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Prof. Steve Eppinger, Deputy Dean and GM LFM Professor, Sloan School of Management, MIT
Steven Eppinger is an expert in product development and project management whose research deals with how to understand and improve complex development processes, such as those for automobiles, airplanes, and computer systems, and how to organize development teams consisting of hundreds of people. He also examines design methods and practices for small and large products alike. Eppinger is co-author of Product Design and Development (McGraw-Hill, 1995, 2000, 2004), a widely used textbook on structured methods for product development.
Prof. Daniel Jackson, Lab for Computer Science, MIT
Daniel Jackson leads the Laboratory for Computer Science's Software Design Group. He received an MA from Oxford University (1984) in Physics, and his SM (1988) and PhD (1992) from MIT in Computer Science. He was a software engineer for Logica UK Ltd. (1984-1986), and Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (1992-1997). He sits on the editorial board of ACM TOPLAS, ACM TOSEM and Springer Verlag's Software Tools for Technology Transfer, and has served on the programme committee of more than 20 international conferences, including FSE, ISSTA, OOPSLA and CAV. He has broad interests in several areas of software construction, including development methods, automatic analysis of designs and specifications, and reverse engineering of code.
Kent Summers, MIT VMS Program
Kent Summers advises Lattix through the MIT Venture Mentoring Services program, where he is an active mentor. Kent is a Partner with Garofalo & Associates LLC, a Boston-based investment banking firm that provides provides M&A advisory services to emerging growth software companies. Prior to G&A, Kent served as Chairman & CEO of Collego Corporation (acquired by MRO Software), founder and CEO of MyHelpdesk, Inc. (acquired by PC Support, Inc.), and VP of marketing at Electronic Book Technologies (acquired by INSO Corporation). Kent is a co-founding member of the W3C Technical Advisory Board (MIT 1994), and served as a director with the X Consortium and OASIS.