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Eclipse Research Community

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Eclipse is used in a wide range of educational and research projects at Universities around the world. They range from using eclipse as a teaching resource in the classroom to projects designed to explore the next generation of computing ideas and theories. This page will give you a few pointers to get you started in exploring the Eclipse research community.

(Several of the projects listed here are funded under the IBM Eclipse Innovation Grant program. You'll find information about the program as well as a complete list of awardees from 2003-2005 on the IBM Scholars website.)

If you'd like to have your project listed here, please email us. You can also discuss your ideas and suggestions for new eclipse research projects on the Technology Project newsgroup

North America

  • FLABot: A fault-localization and debugging tool for Eclipse plug-ins
    • Marcelo Campo, Alvaro Soria, Andres Diaz Pace
    • Instituto de Sistemas Tandil
    • Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
  • Soot Eclipse Plugin: Integrating Soot, a Java Optimization Framework into Eclipse
    • Jennifer Lhotak, Laurie Hendren
    • Mcgill University
  • Gild: A Groupware Enabled Integrated Learning and Development Environment for Eclipse
    • Margaret-Anne Storey / Daniela Damian / Daniel German / Mary Sanseverino,
    • University of Victoria
    • Marin Litoiu / Marcellus Mindel, IBM
    • Derek Rayside, MIT
  • Green: A simple UML class diagramming plug-in for Eclipse that does live round-tripping, and has customizable semantics for its class relationships
    • Carl Alphonce, Computer Science & Engineering
    • University at Buffalo (SUNY)
  • Relo: Relationship based Exploration
    • Vineet Sinha
  • SHriMP: (Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective) Plugins
    • Margaret-Anne Storey, Rob Lintern, Jie Zhang, Xiaomin Wu, CHISEL Group
    • University of Victoria</li>
  • StreamIt: A language for Streaming Applications
    • Saman Amarasinghe, Commit Group,
    • MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
  • Harmonia Research Project: An open, extensible framework for constructing interactive, language-aware programming tools
    • Professor Susan L. Graham
    • University of California at Berkeley
  • AspectBrowser: Global Visualization of Crosscutting in Eclipse
    • William G. Griswold / Jonathan Neddenriep / Timothy Foley
    • UC San Diego
  • The Multiview Project at Portland State
    • Andrew Black, Mark Jones, Emerson Murphy-Hill and Philip Quitslund
    • Portland State University
  • Documentation of SWT: Getting Started with Eclipse and the SWT
    • David Scuse, Shantha Ramachandran and Christopher Batty
    • University of Manitoba
  • Hipikat - (Group Memory for Evolution)
    • Davor Cubranic and Gail Murphy
    • University of British Columbia

Europe and Asia Pacific

  • JOpera: Process Support for more than Web services
    • Cesare Pautasso, Dept. of Computer Science
    • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, (ETH), Zurich
  • Labelled Transition System Analyser: (LTSA) with BPEL4WS Verification and Validation
    • Howard Foster, Jeff Magee, Distributed Software Engineering Group
    • Imperial College London
  • IRCE: A Requirement Development Environment in Eclipse
    • Vincenzo Ambriola, Vincenzo Gervasi
    • University of Pisa
  • ATLAS Group (INRIA & LINA)
    • Eclipse activities: AMMA, ATL (Eclipse/M2M component), AMW (Eclipse/GMT component), AM3 (Eclipse/GMT component), KM3, TCS (Eclipse/GMT component), MoDisco (Eclipse/GMT component)
    • Members: Jean Bézivin (Eclipse/GMT Project Lead), Patrick Valduriez, Frédéric Jouault (Eclipse/M2M Project Lead), Freddy Allilaire, Marcos Didonet Del Fabro, Hugo Brunelière, Mikael Barbero
    • Location: University of Nantes, France
  • CoCompose2: A Framework for Context-Driven Model Refinement
    • Dennis Wagelaar, System And Software Engineering Lab (SSEL)
    • Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)

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