Research Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
I lead the Scientific Software Development Team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. I lead Eclipse ICE and EAVP. I was appointed to the Eclipse Architecture Council in February 2016. I also won the Top Newcomer Evangelist Award for 2016. It has also been my pleasure to work with the Eclipse Science Working Group.
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.
Matthew Gerring is a software developer and Java enthusiast working in the scientific software space for the last 15 years. He has worked for or with Diamond Light Source for the last five years doing data acquisition and data analysis. He is active in user interface and software architecture design and coding for DAWN (primarily), GDA and Control Eclipse RCP based products. Matthew has helped to develop the DAWN collaboration between the ESRF, Diamond and EMBL Grenoble. Matthew is a founder member in the Science working group, an international group of scientific facilities and academics, working together to deliver scientific software standards and share software.
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.
Dr. Jonas Helming is General Manager of EclipseSource Munich as well as consultant, trainer and software engineer. His focus is on Java, UI Modeling, Eclipse RCP, Eclipse Modeling and Eclipse 4. Besides many articles he published a book about the Eclipse SDK. Jonas is an active member of the Eclipse community. He has the lead of two Eclipse projects and is involved in many others, such as e4. In 2013, he won the Eclipse Top-Newcomer Evangelist award. He regularly speaks at conferences such as Jax, OOP, WJax and EclipseCon.
Maximilian is deeply involved with the Eclipse community. He is a project lead (EMFStore, EMF Client Platform, Edapt) and a committer on several projects, and serves on the Eclipse Architecture Council.
Maximilian is general manager of EclipseSource Munich (http://eclipsesource.com/munich), where he is focused on pragmatic modeling and web applications. He has a strong research background, with a PhD on the topic of model versioning, and teaches Eclipse and open-source technology to university students.
Stevan Le Meur is product manager at Red Hat, working on Eclipse Che project. He is focused on cloud and web technologies, passionated about user interface and usability aspects. With a background as a developer, he is driven by the belief that great applications could be built only in exceptional development environments. He brings this passion to his work on Eclipse Che where his attention to detail is put to good use.
I have been the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation since 2004. I also have a few other hats as a director of the Open Source Initiative, and a member of the Java Community Process Executive Committee.
I am a passionate believer in open source as the best way to innovate and collaborate. I also consider myself the Eclipse community's chief cheerleader.