Science at UCL university in Belgium, where he leads the RELEASeD research laboratory on software evolution and software development technology. He holds the degrees of Licentiate in Mathematics, Licentiate in Computer Science, and PhD in Computer Science. His main research interests include software development, software maintenance, software evolution and context-oriented programming with a particular emphasis on programming languages and tool support.

Country: Belgium

Affiliation: Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Personal website: http://www.uclouvain.be/kim.mens

Research interests: software engineering, software evolution, software development tools, software maintenance, programming languages, object-oriented programming, context-oriented programming, program analysis, source code mining

Contributions

COP 2019Author of Implementation of a Feature-Based Context-Oriented Programming Language within the COP 2019-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the COP 2019-track
‹Programming› 2019Author of A Language-Parametric Toolchain for Mining Idiomatic Code Patterns within the Demos-track
COP 2018Committee Member in Program Committee within the COP-track
Author of Feature Visualiser: an Inspection Tool for Context-Oriented Programmers within the COP-track
LASSY 2018Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the LASSY 2018 (cancelled)-track
META 2017Committee Member in Program Committee within the Meta 2017-track
COP 2017Organizing Committee in Organizing Committee within the COP-17-track
LASSY 2017Author of Managing the Context Interaction Problem : A Classification of Conflict Resolution Techniques in Dynamically Adaptive Software Systems within the LASSY 2017-track
Author of Discussion and closing remarks within the LASSY 2017-track
Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the LASSY 2017-track
Co-chair of Welcome within the LASSY 2017-track
Parsing@SLE 2016Author of Context-Sensitive Parsing Through Stateful Parsing within the Parsing@SLE-track
COP 2016Author of A Context-Oriented Software Architecture within the COP-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the COP-track
LASSY 2016Author of A Taxonomy of Context-Aware Software Variability Approaches within the LASSY 2016-track
ECOOP and ISSTAAuthor of Feature Visualiser: an Inspection Tool for Programmers in Context-Oriented Programming within the Posters-track
SLE 2016Author of Taming Context-Sensitive Languages with Principled Stateful Parsing within the SLE-track
SLE 2015Author of Parsing Expression Grammars Made Practical within the SLE-track