ESR 8-2 David Méndez-Acuña

Main research interests:

Systems and computing engineer highly interested on software engineering research and education in computer science. During the last years I have been working on model-driven engineering and object-oriented programming. In the case of model-driven engineering, my research is oriented to model management, modeling artifacts evolution and domain-specific languages. In object-oriented programming, my work has been focused on building object-oriented software product lines for optimization algorithms used to solve scheduling problems. Concerning to my teaching activities, these have been concentrated in software engineering, algorithms and object oriented programming.

Contact

david.mendez-acuna[at]inria.fr

Personal Website

http://damenac.snack.ws

Publications

Combemale B., De Antoni J., France R., and Méndez-Acuña D.: Second Workshop on the Globalization of Modelling Languages (Workshop Report). In Globalization of Modelling Languages (GEMOC’14). September 28th. Valence, Spain. 2014. LINK.

Méndez-Acuña D.: Variability Management in Domain Specific Languages. In Doctoral Symposium ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (DocSymp MODELS’14). September 28th – October 3rd. Valencia, Spain. 2014. LINK.

Méndez-Acuña D., Combemale B. and Baudry B. : Variability Management in Domain Specific Languages (Poster). In International School on Model-Driven Development for Distributed Realtime Embedded Systems (MDD4DRES’14), September 1-5, Aber Wrac’h, 2014.

About DavidMendezAcuna

Systems and computing engineer highly interested on software engineering research and education in computer science. During the last years I have been working on model-driven engineering and object-oriented programming. In the case of model-driven engineering, my research is oriented to model management, modeling artifacts evolution and domain-specific languages. In object-oriented programming, my work has been focused on building object-oriented software product lines for optimization algorithms used to solve scheduling problems. Concerning to my teaching activities, these have been concentrated in software engineering, algorithms and object oriented programming.
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