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Luca Padovani was awarded a Ph.D. in Computer Science in March 2003. The title of his thesis is ``MathML Formatting''. He is currently affiliated with the Department of Computer Science, University of Bologna, as a Research Associate.
His main research interests regard the communication, the editing and the presentation of mathematical information, especially formalized mathematics. Among his recent research projects is the development of an interactive editor for MathML markup based on TeX syntax.
He is a member of the W3C Math Working Group.
[ monday ]
Oren Patashnik is the author of BibTeX. He also co-authored with Ron Graham and
Don Knuth ``Concrete Mathematics'', the book that introduced Herman Zapf's AMS Euler and Concrete Roman and Italic typefaces.
He lives in San Diego, California.
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Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering,
The University of New South Wales
He works with Omega, OpenType and XML
- Teaching Areas:
- Software Systems Design and Implementation
- Software Engineering Workshop 3A
- Research Areas:
- Software Engineering, Programming Languages, Software Configuration, Version Control, Multilingual Typography, Multiversion Web Sites, Intensional Programming, Parallelism, Reactive Systems, Timed Systems, Web Operating Systems (WOS), Versioned Software Engineering,
[ thursday ]
I'm a professor at Supélec (http://www.supelec.fr/), a French leading engineering institute in the field of electrical energy and information sciences. My main topics are algorithmics and formal methods for artificial intelligence.
I came to TeX not really as part of my work, but mostly because I wanted to (and also needed to) set some symbolic logic formulas which were hard to typeset with anything else. I do this for my colleagues too.
I have been a member of the GUTenberg board for two years. I am also a lifetime (honorary) members of GUST and a TUG member too.