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|Born||1972 (age 46–47)|
|Known for||Research on programming languages and software engineering|
Yannis Smaragdakis (born 1972 in Athens, Greece) is a Greek American computer scientist and Professor at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens as well as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst . He is known for his work in Software engineering and Programming languages.
In software engineering, he is noted for his invention of the concept of Mixin Layers in his PhD Thesis and his formation of Yannis's Law of Programmer Productivity which, by analogy to Moore's law, posits that Programmer productivity doubles every 6 years.
In programming languages, he is noted for his work in Pointer analysis and serving Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages & Applications (OOPSLA) as Program Chair in 2016 and Conference Chair in 2019.
Smaragdakis did his undergraduate studies at the University of Crete. He then moved to University of Texas at Austin for his graduate studies, earning a Ph.D. in 1999 under the supervision of Don Batory.
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