APPLC'12 --- call for papers (Beijing, Jun 12)

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From: Jingling Xue <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2012 11:04:56 +1100
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 17 Jan 2012 01:32:57 EST

        First Asia-Pacific Programming Languages and Compilers Workshop (APPLC)
                                                  Beijing, China, June 14, 2012
                                                  (In conjunction with PLDI'12)

                                                            Call for Papers

2012 First Asia-Pacific Programming Languages and Compilers Workshop (APPLC'12,
held in conjunction with PLDI 2012) Beijing, China June 14, 2012 CALL FOR PAPERS
Programming languages and compiler techniques are gaining importance in the
era of multi-cores and cloud/mobile computing.Asia-Pacific Programming
Languages and Compilers Workshop (APPLC, pronounced as Apple-see(d)) is a
response to this new reality and to the growing and active research
communities in this part of the world. It aims to provide a forum for
researchers and practitioners in Asia and Pacific region, as well as other
global regions, to exchange innovative ideas and research experiences in
programming language design, implementation and compiler techniques.
Asia-Pacific region has a large and growing number of research groups in
universities, national labs, and industries focusing on those areas. Their
influence is bound to increase in the coming years. The workshop spans the
spectrum of all programming languages and compilers related issues.

Regular research papers, work-in-progress short papers, and posters are solicited
on, but not limited to, the following topics:

- Language designs and extensions
- Static and dynamic analysis of programs
- Domain-specific languages and tools
- Type systems and program logics
- Program transformation and optimization
- Checking or improving the security or correctness of programs
- Memory management
- Parallelism, both implicit and explicit
- Performance analysis, evaluation, and tools
- Novel programming models
- Debugging techniques and tools
- Program understanding
- Interaction of compilers and run-time systems with underlying systems
- Program synthesis

The First Asia-Pacific Programming Languages and Compilers Workshop (APPLC)
will be held in conjunction with 2012 PLDI in Beijing, China. All
submissions must be made electronically through the workshop web site.
Abstracts must include contact information, the full list of authors and
their affiliations, and a summary description (100-300 words) of the paper.
A special issue in Journal of Computer Science and Technology (JCST) has
been approved for some selected papers presented in APPLC. All papers must
be submitted in PDF format. For more information, please refer to

Important Date

Abstracts: February 3, 2012
Full papers: February 10, 2012
Notification: April 20, 2012
Final paper: May 1, 2012
Workshop: June 14, 2012

Program Committee

Bernd Burgstaller Yongsei University
Yuan Dong Tsinghua University
Rudi Eigenmann Purdue University
R. Govindarajan Indian Institute of Sciences
Wei-Chung Hsu National Chiao-Tung University
Bo Huang Intel/China
Hironori Kasahara Waseda University
Jaejin Lee Seoul National University
Sean McDirmid Microsoft/China
David Padua University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Chengyong Wu Chinese Academy of Sciences
Jingling Xue University of New South Wales
Chun Jason Xue City University of Hong Kong
Canqun Yang National University of Defense Technology
Yu Zhang University of Science and Technology of China
Antonia Zhai University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
--- Jingling Xue
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