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I'm Gene Stark, Professor in the Computer Science Department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook
My research interests have traditionally been the general area of programming language theory, having to do particularly with programming language semantics and concurrency theory. I have also worked on specification and verification of distributed algorithms, and I am interested in functional programming languages. I have always been interested in operating systems, and have recently moved toward more serious research in that area.
I am also interested in the use of the Internet for genealogical research, and I distribute a shareware program, called GED2HTML, for converting GEDCOM files into HTML for presentation on the web. For eight years (1996-2004) I operated a commercial genealogical information site called GENDEX, which is now defunct.
NOTE: Some of these are restricted to Stony Brook access only.