Mario Südholt is a full professor in Computer Science at École
des Mines de Nantes, France, where he holds the Software Engineering
and Programming Languages chair. He holds an MSc from U. Koblenz,
Germany, a PhD from TU Berlin, Germany, and a habilitation from U.
of Nantes, France. He is heading the ASCOLA team, a joint team of
EMNantes and INRIA that is also part of the LINA (CNRS) institute.
His research interests focus on large-scale, typically distributed,
software systems, their formal definition, compositional properties,
efficient implementation, and corresponding support in programming
languages. Since 2011, Prof. Südholt chairs the international
association of AOSD, including the steering committee of the AOSD
conference. Furthermore, he is a member of the steering committee of
the international conference on Software Composition and serves on
the editorial board of the journal Transactions on AOSD.
last modification on 22 April 2011 by Mario Südholt