Annette BieniusaSenior Researcher & LightKone Project Senior Member at University of Kaiserslautern
Annette Bieniusa is a senior researcher and lecturer in the Software Technology and Programming Languages group at TU Kaiserslautern, Germany, .
She received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Freiburg in 2011 and spent one year as postdoctoral researcher with Marc Shapiro in Paris at the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation INRIA, having obtained a highly competitive Inria Postdoc grant.
Her research interests include semantics of concurrent and distributed programming and systems, with a focus on replication, synchronisation, and programming language concepts.
She participated in several national and international research projects (ConcoRDanT (ANR, France), Streams (ANR, France), and JCell (BmBF, Germany, 2009--2011)) and has been work package leader for the EU projects Syncfree and Lightkone. She has been leading and managing the development of the geo-replicated datastore AntidoteDB since its initiation in 2014 as open-source software.
Annette is further co-founder and senior technical advisor of the European tech-startup Concordant where she supports the development of C-Edge, a data storage platform for the Edge.