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.
Corsaro, Angelo was born on July 18, 1974 in Bergamo, Italy. Son of Alfio Corsaro and Lina Trovato.
Laurea, University Catania, Italy, 1999. Master of Science, Washington University, St. Louis, 2001. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis, 2004.
Research assistant Washington University, 2000—2003. Scientist SELEX-SI, Rome, since 2003.
Editor: On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems.