CFP Linguistic Support for Modern Operating Systems - ASPLOS XII workshop (San Jose CA, Oct 06)

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From: "Chris W. Probst" <probst@acm.org>
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Date: 16 Jul 2006 10:45:19 -0400
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Call for Contributions


Linguistic Support for Modern Operating Systems
PLOS 2006 www.plos2006.com
ASPLOS XII Workshop, October, 22nd, 2006


This workshop aims at bringing together researchers and developers
from the programming languages (PL) and the operating systems (OS)
domain. It will provide a platform for discussing new visions,
challenges, experiences, problems, and solutions arising from the
application of advanced programming and software engineering concepts
to operating systems construction, and vice versa.


Suggested topics for papers and discussion include, but are not
restricted to:


* object-oriented OSs, type-safe languages for OS language-based
* security and OSs domain-specific languages for OS development
* language support for OS verification, testing, and debugging,
    static configuration, dynamic reconfiguration, and specialization


Submission Guidelines


Prospective participants of the workshop are asked to submit a
position paper or experience report (up to 5 pages). Submission of
industry papers is particularly encouraged. All papers must be written
in English and should be submitted in PDF format by August 14,
2006. Detailed submission instructions can be found at the workshop
web site www.plos2006.com.


Attendance to the workshop is limited to facilitate lively
discussions. Participation will be by invitation only, based on the
program committee's evaluation of the submission. Accepted
participants will be notified by September 14, 2006. Accepted position
papers will be distributed among the participants electronically prior
to the workshop. More detailed information will be available at the
PLOS home page.


Camera-ready versions of all accepted papers have to be submitted by
October 9, 2006. Detailed instructions will be emailed to the authors.


Important Dates


[August 14, 2006] position papers submission by email
[September 14, 2006] notification of acceptance
[October 9, 2006] submission of camera-ready versions
[October 22, 2006] workshop


Workshop Preparation and Format


This workshop will be highly interactive. Accepted papers will be
posted on the workshop website ahead of the venue and participants are
expected to familiarize themselves with the content of at least three
papers. In particular, participants should prepare questions,
comments, and a list of suggested improvements for the authors of the
three papers they selected.


To prepare a special collaborative work session the organizers will
use the position papers and the input by the participants to compile a
list of questions, which will be discussed and answered during the
workshop in discussion groups. The list can be extended or changed
during the workshop, if the discussion brings up additional
interesting questions.


Publication


Presented papers will be published electronically on the workshop web
page (publication in the ACM Digital Library pending) and in a printed
version.


Invited Speaker


Jonathan S. Shapiro, The Johns Hopkins University, USA


Organization


Andreas Gal, University of California, Irvine, USA
Robert Grimm, New York University, USA
Christian W. Probst, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby,
Denmark
Olaf Spinczyk, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany


Program Committee


Yvonne Coady, University of Victoria, Canada
Eric Eide, University of Utah, USA
Marc Fiuczynski, Princeton University, USA
Michael Franz, University of California, Irvine, USA
Andreas Gal, University of California, Irvine, USA (chair)
Robert Grimm, New York University, USA
Julia Lawall, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Greg Morrisett, Harvard University
Gilles Muller, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Andrew Myers, Cornell University, USA
Christian W. Probst, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Olaf Spinczyk, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Clemens Szyperski, Microsoft, USA



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