SAS 2020
Wed 18 - Fri 20 November 2020 Online Conference
co-located with SPLASH 2020
Eelco Visser

Registered user since Wed 19 Mar 2014

Name: Eelco Visser

Bio: Eelco Visser is Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor of Computer Science and chair of the Programming Languages Group at Delft University of Technology. His current research is on the foundation and implementation of declarative specification of programming languages. He studied at the University of Amsterdam (master 1993; doctorate 1997), and worked at the Oregon Graduate Institute (postdoc 1997-1998), Utrecht University (assistant professor 1998-2006), and TU Delft (associate professor 2006-2013, full professor since 2013).

His research interests include (domain-specific) programming languages, language engineering, program transformation, and declarative language definition. With his students he has designed and implemented the Spoofax language workbench, as well as several domain-specific languages, including DSLs for syntax definition (SDF3), program transformation (Stratego), static semantics (Statix), software deployment (Nix), and web application development (WebDSL). Applications of WebDSL include the researchr conference hosting site and the WebLab learning management system.

Affiliation: Delft University of Technology

Personal website: http://eelcovisser.org

Research interests: Programming Languages, Domain-Specific Languages, Language Workbenches, Language Engineering, Web Programming

Contributions

SLE 2020 Gradually Typing Strategies
SPLASH 2020 Session Chair of W-3 (part of OOPSLA)
Chair in Steering Committee
Knowing When to Ask: Artifact
Session Chair of R-6 (part of OOPSLA)
Knowing When to Ask: Sound Scheduling of Name Resolution in Type Checkers Derived from Declarative Specifications
Committee Member in Review Committee within the OOPSLA-track
Knowing When to Ask: Sound Scheduling of Name Resolution in Type Checkers Derived from Declarative Specifications
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