I am a principal scientist at IMEC and part-time professor in the Distrinet group at the KULeuven. My main research interest currently lies in the runtime management layer for future high-performance computing hardware, which is why I am involved in the Intel ExaScience Lab. Before that I did research on adaptive runtime resource management of CPU and GPU's, on toolchains for embedded devices (see for example the CleanC tool), in programming language composition (resulting in contributions such as the traits model), and in logic meta programming (for which I devised the SOUL language and applied it co-evolution of software design and implementation). More information on these and other topics can be found on my webpages.
- Antoine Marot, Roel Wuyts, Composing aspects with aspects, Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD), pages 157-168, Rennes and St. Malo, France, 15-19 March 2010
- Jean-Yves Mignolet, Roel Wuyts, Embedded multiprocessor systems-on-chip programming, IEEE software, volume 26, issue 3, pages 34-41, May 2009
- Fréderic Pluquet, Stefan Langerman, Roel Wuyts, Executing code in the past: efficient in-memory object graph versioning, Proceedings of 24th International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA'09), pages 391-408, Orlando, Florida, USA, 25-29 October 2009
- Fréderic Pluquet, Antoine Marot, Roel Wuyts, Fast type reconstruction for dynamically typed programming languages, Proceedings of 4th Dynamic Languages Symposium, pages 69-78, Orlando, Florida, USA, 26 October 2009
Note: for a list of all publications, look here.