Jan Vitek - Purdue University
Feb 23, 2011Size: 443.1MB
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About the SpeakerJan Vitek is a Professor of Computer Science at Purdue. He works on programming language technologies with applications to real-time computing. Prof. Vitek led the Ovm project which resulted in the first open source real-time Java virtual machine to be flight-tested in 2005. He has since investigated virtual machine technologies for safety-critical embedded systems. He is or has been general chair of PLDI, LCTES and ISMM as well as program chair of ECOOP, VEE, Coordination, and TOOLS. He is a member of the JSR-302 Safety Critical Java expert group and of the IFIP 2.4 working group on compilers and software technologies.
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