Per Håkan Sundell
Per Håkan Sundell (born 1968, Sweden) is a programmer and computer scientist with roots in the scene and early computer enthusiasts of the eighties, when he was known as PHS of CCS (Computerbrains Cracking Service).
Håkan currently holds a Ph.D. in computing science (2004) from Chalmers University of Technology and works as associate professor in software engineering at the School of Business and Informatics, University College of Borås, Sweden.
- Time Zero (1985) - together with Ale Rivinoja
- CCS-Mon (1986)
- PlaySID (1990) - together with Ron Birk
- CCS64 (1995)
- NOBLE (2002) - together with Philippas Tsigas
- Ernkvist, Mirko (2008). Svensk dataspelsutveckling, 1960-1995. KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
- Per Håkan Sundell/Computerbrains Cracking Service. CSDb - The C-64 Scene Database. Retrieved August 10, 2011
- Zike (1992). PHS - In Medias Res. Retrieved August 10, 2011
- University College of Borås, School of Business and Informatics: Researchers, accessed 2010-05-13
- Prize for best research article News article with interview at Chalmers University of Technology.
- Chalmersteknologi i nya Java News article with interview at Chalmers University of Technology.
- Den främsta C64-emulatorn är svensk - M3 News article with interview in the magazine called M3.
- Mobiler och handdatorer ger gamla datorspel ett andra liv News article with interview in the scientific news paper Ny Teknik.
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