Welcome to the AOSD.06 Student Introductions Wiki page
Go back to Spring School.
Be sure to check the Student Events while you're at the conference for fun things to do or to organize events yourself.
If you want to get to know people ahead of time, feel free to introduce yourself right here on the Wiki!!!
I'm Andrew Eisenberg, from the University of British Columbia. I'll be at the Spring School. My area is in metaobject protocols and domain specific languages. Here's a link to the paper I will be presenting at the OAL workshop . In the paper, I describe a code editor that is extensible domain specific ways. Here's a (slightly outdated) poster I presented at last year's AOSD conference:  --Andrew 10:56, 6 Mar 2006 (EST)
I am Sebastian Bergmann, a final-year student at the University of Bonn, and not a "Java Guy". In order to experiment with AOP I had to build my own implementation for my favourite programming language which is PHP and in whose development I am involved. I'll present a poster on an AOP implementation for PHP (some details about this can be found on my blog) at AOSD 2006's Student Extravaganza Poster Event.
Hey, my name is Michael Desmond, i am currently studying at the University of Victoria, Canada but im originally from Ireland. Ill be presenting at the SPLAT workshop.
Hi, I'm Andrea Schauerhuber, from the Vienna University of Technology (Austria). I will be presenting at the AOM workshop and at the poster event. I speak German, so this will be an advantage for any of the social events in Bonn :-)
Hi, I'm Andrew Jackson, from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland). I will be presenting at the AOM and Early Aspects workshops and at the poster event. There are two other students comming from TCD and we fully intend on visiting as many bars as we can over the course of the week! Any interested parties or anyone who knows some good bars feel free to email me or share on this page.
Hello, my name is Thiago Bartolomei, I'm brazilian but currently studying in Kiel, Germany. I will be at the SPLAT workshop and will be a volunteer. I won't be there for the Spring School, but will get to Bonn on sunday afternoon, tell me if you have some plans. By the way, Sebastian, you are from Bonn, I am sure you can guide us to the best places, right ;-) ? s
Hi, I'm David Stauch from the University of Grenoble, France. Originally, I'm from Germany. I'll present a poster at the Spring School and a paper at the FOAL workshop. I'm looking forward to see you at the social events, in bars and beer gardens (if it's not too cold).
Hi All, My name is Serena Fritsch and like Andy i am from the Trinity College in Dublin (Ireland). Jenny and me will take part in the poster session and also in the workshop on Open Aspect Languages. Originally, i am from Germany, so no worries, we will get you all to the nice places :) Looking forward to meet you all
Hi there, My name is Silvia Breu and I'm currently at Saarland University but from April on, I will be doing my PhD at the University of Cambridge. My current research is in program analysis and in particular in aspect mining. I will be taking part in the poster session, and I'm the BoF Chair at AOSD.06. So, check out the BoF page and come up with your own topic ;-) Looking forward to seeing you all in Bonn!
Hi, I'm Bram Adams from Ghent University. My work involves developing an aspect language for C, called Aspicere, and doing some fun stuff with it ;-). See you around at the Spring School or the LATE workshop!
Hi all. My name is Marta S. Tabares. I am a PhD student from National University of Colombia, in Colombia. Now I am doing an internship with Dr. Ana Moreira in Lisbon, Portugal (co-adviser). My current research is oriented to make a framework for traceability of crosscutting concerns. I will be presenting at the Early Aspects workshop and the Poster event. See you all in Bonn.
Hello everybody. My name is Mohammed Al-Mansari. I am from Yemen and I am a PhD student at the university of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany. I will participate in the poster session. This is going to be the first ever event for me! and I hope that I get closer to the AOSD community with the help of yours.
Hello everybody, my name is José Magno, I am a PhD student at the New University of Lisbon supervised by Ana Moreira and work as a lecturer at the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria - Portugal. I started my PhD studies by one year now. The goal of my PhD is to develop a framework to derive an aspect-oriented architecture from an aspect-oriented requirements specification. Looking forward to seeing you all in Bonn.
Hi! I'm Carla Silva from Brazil. I am a PhD student at the Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Northeast of Brazil. Now I am doing an internship under supervision of Dr. João Araújo in Lisbon, Portugal. I'll be at the spring school. I hope to meet you there.
Hello everyone!! My name is Terry Hon and I'm a Masters student at the Univeristy of British Columbia. I will be giving a demo presentation on Fluid AOP and will also be attending the spring school. Looking forward to meeting you all then.
Hi, I'm Carlos Noguera. I am in my first year of PhD at the LIFL lab in Lille, France in the topic of behavioral AOP. I am Colombian (hi Marta ;), and I'll be presenting a demo in the Open Aspect Languages workshop. See y'all soon.
Hi, I'm Brecht Desmet, a first year PhD student at the Programming Technology Lab of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium). I will be presenting a poster of my research vision on context-aware applications which seemed to be very related to AOP. Next to that, I will also attend the spring school event. Looking forward to seeing you all in Bonn!
Hello everyone, my name is Charlotte Herzeel, I'm working on my master thesis at the Programming Technology Lab at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium). I will be attending spring school and I plan to present a poster, which is about the pointcut language, based on temporal logic, I wrote and its use in writing down context-aware aspects. I am also one of the student volunteers. In short: I'm looking forward to meeting you all :)
Hi people, I'm Elisa Gonzalez. I'm a first year PhD student at the Programming Technology Lab of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and I am originally from Spain. I'll attend the Spring School as well as present a poster about distributed garbage collection in mobile adhoc networks. See you soon!!