SPLASH 2022
Mon 5 - Sat 10 December 2022 Auckland, New Zealand
Robert Hirschfeld

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Name:Robert Hirschfeld
Bio:

Robert Hirschfeld is a Professor of Computer Science at the Hasso Plattner Institute and the Digital Engineering Faculty at the University of Potsdam and Chair of its Software Architecture Group. With his group, he investigates various means of improving the overall programming experience for both professional and non-professional programmers. He is working on dynamic programming languages, development tools, and runtime environments to make interactive, live programming more approachable. His preferred environment for exploring ideas is Squeak/Smalltalk.

Robert served as a visiting professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology [東京工業大学] and The University of Tokyo [東京大学], Japan. He was a senior researcher with DoCoMo Euro-Labs, the European research facility of NTT DoCoMo Japan, where he worked on infrastructure components for next generation mobile communication systems with a focus on dynamic service adaptation and context-oriented programming. Prior to joining DoCoMo Euro-Labs, he was a principal engineer at Windward Solutions in Sunnyvale, California, where he designed and implemented distributed object systems, consulted in the area of object database technologies, and developed innovative software products and applications.

Robert received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany.

Country:Germany
Affiliation:HPI, University of Potsdam

Contributions

DLS 2022 Invited Talk: Live Programming over TCP? Bringing Squeak/Smalltalk Liveness to Godot via React/S
Committee Member in Program Committee within the DLS 2022-track
PAINT 2022 Organizer in Organizing Committee within the Programming Abstractions and Interactive Notations, Tools, and Environments-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the Programming Abstractions and Interactive Notations, Tools, and Environments-track
Toward a VR-native Live Programming Environment
SLE 2022 Partial Parsing for Structured Editors
SPLASH 2022 Competitive Debugging: Toward Contests Promoting Debugging as a Skill
Programming Abstractions and Interactive Tools, Notations, and Environments (PAINT)
Competitive Debugging: Toward Contests Promoting Debugging as a Skill
Digital Crochet: Toward a Visual Language for Pattern Description
Relentless Repairability or Reckless Reuse: Whether or Not to Rebuild a Concern With Your Familiar Tools and Materials
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