MASPLAS '96 (Michael Hind)
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From: (Michael Hind)
Keywords: conference, CFP
Organization: SUNY New Paltz
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 1995 00:57:41 GMT

1996 Mid-Atlantic States Student Workshop on Programming Languages and Systems

                    *** MASPLAS '96 is being supported by ACM SIGPLAN ***

Saturday, April 27, 1996
SUNY at New Paltz
New Paltz, New York

Keynote Speaker: Jeanne Ferrante (University of California at San Diego)

Program Chairs: Michael Hind and Andrew Pletch (SUNY at New Paltz)

This one-day workshop provides graduate students with the opportunity
to present their current research. Presenters are strongly encouraged
to submit written versions of their work, which will be packaged into
proceedings and distributed to all workshop attendees. A poster
session will follow the presentations to provide increased
opportunities for students to present their work. The nominal
registration fee of $30 includes:

- attendance of the keynote address, the main session,
and the poster session
- the workshop proceedings
- lunch
- dinner

MASPLAS '95 was organized by Phil Pfeifer and held at East Stroudsburg
University. The following institutions were represented:

Cornell University,
East Stroudsburg University,
Lehigh University,
Loyola University,
New Jersey Institute of Technology,
New York University,
Penn State University,
Polytechnic University,
Rutgers University,
Sarnoff Labs,
SUNY at New Paltz,
Temple University,
University of Delaware.

Twelve presentations were made in two parallel sessions. These
presentations were followed by a poster session.

If you are interested in participating in MASPLAS '96, please send
e-mail to

with the following information:
- Are you interested in this workshop?
- Your status (faculty, student, etc.)
- An estimate of your level of participation
(presenter, poster exhibitor, attendee only)

More information about the workshop is available at:

New Paltz is located in the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley just east of the
Shawagunk Mountains. It is centrally located between Albany and New
York City immediately off of Exit 18 of the New York State Thruway
(Route 87). New Paltz is 90 minutes from Albany and New York City,
and approximately three hours from Syracuse, Ithaca, and Boston.
Several inexpensive hotels are located close to the college.

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