CFP & CFW: PPPJ 2010 -- Principles and Practice of Programming in Java (Vienna, Sep 10)


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Ondrej Lhotak

This message contains both a Call for Papers and a Call for Workshops
and Tutorials. Please see the Call for Workshops and Tutorials below the
Call for Papers.

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# Principles and Practice of Programming in Java #
# PPPJ 2010 - Vienna, Austria, September 15-17, 2010 #
# Call for Papers #
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http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/pppj10/

This conference will be held in cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and ACM SIGAPP.


SCOPE

Java programming is multi-faceted, covering a rich diversity of systems,
tools, frameworks and techniques. PPPJ provides a forum for researchers,
practitioners and educators to present and discuss novel results on
all aspects of Java programming including the language and its virtual
machine, methods, tools, frameworks, case studies, and experience
reports. We invite papers on all these aspects. Topics include but are
not limited to:

The Java Language and Systems
Other Languages for the JVM
VM Design and Optimization
Software Engineering with Java
Model-driven Development in Java
Component- and Service-oriented Architectures
Java Frameworks and Tools
Java and Formal Methods
Testing, Analysis and Metrics
Java on Mobile and Embedded Devices
Java Concurrency
Parallelization of Java programs
Applications in Science, Engineering, and Business
Java Practice and Experience Reports
Teaching Java


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

All papers must represent original and unpublished work that is not
currently under review. Papers will be evaluated according to their
significance, originality, technical content, style, clarity, and
relevance to the conference.

At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the
conference.

Two types of paper submissions will be accepted: research/experience
papers as well as tool demonstration papers. Research/experience papers
must not exceed 10 pages, while tool demonstration papers must not
exceed 4 pages. Submitted papers should clearly indicate their type.

The conference proceedings will be published as part of the ACM
International Proceedings Series and will be disseminated through the
ACM Digital Library. We also plan to invite the authors of the best
papers to provide an extended version for a special issue of Elsevier
Science of Computer Programming.

The required format for the submission is the ACM SIGPLAN Proceedings
Style. The author information containing the Latex and Word templates
can be found at http://www.sigplan.org/authorInformation.htm.
Please apply the ACM Computing Classification categories and terms
(http://www.acm.org/class/1998/).


IMPORTANT DATES

* Abstract Submissions: April 18, 2010 (24:00 GMT)
* Paper Submissions: April 25, 2010 (24:00 GMT)
* Author Notification: June 7, 2010
* Camera Ready Submissions: July 18, 2010
* Author Registration Deadline: July 23, 2010


ORGANIZERS

General Chair
- Andreas Krall, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Program Chair
- Hanspeter MC6ssenbC6ck, University of Linz, Austria

Publicity Chair
- Ondrej Lhotak, University of Waterloo, Canada

Web chair
- Alexander Jordan, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Steering Committee
- Markus Aleksy, ABB Corporate Research, Germany
- Vasco Amaral, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
- Conrad Cunningham, University of Mississippi, USA
- Ralf Gitzel, ABB Corporate Research, Germany
- John Waldron, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Program Committee
- Elvira Albert, Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)
- Walter Binder, University of Lugano (Switzerland)
- Judith Bishop, Microsoft Research (USA)
- Giacomo Cabri, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
- Bruce Childers, University of Pittsburgh (USA)
- Deepak Dhungana, Lero (Ireland)
- Artur Miguel Dias, New University Lisbon (Portugal)
- Stephan Diehl, University of Trier (Germany)
- Bertil Folliot, Inria (France)
- Joseph (Yossi) Gil, Technion (Israel)
- Dave Grove, IBM Research (USA)
- Tibor Gyimothy, University of Szeged (Hungary)
- Petr Hnetynka, Charles University Prague (Czech Republic)
- Nigel Horspool, University of Victoria (Canada)
- Axel Korthaus, Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
- Andreas Krall, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)
- Ondrej Lhotak, University of Waterloo (Canada)
- Lian Li, Sun Labs (Australia)
- Thomas Preuss, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
- Christian Probst, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)
- Ian Rogers, Azul Systems (USA)
- Abhik Roychoudhury, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
- Doug Simon, Sun Labs (USA)
- Ryan Stansifer, Florida Institute of Technology (USA)
- Ben Stephenson, University of Calgary (Canada)
- Antero Taivalsaari, Nokia (Finland)
- Jeffery von Ronne, University of Texas at San Antonio (USA)
- George Wells, Rhodes University (South Africa)
- Christian Wimmer, UC Irvine (USA)


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# Principles and Practice of Programming in Java #
# PPPJ 2010 - Vienna, Austria, September 15-17, 2010 #
# Call for Workshops #
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http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/pppj10/

The International Conference on Principles and Practice of
Programming In Java (PPPJ 2010) seeks to draw together researchers,
teachers, practitioners, and programmers who study or work with the
Java programming Language to discuss the principles and practice of
its use in a friendly and convivial academic environment.

PPPJ 2010 will be held in cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and ACM SIGAPP.

The PPPJ 2010 organizing committee is soliciting proposals for workshops
and tutorial sessions to be held in conjunction with the main programme.

The purpose of PPPJ workshops and tutorials is to discuss emerging
aspects of Java programming with students, researchers and practitioners.
The aims of the sessions are to develop understanding, to exchange
experiences, to build research communities and to help to characterise
the direction of future developments.
Topics include but are not limited to:

* The Java Language and Systems
* Other Languages for the JVM
* VM Design and Optimization
* Software Engineering with Java
* Model-driven Development in Java
* Component- and Service-oriented Architectures
* Java Frameworks and Tools
* Java and Formal Methods
* Testing, Analysis and Metrics
* Java on Mobile and Embedded Devices
* Java Concurrency
* Parallelization of Java programs
* Applications in Science, Engineering, and Business
* Java Practice and Experience Reports
* Teaching Java


Tutorials should last 1.5 to 2 hours, workshops should last 2 to 4
hours. Workshop sessions may include a submission
and review process of short papers (max 4 pages), and should include
a discussion session.
Tutorials should focus on a particular technique, software or
methodology.
Workshop papers will be published with the conference proceedings.

Workshop and tutorial proposals should be no longer than four pages,
should describe the background and focus of the workshop, the background
of the workshop organizing committee and the estimated number of
participants. Proposals should also include a draft Call for Papers.

The organizers of PPPJ 2010 will provide a meeting room and it is
currently intended to publish workshop proceedings along with the PPPJ
proceedings in the ACM International Conference Proceedings series.
All other issues related to proposed workshops will have to be planned
and organized by the workshop organizing committee.

Workshop proposals should be sent by email to:
(e-mail address removed)


IMPORTANT DATES

* Workshop and Tutorial Proposals: April 25, 2010
* Notification of Accepted Proposals: May 10, 2010
* Workshop Paper Submissions: July 5, 2010
* Notification to Workshop Paper Authors: July 26, 2010
* Camera Ready Submissions: August 16, 2010
* Workshop Paper Author Registration Deadline: August 2, 2010
 
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