Professor Gregor Kiczales
Department of Computer Science
will be addressing the Vancouver Institute on February 17, 2001 at 8:15 p.m. in Lecture Hall No. 2 in the Woodward Instructional Resources Centre, University of British Columbia.
Poetry, Gears or Magic?
UBC is extremely fortunate in having recently attracted Professor Kiczales, who is a leading researcher in computer software design and engineering. Currently affiliated with the Xerox Corporation's Systems and Practices Laboratory in Palo Alto, California, Dr. Kiczales' research focus is on techniques for designing and implementing software systems that are highly flexible -- maintainable, reusable, tailorable, and reconfigurable. He has worked extensively in the area of object-oriented programming, computational reflection, and Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP). Dr. Kiczales is considered an inspiring and highly effective lecturer with the ability to make complex systems both comprehensible and fascinating to a lay audience.
Spring Program 2001
Jan 20, Jan 27, Feb 3, Feb 10, Feb 17, Feb 24, Mar 3, Mar 10, Mar 17, Mar 24.
(Compiled by Ted Powell--when time permits)
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