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Angelo Corsaro

Angelo Corsaro, Italian computer scientist. Achievements include design of jRate: High Performance Real-Time Java Ahead of Time Compiler; design of CARDAMOM: Next Generation European Air Traffic Control Middleware Platform; design of Real-Time CORBA; research in runtime system for safe and efficient real-time languages such as Real-Time Java; invention of constant time memory safety checks for Real-Time Java.

Background

  • Corsaro, Angelo was born on July 18, 1974 in Bergamo, Italy. Son of Alfio Corsaro and Lina Trovato.

  • Education

    • Laurea, University Catania, Italy, 1999. Master of Science, Washington University, St. Louis, 2001. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis, 2004.

    Career

    • Research assistant Washington University, 2000—2003. Scientist SELEX-SI, Rome, since 2003.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include design of jRate: High Performance Real-Time Java Ahead of Time Compiler. Design of CARDAMOM: Next Generation European Air Traffic Control Middleware Platform. Design of Real-Time CORBA.

      Research in runtime system for safe and efficient real-time languages such as Real-Time Java. Invention of constant time memory safety checks for Real-Time Java.

    Works

    • Editor: On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems.

    Connections

    • Married Sara Tucci; 1 child Mattia.
    • father: Alfio Corsaro
    • mother: Lina Trovato
    • spouse: Sara Tucci
    • child: Mattia Corsaro
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    Born July 18, 1974
    (age 43)
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    • 1999
      University Catania
    • 2001
      Washington University
    • 2004
      Washington University
    • 2003
      Research assistant, Washington University
    • 2003
      scientist, SELEX-SI
      Rome, New York, United States

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