Carsten Gosvig holds an M.Sc.E.E. and works for Oticon A/S in Copenhagen, Denmark as the SW Tools Architect of internal development tools. For the last 10 years he has been building Java and Eclipse based development tools which is used for describing and inspecting the embedded systems the company produces. Before that he spent years on developing ASIC's, embedded SW and development tools. This was done using a mix of Verilog, Assembler, C/C++ and Tcl/Tk.
Johannes Faltermeier is a Software Engineer at EclipseSource Munich (http://eclipsesource.com/munich). He has several years of experience with Eclipse RCP and EMF and is a committer to the EMFStore (http://emfstore.org), the EMF Client Platform (http://emfcp.org) and the Edapt (http://www.eclipse.org/edapt) projects. Since 2014 he is co-lead of the Edapt project.
Johannes holds a Master Degree in computer science, which he has received from TU Munich.
Technical Expert (Eclipse & Modeling) at CS Systèmes d'Information
I started my career at Atos, working on TOPCASED (https://www.polarsys.org/topcased R.I.P.), then migrating its components to Papyrus and Polarsys. I also participated on implementing the Activity and Sequence diagrams in Papyrus.
Then, I went to CS Systèmes d'Information, where I still work as an Eclipse and Modeling expert. I have since specialized in space modeling, working for the CNES (French Space Agency) or the ESA (European Space Agency). Yet, I still develop general Eclipse and modeling expertise to assist other projects and provide trainings in my company.
and enterprise software development, with a focus on model-oriented solutions for large-scale software integration. RepreZen (formerly ModelSolv) provides design, governance and collaboration software for enterprise APIs, data models, microservices and SOA. Ted is co-organizer of the API-Craft NYC Meetup and has presented at conferences including QCon, EclipseCon, API-Craft, and Data Modeling Zone.