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A. LIST OF EXPERTS

Two lists should be submitted. The first is a list of experts who have been consulted during the drafting of the proposal and who have already expressed interest in participating in the Action. The second list, if appropriate, covers those experts who may well be interested but who have not been contacted, or who have not yet replied, during the pre-proposal planning.

Please highlight the experts that might be part of the Management Committee (give full contact details), subject to the appointment by the COST Countries concerned. For the others, please list only title, institution and e-mail.

Name and title:

Country:

Institution:

Contact details (if appropriate):

E-mail:

Telephone:

At the stage of approval of the draft MoU, remember to provide, the COST Office with a detailed updated list of potential participants in the Action for the CSO, in order to facilitate the work of the CNCs (clearly distinguishing contacted and non-contacted experts).

Here is the beginning of a list, not yet considering who might be part of the Management Committee.

Experts who have already been contacted

Dr Lucia Acciai; Università di Firenze, Italy

Dr Marco Aldinucci; Università di Torino, Italy

Dr Pedro Baltazar; University of Lisbon, Portugal

Dr Franco Barbanera; Università di Catania, Italy

Dr Viviana Bono; Università di Torino, Italy

Dr Michele Boreale; Università di Firenze, Italy

Dr Johannes Borgström; University of Uppsala, Sweden

Dr Mario Bravetti; Università di Bologna, Italy

Dr Roberto Bruni; Università di Pisa, Italy

Dr Maria Grazia Buscemi; IMT Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies, Italy

Dr Luís Caires; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Dr Sara Capecchi; Università di Torino, Italy

Dr Marco Carbone; IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr Giuseppe Castagna; CNRS & Université Paris 7, France

Dr Ilaria Castellani; INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée, France

Prof. Gabriel Ciobanu; “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi & Institute of Computer Science, Romania

Prof. Mario Coppo; Università di Torino, Italy

Dr Ugo de'Liguoro; Università di Torino, Italy

Dr Romain Demangeon; Queen Mary University of London, UK

Dr Pierre-Malo Deniélou; Imperial College London, UK

Prof. Mariangiola Dezani-Ciancaglini; Università di Torino, Italy

Prof. Sophia Drossopoulou; Imperial College London, UK

Dr Carla Ferreira; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Dr Luca Fossati; Queen Mary University of London, UK

Dr Pierre-Loïc Garoche; ONERA, France

Dr Simon Gay; University of Glasgow, UK

Dr Nils Gesbert; Grenoble INP - Ensimag & INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France

Prof. Silvia Ghilezan; University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Dr Elena Giachino; Università di Bologna, Italy

Dr Marco Giunti; Ecole Polytechnique, France

Prof. Matthew Hennessy; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Dr Thomas Hildebrandt; IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr Daniel Hirschkoff; ENS de Lyon, France

Dr Kohei Honda; Queen Mary University of London, UK

Dr Raymond Hu; Imperial College London, UK

Dr Hans Hüttel; University of Aalborg, Denmark

Dr Ivan Lanese; Università di Bologna, Italy

Prof Cosimo Laneve; Università di Bologna, Italy

Dr Etienne Lozes; LSV, CNRS & ENS de Cachan, France

Dr James Leifer; INRIA Rocquencourt & Microsoft Research - INRIA Joint Centre, France

Dr Dimitris Mostrous; University of Lisbon, Portugal

Dr Sebti Mouelhi; Université de Franche-Comté, France

Dr Aybek Mukhamedov; Queen Mary University of London, UK

Dr Luca Padovani; Università di Torino, Italy

Prof. Jovanka Pantović; University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Prof. Joachim Parrow; University of Uppsala, Sweden

Dr Jorge Perez; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Dr Damien Pous; ENS de Lyon, France

Dr António Ravara; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Prof. Dr Jakob Rehof; Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering & University of Technology Dortmund, Germany

Prof. Davide Sangiorgi; Università di Bologna, Italy

Dr Peter Thiemann; University of Freiburg, Germany

Dr Emilio Tuosto; University of Leicester, UK

Dr Vasco Vasconcelos; University of Lisbon, Portugal

Dr Björn Victor; University of Uppsala, Sweden

Dr Hugo Vieira; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Dr Paweł Wojciechowski; Poznań University of Technology, Poland

Dr Nobuko Yoshida; Imperial College London, UK

Dr Gianluigi Zavattaro; Università di Bologna, Italy

Experts who have not yet been contacted

Prof. Rocco De Nicola; IMT Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies, Italy

Prof. Hassan Moutassir; Université de Franche-Comté, France

Industrial partners

Exformatics A/S, Denmark

Resultmaker A/S, Denmark

LIST OF EXPERTS: discussion

Simon: Please precede remarks with your name.

Simon: The first list is people from our bt-eu email list. The second list includes some people whose names were suggested when we were working on the outline proposal, but whom we have not contacted, and some people who are submitting papers to the MSCS special issue on behavioural types. Maybe it would be good to start trying to move people from the second list to the first list.

Industrial partners should also be included - I have made a separate list above.

We have 11 countries, I think, and we have people from universities (mainly) and some research labs. If we are trying to show that ideas from behavioural typing can be applied to large-scale distributed software systems, then maybe as well as finding industrial partners, we should try to include researchers from more practical areas. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thomas: I have suggested Hagen Völzer at IBM Research - Zurich to join. (I hope you will join Hagen :-)

Marco Aldinucci (University of Torino): I have suggested Emilio Tuosto (Leicester, UK) - I've discussed this candidature with Mariangiola Dezani.

kohei: I think we have a very good list. I did not know this is getting such a big list: I felt this will have just at most dozen participants, and it is great we are having so many interested. Emilio will surely be great to have here.

About Simon's point — having research people from practice — a potential is to include *users* who may use such systems. We have oceanographers and systems people in UCSD (well, US, it is true, but I can ask them to introduce some in Europe) working with us. Simon, do you think this category is also good to have?

Another of “practical areas” may be systems researchers, but they tend to be satisfied with existing languages, adding some machinery on top of it (DSLs etc.). I am sure some will be interested to participate in workshops but I do not know how actively they can continue to be part of the members. But certainly, systems research intersects fundamentally with this area.

Simon: I think we can list potential participants who are not from COST countries. This would include USA. The rule is that non-COST participants would not be able to claim expenses from the COST funding, but they could attend meetings at their own expense. If you think we can honestly say that your people in UCSD have “expressed interest” then we can list them.

Kohei: Great, I can ask this.

Belatedly I am also asking corporate partners (Thomas already put them). However I wonder what are their obligations. I will try to get this point from the COST spec doc.

 
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