Holger Eichelberger is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Hildesheim. His main research interests are in product line engineering, domain-specific languages and adaptive systems. therefore, he also developed several demonstrations based on Eclipse, such as different versions of the product line tool EASy-Producer and it's recent domain-specific configuration frontend QM-IConf. He published at international conferences and journals. He has presentation experience from teaching, conference presentations, and industrial presentations. He is a member of the GI (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.). Holger Eichelberger received a diploma and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Würzburg, Germany.
Miro is a software engineer and consultant at TypeFox and a committer for Xtext, ELK, and LSP4J. He started to get involved into open source development while researching graph layout algorithms and their application to graphical modeling at the University of Kiel. Miro's contributions to KIELER, an academic project on modeling pragmatics and semantics, have been the foundation of his doctoral thesis and are now part of the ELK project.
Ted Epstein, founder and CEO of RepreZen, has over 20 years of experience in commercial 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.
Dr. Jan Koehnlein is specialized in the development of programming languages and tools. He contributes to open source projects like Xtext, Xtend, FXDiagram, sprotty and Theia. Together with two colleagues he founded the company TypeFox in Kiel (Germany).