|@johanfabry on Twitter||dcc.uchile.cl@jfabry (if you swap sides)|
|Assistant Professor||Blanco Encalada 2120, of.311|
|PLEIAD Lab||Santiago, Chile|
|Computer Science Department (DCC)||phone: +56 2 978 49 75|
|University of Chile||fax: +56 2 689 55 31|
Short Research Description
I work in the field of programming languages and software engineering. More specifically in the area of advanced forms of modularization (usually aspects, but I also consider metaprogramming, generative programming, …). The overall focus of my work is guided by the following observation: In my experience, we as programming language researchers easily fall in the pit of making ever more powerful languages, with cool, powerful and complex features. This however comes at the cost that the programmer needs to be able to understand and apply these features correctly.
To restate this as the problem on which I focus: How can we, as programming language researchers, help the programmer to use these cool language features we create?
Teaching, Student resources
I teach the following courses
- Not since 2011: Arquitectura de Computadores (CC4301) ex. Introducción al Hardware (CC41C)
Here are some resources of use for students, useful even at undergraduate level!
I am currently involved in the following projects:
- FONDECYT Project #1110051 - Modular and Adaptable Software without Losing Control. Co-investigator. (2011-2014)
- FONDECYT Project #1130253 - Extending AOM with Advanced AOP and D&I Support. Investigator. (2013 - 2015)
- PLOMO2: Customizable Tools and Infrastructure for Software Development and Maintenance, INRIA Associated Team with RMOD team of INRIA Lille. (2014-2016)
Free ACM downloads
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