About

Tengu is developed at Ghent University and is partially funded as part of several Flemish research projects: DMS2 and AMiCa.

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Support

For any questions regarding the usage of Tengu, please go to the tengu-users mailing list. The Tengu developers will promptly respond to any questions concerning the overall platform.

Meet the Team

Thomas_VanhoveThomas Vanhove

Thomas obtained his master’s degree in Computer Science from Ghent University, Belgium in July 2012. In August 2012, he started his PhD at the IBCN (Intec Broadband Communication Networks) research group, researching data management solutions in cloud environment. Tengu originated in the first years of his research in this domain and has since become the main focus of his PhD.

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gregory_vanseghbroeckGregory Van Seghbroeck

Gregory Van Seghbroeck graduated at Ghent University in 2005. After a brief stop as an IT consultant, he joined the Department of Information Technology (INTEC) at Ghent University. On the 1st of January, 2007, he received a PhD grant from IWT, Institute for the Support of Innovation through Science and Technology, to work on theoretical aspects of advanced validation mechanism for distributed interaction protocols and service choreographies. In 2011 he received his Ph.D. in Computer Science Engineering.

Since July 2012, he has been active as a post-doctoral researcher at Ghent University, where he has been involved in several national and European projects, including the FP7 project BonFIRE and the award-winning ITEA2 project SODA. His main research interests include complex distributed processes, cloud computing, service engineering, and service oriented architectures. As an author or co-author his work has been published in international journals and conference proceedings.

Tim-WautersTim Wauters

Tim received his M.Sc. degree in electro-technical engineering in June 2001 from Ghent University, Belgium. In January 2007, he obtained the Ph.D. degree in electro-technical engineering at the same university. Since September 2001, he has been working in the Department of Information Technology (INTEC) at Ghent University, and is now active as a post-doctoral fellow of the F.W.O.-V. His main research interests focus on network and service architectures and management solutions for scalable multimedia delivery services. His work has been published in about 50 scientific publications in international journals and in the proceedings of international conferences.

Filip De Turck

Filip De Turck

Filip received his M.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ghent University, Belgium, in June 1997. In May 2002, he obtained the Ph.D. degree in Electronic Engineering from the same university. During his Ph.D. research he was funded by the F.W.O.-V., the Fund for Scientific Research Flanders. From October 2002 until September 2008, he was a post-doctoral fellow of the F.W.O.-V. and part time professor, affiliated with the Department of Information Technology of the Ghent University. At the moment, he is a full-time professor affiliated with the Department of Information Technology of the Ghent University and the IBBT (Interdisciplinary Institute of Broadband Technology Flanders) in the area of telecommunication and software engineering. Filip De Turck is author or co-author of approximately 250 papers published in international journals or in the proceedings of international conferences. His main research interests include scalable software architectures for telecommunication network and service management, performance evaluation and design of new telecommunication and eHealth services.

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