Denis Caromel is full professor at University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and CNRS-INRIA. He is also member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF), a multi-disciplinary national academia that selects a few professors based on the excellence of their research records. His research interests include parallel, concurrent, and distributed object-oriented programming.

He has published more than 70 scientific papers in referred international journals and conferences, and edited 5 volumes of Lecture Notes. In 2005 he published a monograph, A Theory of Distributed Objects. He gave many invited talks on Object, concurrency, and Distributed Computing at various universities around the world (including Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Berkeley, Stanford, ISI, USC, Electrotechnical Laboratory Tsukuba, Univ.
of Sydney, Univ. of Adelaide, Univ. Federal de Rio, University College London, European Science Foundation). He was also an invited visiting scientist at various universities and research institutions (including Digital System Research Center in Palo Alto, NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, and IBM Tom Watson). He serve(s/d) many academic conferences, at various positions (Conference Chair, Program Committee Chair, Organizer Chair, Tutorials Chair).

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