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|E-Mail:||engelen [ at cs dot fsu dot edu ]|
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Dr. van Engelen’s chief research interests are in the areas of compilers, distributed computing, grid computing and Web services, problem-solving environments for scientific computing, and Bayesian probabilistic networks. His specialization in the area of compilers is symbolic analysis for restructuring and parallelizing compilers, generalized induction variable recognition, data dependence analysis, embedded systems optimizations, and parametric estimation. He developed the gSOAP toolkit for XML Grid and Web services, which has become the de-facto Web services development toolkit for C/C++ in industry and academia. He also developed the CTADEL problem-solving environment for meteorological and atmospheric prediction models.