CFP: International Static Analysis Symposium (SAS'94) (Belgium, 9/94) (Denis ZAMPUNIERIS)
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Organization: Institut d'Informatique - F.U.N.D.P.
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 1994 15:16:03 GMT

                                                      CALL FOR PAPERS

                          1st International Static Analysis Symposium (SAS'94)
                                  Namur (Belgium) September 28-30, 1994

Static Analysis is increasingly recognized as a fundamental tool for
high performance implementations and verification systems of high-level
programming languages. The last two decades have witnessed substantial
developments in this area, ranging from the theoretical frameworks to
the design and implementation of analysers and their applications in
optimizing compilers.
    SAS'94 is the first international symposium on static analysis.
  It is motivated by the success of the three previous international workshops
Jtaspefl and WSA'92, which were held in Bordeaux (France) and WSA'93
which took place in Padova (Italy). The technical program for the symposium
will consist of invited lectures, presentations of refereed papers and
software demonstrations. Contributions are welcome on all aspects of Static
Analysis, including, but not limited to

Abstract Domains Optimizing Compilers
Applications Specific Analyses
Complexity Theoretical Frameworks
Experimental Evaluation Verification Systems
Fixpoint Algorithms Type Inference
Partial Evaluation

Contributions can address any programming paradigm, including concurrent,
constraint, functional, imperative, logic and object-oriented programming.

Papers must be written in English, must not exceed 15 pages (excluding
references and figures), and must contain a cover page including the following:
a 200 words abstract, keywords, and postal and electronic mailing addresses as
well as phone numbers and fax numbers of one of the authors.

Send SIX (6) copies of your submission by APRIL 30, 1994 to

Baudouin Le Charlier,
Institut d'Informatique,
Facultes Universitaires de Namur (F.U.N.D.P.),
rue Grandgagnage, 21
B-5000 Namur(Belgium)
Phone: +32 81 724977 Fax: +32 81 724967

Authors will be notified of the acceptance or rejection of their papers by
JUNE 30, 1994. Final versions of the accepted papers must be received in
camera-ready form by JULY 20, 1994. We anticipate that the proceedings will be
published by Springer Verlag in the LNCS series.

Program Committee:

Andrew Chien (U. Illinois, USA)
Patrick Cousot (ENS, France)
Moreno Falaschi (Padova, Italy)
Gilberto File (Padova, Italy)
Pierre Jouvelot (CRI-Ecole des Mines, France)
John Launchbury (Glasgow, UK)
Baudouin Le Charlier (Namur, Belgium, Chair)
Daniel Le Metayer (INRIA/IRISA, France)
Xavier Leroy (INRIA, Stanford)
Alan Mycroft (Cambridge, UK)
Ulf Nilsson (Linkoping, Sweden)
Martin Odersky (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Antoine Rauzy (Bordeaux, France)
Uday Reddy (Illinois, USA)
Mads Rosendahl (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Pascal Van Hentenryck (Brown, USA)
Peter Van Roy (PRL, Paris, France)
Pierre Wolper (Liege, Belgium)

Organizing Committee:

Yves Deville(Louvain)
Moreno Falaschi (Padova)
Naji Habra,
Jean-Marie Jacquet,
Pierre-Yves Schobbens,
Denis Zampunieris (Namur)


Namur is a pleasant provincial town, 35 miles south of Brussels
in Belgium, located in a scenic environment. Brussels and Paris are
easily reached by train.

-- Denis Zampunieris
-- email:
-- mail: Institute of Computer Sicence, University of Namur
                  21, rue Grandgagnage, B-5000 Namur, Belgium


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