Pierre Kelsen


Pierre Kelsen

Professor


University of Luxembourg

Faculté des Sciences, de la Technologie et de la Communication
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg


Research Unit : CSC
Office : Campus Kirchberg, L 106
Telephone : (+352) 46 66 44 5284
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Curriculum Vitae

  • Professor at UL since 2000, Computer Science and Communication Group
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada and Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Saarbrücken, Germany.
  • Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1993 (advisor: Prof. Vijaya Ramachandran)
  • M.Sc. in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1989
  • Diploma in Computer Science from University of Karlsruhe in 1986

Duties

  • Study Director of the Master in Information and Computer Sciences (mics.uni.lu) since 2009

Research

  • Software Complexity, Model-Driven Engineering, Formal Methods; Algorithms and Complexity; Combinatorial Methods; Algorithmic Graph Theory

Research Projects

  • COMPEX (current): Model Composition for Executable Modeling
  • MARCO (current): Managing Regulatory Compliance: a Business-Centred Approach
  • MEDAL (past): Model-Driven Engineering using a Declarative Behavioural Description Language
  • DASCOM (past): Declarative Approaches to Software Complexity
  • FACTORS (past): Fundamental Approaches to the Complexity of Object-Oriented Software

Teaching

  • Object-Oriented Programming, Algorithms and Data Structures,  Formal Methods (master), Model-Driven Software Development (master)
     

Representative Publications

  • Marwane El Kharbili, Qin Ma, Pierre Kelsen, Elke Pulvermueller: CoReL: Policy-Based and Model-Driven Regulatory Compliance Management. EDOC 2011: 247-256
  • Pierre Kelsen, Qin Ma, Christian Glodt: Models within Models: Taming Model Complexity Using the Sub-model Lattice. FASE 2011: 171-185
  • Nuno Amálio, Pierre Kelsen, Qin Ma, Christian Glodt: Using VCL as an Aspect-Oriented Approach to Requirements Modelling. T. Aspect-Oriented Software Development 7: 151-199 (2010)
  • Pierre Kelsen, Qin Ma: A Lightweight Approach for Defining the Formal Semantics of a Modeling Language. MoDELS 2008: 690-704
  • P. Kelsen, E. Pulvermueller, and C. Glodt. Specifying executable platform-independent models using OCL. ECEASST 2008(9), 2007.
  • Christian Glodt, Pierre Kelsen, Elke Pulvermueller: DEMOCLES: a tool for executable modeling of platform-independent systems. OOPSLA Companion 2007: 870-871
  • Pierre Kelsen: A declarative executable model for object-based systems based on functional decomposition.ICSOFT 2006: 63-71
  • Pierre Kelsen: A Simple Static Model for Understanding the Dynamic Behavior of Programs. IWPC 2004: 46-51
  • Pierre Kelsen: An Information-Based View of Representational Coupling in Object-Oriented Systems. FASE 2003: 216-230
  • Noga Alon, Pierre Kelsen, Sanjeev Mahajan, Hariharan Ramesh, Coloring 2-colorable hypergraphs with a sublinear number of colors, Nordic Journal of Computing, Volume 3, Issue 4, 1996, Pages: 425 - 439.
  • Xiaofeng Han, Pierre Kelsen, Vijaya Ramachandran, Robert Endre Tarjan: Computing Minimal Spanning Subgraphs in Linear Time. SIAM J. Comput. 24(6): 1332-1358 (1995)
  • Pierre Kelsen, Vijaya Ramachandran: On Finding Minimal Two-Connected Subgraphs. J. Algorithms 18(1): 1-49 (1995)
  • Pierre Kelsen: On the Parallel Complexity of Computing a Maximal Independent Set in a Hypergraph. STOC 1992: 339-350

Last updated on: 05 Jun 2013