CFP JMLC2006, Oxford, England, 13-15th September 2006

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From: Jens Knoop <>
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Date: 22 Mar 2006 23:41:27 -0500
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Keywords: conference, CFP
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      *** ***
      *** JMLC2006 ***
      *** Joint Modular Languages Conference 2006 ***
      *** 13-15th September 2006 ***
      *** Jesus College, Oxford, England ***
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      *** ***
      *** CALL FOR PAPERS ***
      *** ***
      *** New Submission Deadline: 7th April 2006 ***
      *** ***

Call for Papers
JMLC2006 will be the seventh conference in a successful series, with
past events held 1987 in Bled, Slovenia; 1990 in Loughborough, Great
Britain; 1994 in Ulm, Germany; 1997 in Linz, Austria; 2000 in Zürich,
Switzerland; and 2003 in Klagenfurt, Austria.
        The mission of the Joint Modular Languages Conference (JMLC) is to
explore the concepts of well-structured programming languages and
software, and those of teaching good design and programming style. We
are especially interested in the construction of large and distributed
software systems. We also invite papers on software engineering
aspects in new and dynamic application areas. We also organize a
vendors' session and industrial demonstrations.

Topics for technical papers include, but are not restricted to:
    * programming language design and implementation
    * modular software architectures
    * component-based software architectures
    * service-oriented architectures
    * software tools and environments
    * software quality and testing
    * formal methods in modular and composable software development
    * modularity and composability in parallel and distributed systems
    * modularity and composability in safety-critical and real-time systems
    * software engineering education
    * case studies aligning with any of the above

We expect to publish the conference proceedings as a Springer LNCS
volume. Submissions should be formatted to follow LNCS guidelines.,11855,5-164-2-72376-0,00.html,
not to exceed 20 pages in that format. Submissions should be sent
electronically in PDF format to David Lightfoot (DLightfood at All submissions will be fully peer reviewed. For every
accepted paper, one author is expected to register and present the
work at the conference.

Important Dates
Deadline for submissions: 3rd March 2006 (extended to 7th April by popular
Notification of authors: 19th May 2006
Final copies of accepted papers: 16th June 2006

Invited Speakers
    - Steve Cook (Microsoft Research)
    - Martin Odersky (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland)

to be held on Wednesday 13th September 2006.
    - Michael Franz (U California, Irvine, USA): Language-based Security
    - Jürg Gutknecht (ETH Zürich, Switzerland): Structured Concurrency
    - Hanspeter Mössenböck (U Linz, Austria): CoCoR
    - Martin Odersky (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland): Scala

Steering Committee
    - László Böszörményi (U Klagenfurt, Austria
    - Michael Franz (UC Irvine, USA
    - Jürg Gutknecht (ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    - David Lightfoot, Oxford Brookes, England
    - Hanspeter Mössenböck (U Linz, Austria
    - Clemens Szyperski, Microsoft, USA
    - Niklaus Wirth, ETH Zürich emeritus, Switzerland

Programme Co-Chairs
    - David Lightfoot (Oxford Brookes, England)
    - Clemens Szyperski (Microsoft, USA)

Programme Committee
    - Jonathan Aldrich (CMU, USA)
    - Pierre America (Philips Research, Netherlands)
    - Uwe Assmann (TU Dresden, Germany)
    - Nick Benton (Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK)
    - László Böszörményi (U Klagenfurt, Austria)
    - Gilad Bracha (Sun Java Software, USA)
    - Michael E. Caspersen (Aarhus U, Denmark)
    - Craig Chambers (U Washington, USA)
    - K. John Gough (Queensland UT, Australia)
    - Dominik Gruntz (Fachhochschule Aargau, Switzerland)
    - Jürg Gutknecht (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
    - Thomas Henzinger (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland)
    - Nigel Horspool (U Victoria, Canada)
    - Zoltán Horváth (Budapest U (ELTE), Hungary)
    - Mehdi Jazayeri (TU Vienna, Austria)
    - Helmut Ketz (Fachhochschule Reutlingen, Germany)
    - Brian Kirk (Robinson Associates, UK)
    - Christoph Kirsch (U Salzburg, Austria)
    - Jens Knoop (TU Vienna, Austria)
    - Kai Koskimies (TU Tampere, Finland)
    - Ole Lehrmann Madsen (Aarhus U, Denmark)
    - Liu Ling (U Shanghai, China)
    - Jochen Ludewig (U Stuttgart, Germany)
    - Jan Madey (U Warsaw, Poland)
    - Roland Mittermeir (U Klagenfurt, Austria)
    - Hanspeter Mössenböck (U Linz, Austria)
    - Pieter Muller (Esmertec, Switzerland)
    - Judit Nyeky (Budapest U (ELTE), Hungary)
    - Martin Odersky (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland)
    - Jens Palsberg (Purdue U, USA)
    - Frank Peschel-Gallee (Microsoft, USA)
    - Gustav Pomberger (U Linz, Austria)
    - Wolfgang Pree (U Salzburg, Austria)
    - Paul Reed (Padded Cell Software, UK)
    - Paul Roe (Queensland UT, Australia)
    - Markus Schordan (TU Vienna, Austria)
    - Brian Shearing (The Software Factory, UK)
    - Pat Terry (Rhodes U, South Africa)
    - Fyodor Tkachov (Institute for Nuclear Research (RAS), Russia)
    - Wolfgang Weck (Independent Software Architect, Switzerland)
    - Mark Woodman (Middlesex U, UK)

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