The Team @ PANTOTO
The PANTOTO concept is envisaged by three people experienced in various aspects of the Internet since its beginnings. The visionary model of the concept, architecture and purpose are driven by each of their strong convictions on the need to develop a market place that is driven by the people, for the people, in order to grow at the speed of the Internet in a cost-effective manner.
Dr. T. B. Dinesh -- President, Pagelets, Inc.
Dinesh completed his Ph.D. in 1992, from the Department of Computer Science, University of Iowa. He spent several years in Amsterdam at CWI, the Dutch national institute for Mathematics and Computer Science. He has had various academic, research and industrial positions where he has worked on object-oriented programming, generation of software from specifications, and structuring information for its multi-faceted use on the Internet. From Sept. 1999, as part of Pagelets, Inc., he and two other founders have researched and developed software that can be used by online communities to administer, collaborate, build, and evolve a network of marketplaces, using only the web browser.
Dr. Susan Uskudarli -- Product Research and Management, Pagelets, Inc.
Susan has a multinational background: born in USA, grew up in Turkey, did her graduate studies in USA, and post-graduate work in Amsterdam. Her interest is mainly in building purposeful online communities. She received her Ph.D. in 1997 from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Amsterdam. She was visiting Turkey when the 1999 earthquake happened. Since then she has been actively pursuing building software infrastructure that can be used by communities, for networking, collaboration, and management of resources during disasters. Towards this, at Pagelets, Inc., she has been managing the research and development of the Pantoto product.
Prof. Lambert Meertens -- Usability Expert, Pagelets Inc.
Lambert Meertens has been engaged since 1960 in many aspects of computer science, including being project leader of projects on user interface design and systems development with a desire to make computers useful and accessible to a wider audience. He is one of the authors of the Revised Report on ALGOL 68 and the lead designer of the ABC programming language. Next to making the Pantoto concept a reality, his current main interest is the development of flexible fine-grained coordination services in vast networks. Lambert Meertens is chair of Working Group 2.1 on Algorithmic Languages and Calculi of the International Federation for Information Processing, and a member of the joint Working Group on Human-Computer Interfaces of the Dutch Informatics Society and the Dutch Society for Ergonomics.
What does PANTOTO mean?
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Applications of PANTOTO
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Why take the community-based approach?
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Why should YOU be using PANTOTO?
Key Features of PANTOTO
The Team @ PANTOTO