ExaScience Lab, Intel Belgium
Pascal Costanza obtained a Ph.D. degree from the University of Bonn, Germany in December 2004. After a post-doc period as a research assistant at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium he now works as an HPC Research Scientist at the ExaScience Lab for Intel Belgium. His past involvements include specification and implementation of the languages Gilgul and Lava, and the design and application of the JMangler framework for load-time transformation of Java class files. He has also implemented ContextL, the first programming language extension for Context-oriented Programming based on CLOS, and aspect-oriented extensions for CLOS. He is furthermore the initiator and lead of Closer, an open source project that provides a compatibility layer for the CLOS MOP across multiple Common Lisp implementations. He has also co-organized numerous workshops on Unanticipated Software Evolution, Aspect-Oriented Programming, Object Technology for Ambient Intelligence, Lisp, and redefinition of computing.
A long curriculum vitae is also available.