|ECOOP 2016 - Call for papers (Rome, Jul 3026) firstname.lastname@example.org (2015-10-15)|
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ECOOP is a programming languages conference. Its primary focus has been
object-orientation, though it is liberal in its taste and, in recent years,
has accepted quality papers over a much broader range of programming language
and programming topics. Its sweet spot tends to be the theory, design,
implementation, optimization, and analysis of programming languages that
enable or enforce abstractions -- data, control, security, performance --
across various programming styles, from object-orientation to reactivity to
spreadsheets. It encourages both innovative and creative solutions to real
problems, and evaluations of existing solutions in ways that shed new
insights. Following recent precedent, it also encourages the submission of
The 30th edition of the ECOOP conferences series will take place from 18-22
July, 2016 in Rome, Italy.
# Important Dates for ECOOP'16 Research Papers
Submission deadline: ***8 Dec 2015*** [FIRM]
Author response start: 9 Feb 2016
Author response end: 12 Feb 2016
Acceptance notification: 7 Mar 2016
Main conference dates: 18-22 Jul 2016
# Call for Papers
ECOOP 2016 solicits high quality submissions describing original and
unpublished results. The program committee will evaluate the technical
contribution of each submission as well as its general relevance and
accessibility to the ECOOP audience according the following criteria:
ECOOP has become a broad conference for high-level programming language ideas,
while retaining expertise in object-oriented topics. The past editions give a
clear indication of the kind of material appropriate and interesting to the
conference. Please consult the program chair if you have questions about fit
Papers must present new ideas and place them appropriately within the context
established by previous research in the field. The paper must clearly identify
what this contribution has accomplished and how it relates to previous work.
The results in the paper must have the potential to add to the state of the
art or practice in important or significant ways. The paper must challenge or
change informed opinion about what is possible, true, or likely.
The paper must present evidence supporting its claims. Examples of evidence
include formalizations and proofs, implemented systems, experimental results,
statistical analyses, and case studies.
The paper must present its claims and results clearly. It must be organized so
that it is easily understood by an audience with varied expertise.
Papers must be no longer than 25 pages, including references, figures and
integral appendices. See below for information about additional appendices.
However, papers should be as long as necessary, but not longer. Reviewers will
expect papers to be at least 18 pages long, beyond which authors will not be
penalized for papers that are shorter than the page limit.
# For Reproduction Studies: Empirical Evaluation
Common in other sciences, reproduction means independently reconstructing an
experiment in a different context (e.g. virtual machine, platform, class of
applications) in order to validate or refute important results of earlier
work. A good reproduction study will include thorough empirical evaluation,
meeting high statistical standards. It will contain a detailed comparison with
the previous results, seeking reasons for possible disagreements.
# Publication Imprint
ECOOP Proceedings are published by Dagstuhl LIPIcs. LIPIcs is only the
publisher; authors retain ownership of their content.
# Paper Submission
Only papers that have not been published and are not under review for
publication elsewhere can be submitted. Double submissions will be rejected
without review. If major parts of an ECOOP submission have appeared elsewhere
in any form, authors are required to notify the ECOOP program chair and to
explain the overlap and relationship. Authors are also required to inform the
program chair about closely related work submitted to another conference while
the ECOOP submission is under review.
Submissions will be carried out electronically via HotCRP:
https://ecoop2016.hotcrp.com/ (the site will be alive in the next few weeks)
Papers must be written in English.
ECOOP will use light double-blind reviewing whereby authors' identities are
withheld until the reviewer submits their review (as usual, reviews are always
anonymous). To facilitate this, submitted papers must adhere to two rules:
- author names and institutions must be omitted, and
- references to authors' own other work should be in the third person (e.g.,
not "We build on our previous work ..." but rather "We build on the work of
However, nothing should be done in the name of anonymity that weakens the
submission or makes the job of reviewing the paper more difficult (e.g.,
important background references should not be omitted or anonymized). A
document answering frequently asked questions that hopefully addresses many
common concerns is available here. When in doubt, contact the program chair.
# Additional Material
Clearly marked additional appendices, not intended for the final publication,
containing supporting proofs, analyses, statistics, etc, may be included
beyond the 25 page limit. There is also an option on the paper submission page
to submit supplementary material, e.g., a technical report including proofs,
or the software used to implement a system that cannot easily be anonymized.
This material will be made available to reviewers after the initial reviews
have been completed when author names are revealed.
Reviewers are under no obligation to examine the supplemental material.
Therefore, the paper must be a stand-alone document, with the supplemental
material viewed only as a way of providing useful information that cannot fit
in the page limit, rather than as a means to extend the page limit. In our
experience, reviewers are more likely to consult additional appendices rather
than separate technical reports.
Authors of papers that have been submitted but not accepted by previous
prestigious conferences may additionally submit a Note to Reviewers. The Note
to Reviewers should a) identify the previous venue(s) (e.g. POPL 2016, OOPSLA
2015); b) list the major issues identified by the reviews at those venues; and
c) describe the changes made to the paper in response to those reviews. These
notes will be made available to reviewers after the initial review has been
completed and author names have been revealed.
# Response period
Authors will be given a four-day period to read and respond to the reviews of
their papers before the program committee meeting. Responses have no formal
length limit, but concision will be highly appreciated and is likely to be
# Artifact Evaluation
To reward the creation of artifacts and support replication of experiments,
authors of accepted research papers can submit artifacts (such as tools, data,
models, or videos) to be evaluated by an Artifact Evaluation Committee.
Artifacts that pass muster will be recognized formally, and the Artifact
Evaluation Committee will give an award for the most distinguished artifact.
For more information, please follow this link:
# For More Information
For additional information, please contact the ECOOP Program Chair, Shriram
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