POSTERS AT THE POSTER RECEPTION

The Poster Reception is back at EclipseCon! On Wednesday evening come and visit the posters and meet the authors and leaders of Eclipse-based projects and products. The poster reception is a great way to network with the Eclipse Community, sharing ideas, developing new project ideas and just having a chat over refreshments!

If you're hosting a poster for the reception, see the Logistics page for more info! Our thanks to Intel and SAP for co-sponsoring this year's poster reception!

 

 

  • Kevin Barnes, IBM - Eclipse Console Framework
  • Gian-Franco Bonini, SAP - TPTP-based testing at SAP
  • George Christelis, Scapa Technologies - Exposing systems management information with TPTP data collectors
  • Breffini Coffey, Susan Gallagher, IBM - Developing Rich Web Clients in an Eclipse Environment Using Faces Client Components
  • Christophe Cornu, IBM - Take Control over Rich HTML with the SWT Browser widget
  • Chris Daly, IBM - Emfatic: a new language for building EMF Ecore models
  • Sonia Dimitrov, IBM - Eclipse Platform Release Engineer's Top Ten practices
  • Sri Doddapaneni, Intel - Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform Architecture Overview
  • David Dykstal, Kushal Munir, IBM - Remote System Explorer
  • Tom Eicher, IBM - Season's Text Editor Recipes - New Editor Features in Eclipse 3.1
  • Mazen Faraj, IBM - Initial User Experience & User Assistance in Eclipse
  • Brian Foote, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Photran: An Eclipse Plug-in for Fortran
  • Howard Foster, Imperial College London - Tool Support for Model-based Verification and Validation of Web Service Compositions in Eclipse
  • Jobi George, IBM - WSRP Viewer for Eclipse
  • Richard Gronback, Borland - Examining Eclipse
  • Matthew Hatem, IBM - Lotus Workplace Client UI: Using the Workbench Presentations API to Provide a Customized Look and Feel for Lotus Workplace
  • Harsh Jain, IIT Bombay - Shared Development with Eclipse
  • Mark Johnson, Instantiations - "Instantiations Special Announcement"
  • James Kebinger, IBM - Lotus Workplace Personality Framework
  • Konrad Kolosowski, IBM - Eclipse Product Editor
  • Chris Laffra, IBM - Language Toolkits
  • Tony Lam, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation - Gum Tree: A Java Based GUI Framework for Beamline Experiments
  • Jerome Lanneluc, IBM - Java search
  • Martin Lippert - Load-Time Aspect Weaving for the Eclipse Platform
  • Benjamin Livshits, Stanford University - Using Eclipse to Detect Security Errors in Web Applications
  • Charles Martin, Oasys Trading - The Oasys Rich Client: An Example for Integrating Swing/JFreeChart into Eclipse
  • Antony Miguel, Scapa Technologies - Choreographing Web Services with TPTP behaviors
  • Dale Nilsson, Jeff Antley, IBM - Welcoming users: An Out of Box Experience
  • Wayne Parrott, Genuitec - Eclipse Desktop Integration Project
  • Cesare Pautasso, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETHZ) - Rapid Composition of Web Services with JOpera for Eclipse
  • Kimberley Peter, Linda Watson, IBM - Improving User Experience with Visual Design Principles and Techniques
  • Krzysztof Pietroszek, University of Waterloo - Feature Modeling Plug-In for Eclipse
  • James Poli, SAS Institute Inc. - Extending Eclipse for Customized Development Environments
  • Sam Robb, TimeSys - Remote debugging
  • Sam Robb, TimeSys - Linux Trace Toolkit
  • Dan Rubel, Instantiations - Pollinate & Beehive
  • Mike Taylor, Instantiations - Eclipse Plug-In Central (EPiC)
  • Olivier Thomann, IBM - Under the Compiler Hood
  • Paul Trevithick, SocialPhysics.org - Introducing the Eclipse Trust Framework (ETF) – A New Eclipse Technology Subproject
  • Percy Vega, Xiaohong Yuan, North Carolina A&T State University - An Eclipse Plugin for Personal Software Process
  • Tobias Widmer, IBM - Browsing Code Graphically: The Eclipse Spider
  • Todd Williams, Genuitec - MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench Project