Hi, I'm Walter Rudametkin, PhD. I'm a researcher in computer science!
Walter Rudametkin's Bio:
Walter Rudametkin is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Inria Rennes. His research is mainly in the areas of Dynamic Software. Basically, he likes to see software change, adapt, patch itself and update without ever stopping.
Teaching is another passion of his, especially projects that involve a lot of hands-on training.
Please visit my homepage at http://rudametw.github.io/
Walter Rudametkin's Experience:
Ph.D Candidate in the Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble at University of Grenoble2007 - May 2013
My dissertation is focused on guaranteeing application consistency despite dynamic change. Dynamic change can involve changes in the application's architecture or in its execution environment (e.g., new devices are discovered). I focus on identifying necessary conditions to guarantee an application's proper dynamic behavior and, given the level of programming complexity, I propose software analysis tools to verify the application's dynamic behavior. The approach is based on component-based software architectures. We use explicit declarations of dynamic behavior to give architects a fine-level of control over dynamism, allowing the runtime framework to minimize the impact of dynamism and to verify that the application does not behave undesirably or erroneously, that is, that dynamism does not corrupt the application's components.
R&D engineer in the Java Enterprise Middleware team at Bull SASOctober 2007 - February 2011
I worked in close collaboration between Bull SAS and UJF University. I participated in European research projects and my work was focused on dynamic adaptation and updating aspects in the Java Enterprise Edition OW2-JOnAS open source application server http://jonas.ow2.org
Research internship at INRIA2007 - 2007
Created a platform for dynamic instrumentation of component-based applications to support tracing, runtime analysis and meta-level control. The prototype was implemented using the Fractal component model.
Postdoctoral Researcher at InriaJune 2013
I have a wide array of topics that I'm working on, including: - Dynamic reconfigurations in OSGi and iPOJO. - Techniques to fight browser fingerprinting through software diversity. - Multi-concerns development environments. - JVM-level resource allocation, accounting and management.
Walter Rudametkin's Education:
Universit? Joseph Fourier (Grenoble I)2007 – 2013Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Universit? Joseph Fourier2005 – 2007MastersConcentration: Computer Science
Ecole Nationale Sup?rieure d'Informatique et de Math?matiques Appliqu?es de Grenoble2004 – 2007Engineer's degreeConcentration: Informatics & Applied Mathematics
Universidad Aut?noma de Baja California2001 – 2005Bachelor'sConcentration: Computer Sciencies
Walter Rudametkin's Interests & Activities:
Computer science, research, programming, sport fishing, movies, technology, snow boarding