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 School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science,
Pekin University, Beijing, 100871, PRC


Team members
Gang Huang

Gang Huang

Associate professor

Gang Huang


Post-Doctoral Researcher

Peking University

Peking University is the top comprehensive university in China ( It is represented by the School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science ( The school has solid research and practice on almost all areas in the software engineering, including software architecture, component-based software engineering, model driven development, middleware, service oriented architecture, domain engineering and embedded operating systems. It has the biggest research team for Software Engineering in Chinese Universities and put strategic, theoretical and technical impacts on Chinese software industry in the past decades. It is the co-founders of OW2 consortium that is an open source middleware community created by Europe and China.

Expertise brought to CONNECT

The Software Architecture and Middleware Group (SAM) at Peking University brings its research expertise in the areas of software architecture model driven engineering and adaptive middleware technology to the CONNECT project. From 2000, the SAM group has focused on how to develop, deploy, maintain and evolve middleware-based systems in an architectural model driven manner. The group has further developed an open source J2EE-compliant application server with special support for rich interoperability protocols, self-adaptation, Web Services and edge server (for connecting the wireless devices). Recently, the group has extended its focus from J2EE to J2SE (especially in Java-based OSGi) and SOA (especially in SOAP and REST Web services).

Contribution to CONNECT research

The SAM group makes technical contributions to the CONNECT architectural framework and to dynamic connector synthesis by implementing wrappers for J2EE and SOA standards protocols.


The CONNECT project acknowledges the financial support of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme within the ICT theme of the Seventh Framework Programme for Research of the European Commission.