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William G. Griswold is a
Full Professor in the
Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the
University of California, San Diego. His broad research area is software engineering,
which concerns the construction of large, complex software systems of reasonable cost
and high reliability. His research specifically concerns the evolution (e.g., enhancement)
of large software systems, which is driven by unpredictable market forces, including the
customer's desire for leading-edge functionality. He can be reached at
Gary T. Leavens is a
Full Professor at the
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the
University of Central Florida. His research interests are in programming and
specification language design and semantics, formal methods (program
specification and verification), object-oriented programming languages,
aspect-oriented programming languages, component-based systems, information
assurance, functional programming, type theory, and distributed programming
languages. He can be reached at
Steven M. Kautz
holds an M.S. in computer science and a Ph.D. in
mathematics from Cornell University.
Prior to joining the teaching
faculty at Iowa State he spent 10 years on the faculty of Randolph College of
Lynchburg (Virginia) and then 8 years as a senior software engineer for
NewMonics (later acquired by Aonix, Inc), the developers of the
PERC(tm) virtual machine, a platform for real-time Java.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin J. Sullivan is an
Associate Professor and Endowed Faculty Fellow in the
Department of Computer Science
at the University of Virginia. He
and his students are broadly interested in the design and engineering of
software-intensive systems, with an emphasis on the need for a value-based
theory and practice of system design. He can be reached at