Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Erdweg
I am post-doctoral researcher in the Software Technology Group at TU Darmstadt. Please see my personal website for further information.
I am the lead developer of the extensible programming language SugarJ, which allows programmers to flexibly integrate new syntax, static analyses, and editor support by library import. SugarJ extensions are scoped via the module system and multiple extensions compose if activated in the same scope. Since SugarJ allows flexible and principled domain abstraction, it is particularly well-suited for the embedding of domain-specific languages.
My general research interests include: extensible programming languages, domain-specific languages, language design, language tooling, declarative parsing methodologies, module systems, type systems, and static analysis.
Student programmers wanted; open thesis topics available.