SPLASH 2015 Call for Contributions: OOPSLA, Onward!, Workshops, Dynamic Languages Symposium (Pittsburgh, Oct 15)

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From: Craig Anslow <craig.anslow@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 13:28:19 -0500 (EST)
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 05 Feb 2015 13:28:19 EST

ACM Conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications:
Software for Humanity (SPLASH'15)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
25th-30th October, 2015


Sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN

Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS)

The ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and
Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH) embraces all aspects of software
construction and delivery to make it the premier conference at the
intersection of programming, languages, and software engineering. SPLASH is
now accepting submissions. We invite high quality submissions describing
original and unpublished work.

** OOPSLA Research Papers **
Papers that address any aspect of software development are welcome, including
requirements, modeling, prototyping, design, implementation, generation,
analysis, verification, testing, evaluation, maintenance, reuse, replacement,
and retirement of software systems. Papers may address these topics in a
variety of ways, including new tools (such as languages, program analyses, and
runtime systems), new techniques (such as methodologies, design processes,
code organization approaches, and management techniques), and new evaluations
(such as formalisms and proofs, corpora analyses, user studies, and surveys).

Submissions Due: 25 March, 2015

** Onward! Research Papers **
Onward! is a premier multidisciplinary conference focused on everything to do
with programming and software: including processes, methods, languages,
communities, and applications. Onward! is more radical, more visionary, and
more open than other conferences to ideas that are well-argued but not yet
proven. We welcome different ways of thinking about, approaching, and
reporting on programming language and software engineering research.

Submissions Due: 2 April, 2015

** Onward! Essays **
Onward! Essays is looking for clear and compelling pieces of writing about
topics important to the software community. An essay can be an exploration of
a topic, its impact, or the circumstances of its creation; it can present a
personal view of what is, explore a terrain, or lead the reader in an act of
discovery; it can be a philosophical digression or a deep analysis. It can
describe a personal journey, perhaps that by which the author reached an
understanding of such a topic. The subject area should be interpreted broadly
and can include the relationship of software to human endeavors, or its
philosophical, sociological, psychological, historical, or anthropological

Submissions Due: 2 April, 2015

** Workshops **
The SPLASH Workshops track will host a variety of high-quality workshops,
allowing their participants to meet and discuss research questions with peers,
to mature new and exciting ideas, and to build up communities and start new
collaborations. SPLASH workshops complement the main tracks of the conference
and provide meetings in a smaller and more specialized setting. Workshops
cultivate new ideas and concepts for the future, optionally recorded in formal

Early Phase Submissions Due: 25 March, 2015
Late Phase Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS) **
DLS is the premier forum for researchers and practitioners to share knowledge
and research on dynamic languages, their implementation, and applications. The
influence of dynamic languages -- from Lisp to Smalltalk to Python to
Javascript -- on real-world practice, and research, continues to grow. We
invite high quality papers reporting original research, innovative
contributions, or experience related to dynamic languages, their
implementation, and applications.

Submissions Due: 7 June, 2015

** Co-Located Events **

8th International ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Software Language Engineering

14th International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts &
Experiences (GPCE)

22nd International Conference on Pattern Languages of Programming (PLoP)

SPLASH Early Registration Deadline: 25 September, 2015
Contact: info@splashcon.org
Website: http://2015.splashcon.org

Sheraton Station Square Hotel
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

SPLASH General Chair: Jonathan Aldrich (Carnegie Mellon University)
OOPSLA Papers Chair: Patrick Eugster (Purdue University)
Onward! Papers Chair: Gail Murphy (University of British Columbia)
Onward! Essays Chair: Guy Steele (Oracle Labs)
DLS Papers Chair: Manuel Serrano (INRIA)
SPLASH-E Chair: Eli Tilevich (Virginia Tech)
Wavefront Co-Chairs: Dennis Mancl (Alcatel-Lucent)
Artifacts Co-Chairs: Robby Findler (Northwestern University) and Michael Hind
(IBM Research)
Workshop Co-Chairs: Du Li (Carnegie Mellon University) and Jan Rellermeyer
(IBM Research)
Demos Chair: Igor Peshansky (Google) and Pietro Ferrara (IBM Research)
Posters Co-Chairs: Nick Sumner (Simon Fraser University)
Student Research Competition Co-Chairs: Sam Guyer (Tufts University)
Student Volunteer Co-Chairs: Jonathan Bell (Columbia University) and Daco
Harkes (TU Delft)
Inspirations Chair: Darya Kurilova (Carnegie Mellon University)
Publications Chair: Alex Potanin (Victoria University of Wellington)
Local Arrangements Chair: Claire Le Goues (Carnegie Mellon University)
Sponsorship Chair: Tony Hosking (Purdue University)
Publicity and Web Co-Chairs: Craig Anslow (University of Calgary) and Tijs van
der Storm (CWI)
Web Technology Chair: Eelco Visser (TU Delft)

Kind regards,

Craig Anslow, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Department of Computer Science
University of Calgary, Canada
T: +1 587 999 8020
E: craig.anslow@ucalgary.ca
W: http://anslow.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/

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