Eelco van Asperen

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Eelco van Asperen (April 11, 1965 - June 1, 2013[1]) was a Dutch computer scientist.[2] and associate professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, at the School of Economics.

On the first webpages created by Tim Berners-Lee, Van Asperen was credited as having contributed to the "WWW project". Van Asperen "ported the line-mode browser [to] the PC under PC-NFS; developed a curses version."[3]

Van Asperen has published several articles in scientific journals, mostly in the field of computer simulation and logistics.


  1. ^ "Eelco van Asperen passed away unexpectedly". The Andy Standard. June 4, 2013. Retrieved 16 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Eelco van Asperen: Personal Data". Retrieved 20 January 2013. 
  3. ^ World Wide Web People Created May 1994. Accessed Sept 2, 2013.

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