Eelco van Asperen

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Eelco van Asperen (11 April 1965, Rotterdam - 31 May 2013) was a Dutch computer scientist.[1] 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."[2]

Van Asperen has published several articles in scientific journals, mostly in the field of computer simulation and logistics. In 2009, he optained his PhD at Erasmus University with the dissertation Essays on Port, Container, and Bulk Chemical Logistics Optimization.

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  1. ^ "Eelco van Asperen: Personal Data". Retrieved 20 January 2013. 
  2. ^ World Wide Web People Created May 1994. Accessed Sept 2, 2013.

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