Dr. Antony Hosking
is Associate Professor at Purdue University, Department of Computer Sciences, since
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Dr. Hosking received the Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences from the University
of Adelaide, Australia, in May 1985, and the Master of Science in Computer Science
from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, in April 1987. He continued his graduate
studies at the University of Massachusetts, receiving the Ph.D. in February 1995.
Since then he is member of the faculty at Purdue University, Department of Computer
Sciences, and ranks as Associate Professor.
His work is in the area of programming language design and implementation, with
specific interests in database and persistent programming languages, object-oriented
database systems, dynamic memory management, compiler optimization, and architectural
support for programming languages and applications.
Dr. Hosking is a Member of the ACM and IEEE. He was Program Chair for the 2000 ACM
International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM), and has served on the program
committees of ISMM, the ACM Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages,
and Applications (OOPSLA), and the International Conference on Very Large Data Bases