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Project manager

mis@brics.dk Michael I. Schwartzbach received his Ph.D. (Computer Science) from Cornell University in 1987. He is an associate professor at the Aarhus University and a kernel researcher at the BRICS Research Center. Michael I. Schwartzbach has studied design and implementation of programming languages, type systems, static analysis, and applications of logic.

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Ph.D. students

brabrand@brics.dk Claus Brabrand received his M.Sc. degree in computer science from the Aarhus University, Denmark, in January 1999. He is now a Ph.D. Student as BRICS working 100% on the <bigwig> project. Areas of interest and research include: domain specific languages (DSL), programming languages, syntactic macro languages, and Web technology.

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amoeller@brics.dk Anders Møller is a Ph.D. student at the BRICS research center at the Aarhus University, Denmark. His main research interests include programming languages, applications of logic, and Web technology. For the <bigwig> project, he mainly works on the runtime system and the static HTML validator. Besides <bigwig>, he works on the MONA project and the XML/DSD project.

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aske@brics.dk Aske Simon Christensen recently joined the <bigwig> team.

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Programmers

ricky@brics.dk Mikkel Ricky has been a programmer on the <bigwig> project since its conception in July 1998. Expert on advanced datastructures and web programming in Java and JavaScript. Current areas of interest and research include Metallica, pretty printing, and the Java programming language. He is now working on his master's thesis under the supervision of Michael I. Schwartzbach.

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olesen@brics.dk Steffan Olesen is a student at DAIMI, the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University. He is one of the main programmers on the <bigwig> project.

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External contributors

tball@research.bell-labs.com Thomas Ball (the Mawl project, Bell Labs, now working at Microsoft Research). My research interests are in how combinations of dynamic and static analyses can help improve the correctness and reliability of legacy programs. I am also exploring how domain specific languages, component technology and model checking can be used to specify and develop robust next generation services and applications.

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Previous <bigwig> team members

sandholm@brics.dk Anders Sandholm received the Ph.D. degree from the Aarhus University in February 2000. Currently MBA student at INSEAD.

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thorn@brics.dk Tommy Thorn received his Ph.D. (Computer Science) from Université de Rennes in France in 1999. Areas of interest include security, static programs analysis, mobile code and high-level languages and their implementation. He now works for Transmeta.

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damgaard@brics.dk Niels Damgaard recently handed in his Ph.D. dissertation. He now works for Systematic Software Engineering.

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jurik@brics.dk Mads Jurik is a Ph.D. student at the BRICS research center at the Aarhus University, since 1999. His main interests include cryptology, algorithms and programming languages.

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tweety@brics.dk Lone Haudrum Olesen worked on compiler evaluation.

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stenz@brics.dk Christian Stenz worked on compiler evaluation and Web service programming.


Student contributors

During the spring of 1998 these students participated in a course called WIG Project the goal of which was to extend WIG with in number of different ways, making prototypes, investigating possible solutions, and reporting experiences. Most of these projects or at least their essence have made it into <bigwig>.

  • Typed Dynamic Documents: Jakob Gadegaard Bendixen, Thomas Mailund, Mikkel Nygaard, and Tejs Scharling
  • PowerForms: Helle Markmann, Lone Haudrum Olesen, Mikkel Ricky, and Jens Erik Vestergaard
  • Database: Flemming Gram Christensen, Emmanouil Marinos, and Jacob Winstrup Schmidt
  • Collaborative Work Flow: Andreas Henschel, Ole Hedegaard Kristensen, Steffan Olesen, Christian Stenz, and Mette Ravn
  • WIG Security: Niels Damgaard, Mads Jurik, and Tom Pilgård
  • WIG Macros: Thomas Christensen, Louise Lorentsen, Jens Skinnerup, and Gustav Wibling
  • User State & Usergroups: Jacob Ilsø Christensen, Anders Eriksen, and Rasmus K. Ursem
  • Web Languages Survey: Henrik Lautrup and Morten Værum
  • Runtime & Runtime Controller: Claus Brabrand, Anders Møller, and Anders Sandholm


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