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Eclipse DemoCamps Galileo 2009/Berlin

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Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems

Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31 10589 Berlin

Date and Time

June 9th
18:00 - 21:00 : Talks
21:00 - "open end" : Eclipse come together


Enrico Schnepel, b+m Informatik AG
Tom Ritter, Fraunhofer FOKUS


If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list. Depending on the number of people interested we may have to limit the number of presenters and time of each demo.

The presentations should not take longer than 10-15 minutes plus 5-10 minutes discussion.

  1. 18:00 Ralph Mueller, Status Eclipse Foundation, Eco System Europe
  2. 18:20 Alex Koderman, verinice - Building your own RCP app, a telltale story about scratching an itch (and winning innovation awards) with Eclipse
  3. 18:40 Break
  4. 19:00 Tom Ritter, Model Sharing in Distributed Model-Driven Development
  5. 19:20 Martin Flügge, Dawn Project
  6. 19:40 Eike Stepper, net4j
  7. 20:00 Break
  8. 20:20 Enrico Schnepel, COPE - (R)Evolution of the models
  9. 20:40 Max Bureck, Visual QVT/R - a concrete graphical syntax for QVT Relations

The list has been closed!


  • "Eclipse get together" (Stammtisch) in a local restaurant

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below or to the corresponding XING event.
We'd like to see as many people show up as possible.

  1. Alexander Koderman, verinice / SerNet
  2. Alexander Thomas, freiberufliche Webentwicklung und Technologieberatung
  3. André Neubauer, Immobilien Scout GmbH
  4. Brandon Ulrich, B2 International ,
  5. Christian Kurze, Technische Universität Chemnitz
  6. Christian Neudert, T-Systems
  7. Christian Rataj-Weinreben, Suzlon Energy GmbH
  8. Christoph Graupner, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  9. Christoph Michel, ing.- büro michel
  10. Daniel Bremer-Tonn, akquinet tech@spree GmbH
  11. Daniel Gard, IDS Scheer AG
  12. Daniel Manzke, SAPERION AG
  13. Daniel Meisen, CoServices Unternehmensdienstleistungen GmbH
  14. Dr. Christian Seebode, Christian Seebode
  15. Eike Stepper,
  16. Enrico Schnepel, b+m Informatik AG
  17. Florian Fieber, qme Software GmbH
  18. Frank Grimm, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau (FH)
  19. Frank Schlesinger, tolina GmbH
  20. Georg Ludewig, Tieto Deutschland GmbH
  21. Hafid Haddouti, T-Systems Enterprise Services GmbH
  22. Hans Brucker, Anubia Consult
  23. Ingo Fischer, Tripunkt
  24. Jan Lolling, T-Systems ES SI GmbH
  25. Jens Pönisch, Technische Universität Chemnitz
  26. Jens von Pilgrim, FernUniversität in Hagen / GEF3D
  27. Johannes Nicolai, CollabNet Inc.
  28. Maik Teske, Suzlon Energy GmbH
  29. Manja Fieberg, Bayer-Schering -Pharma
  30. Marcus Oenicke, IT4U Berlin
  31. Mario Schröder, ORTEC GmbH
  32. Marco Mosconi, TU Berlin
  33. Markus Igel, GAI NetConsult GmbH
  34. Martin Flügge, HTW Berlin
  35. Matthias Köster, IVU Traffic Technologies AG
  36. Max Bureck,
  37. Michael Wiechert, it4logistics AG
  38. Monika Löser, IT-Beratung Berlin
  39. Paul Schyska, T-Systems Enterprise Services GmbH
  40. Ralph Bergmann, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW Berlin)
  41. Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation
  42. René Böttge, HTW Berlin
  43. Richard Meinsen, Delphi IMM GmbH
  44. Rico Konieczek, it4logistics AG
  45. Sebastian Paasch, ORTEC
  46. Stefan Gehrmann, IT-Beratung & Service
  47. Stephan Herrmann, Independent / Object Teams
  48. Tim Ehlers, white rabbit consulting
  49. Tino Desjardins,
  50. Tobias Haubold, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau (FH)
  51. Tom Ritter, FOKUS Fraunhofer Institut
  52. Igor Novakovic, Empolis GmbH
  53. Arif Wider, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

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