SPLASH 2015 - Call for Contributions: Other Tracks (Pittsburgh, Oct 2015)

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From: Craig Anslow <craig.anslow@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: Wed, 20 May 2015 16:45:18 -0700 (PDT)
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 20 May 2015 23:41:46 EDT

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

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


Sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN

   Doctoral Symposium
Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS)
OOPSLA Artifacts
Student Research Competition
Student Volunteers

Co-Located Conferences: SLE, GPCE, DBPL, PLoP

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original and unpublished work.

** Demos **
The SPLASH Demonstrations track is an excellent vehicle for sharing your
latest work with an experienced and technically savvy audience. Live
demonstrations show the impact of software innovation. Demonstrations are not
product sales pitches, but rather an opportunity to highlight, explain, and
present interesting technical aspects of running applications in a dynamic and
highly interactive setting. Presenters are encouraged to actively solicit
feedback from the audience, which should lead to very interesting and
entertaining demonstration sessions.

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Doctoral Symposium **
The SPLASH Doctoral Symposium provides students with useful guidance for
completing their dissertation research and beginning their research careers.
The Symposium will provide an interactive forum for doctoral students who have
progressed far enough in their research to have a structured proposal, but
will not be defending their dissertation in the next 12 months.

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS) **
The 11th Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS) at SPLASH 2015 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.

Submissions Due: 15 June, 2015

** OOPSLA Artifacts **
The Artifact Evaluation process is a service provided by the community to help
authors of accepted papers provide more substantial supplements to their
papers so future researchers can more effectively build on and compare with
previous work. The Artifact Evaluation Committee has been formed to assess how
well paper authors prepare artifacts in support of such future researchers.
Roughly, authors of papers who wish to participate are invited to submit an
artifact that supports the conclusions of the paper.

Submissions Due: 9 June, 2015

** Posters **
The SPLASH Poster track provides an excellent forum for authors to present
their recent or ongoing projects in an interactive setting, and receive
feedback from the community. We invite submissions covering any aspect of
programming, systems, languages and applications. The goal of the poster
session is to encourage and facilitate small groups of individuals interested
in a technical area to gather and interact. It is held early in the
conference, to promote continued discussion among interested parties. Posters
can be independent presentations or associated with one of the other parts of

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** SPLASH-E **
The SPLASH-E track brings together researchers and educators to share
educational results, ideas, and challenges centered in Software and
Programming Languages. Submission formats vary, including papers, tool demos,
lightning talks, challenge-topics for discussion, and suggested themes for
"unconference" sessions. Help us create an engaging forum for educational
issues related to SPLASH!

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Student Research Competition **
The ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition (ACM SRC) is an
internationally-recognized venue that enables undergraduate and graduate
students to experience the research world, share their research results with
other students and SPLASH attendees. The competition has separate categories
for undergraduate and graduate students and awards prizes to the top three
students in each category. The ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition shares
the Poster session's goal to facilitate interaction with researchers and
industry practitioners; providing both sides with the opportunity to learn of
ongoing, current research.

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Student Volunteers **
The SPLASH Student Volunteer program provides an opportunity for students from
around the world to associate with some of the leading personalities in
industry and research in the following areas: programming languages,
object-oriented technology and software development. Student volunteers
contribute to the smooth running of the conference by performing tasks such
as: assisting with registration, providing information about the conference to
attendees, assisting session organizers and monitoring sessions.

Submissions Due: 7 August, 2015

** Tutorials **
The SPLASH 2015 Tutorials programme will consist of prestigious tutorials on
current topics in software, systems, and languages research. The scope of
Tutorials is the same as the conference itself: all aspects of software
construction and delivery at the intersection of programming, languages, and
software engineering. Tutorials in particular focus on the nexus between
research and practice, including work that takes inspiration from or builds
connections to areas not commonly considered at SPLASH. Tutorials should
introduce researchers to current research in an area, or show important new
tools that can be used in research.

Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Wavefront **
The SPLASH Wavefront track is looking for presentations and technology talks
of interest to the software community, particularly to software professionals
working in companies large and small. Wavefront is a forum for presenting
experience reports and tutorials about innovative tools, technologies, and
software practices.

Submissions Due: 30 June, 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

Late Phase Submissions Due: 30 June, 2015

** Co-Located Events **

SLE - 8th International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE)
Submissions Due: 15 June, 2015

GPCE - 14th International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts &
Experiences (GPCE)
Submissions Due: 15 June, 2015

DBPL - 15th Symposium on Database Programming Languages (DBPL)
Submissions Due: 15 June, 2015

PLoP - 22nd International Conference on Pattern Languages of Programming
Submissions Due: 12 May, 2015

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)
Artifacts Co-Chairs: Robby Findler (Northwestern University) and Michael Hind
(IBM Research)
Demos Co-Chair: Igor Peshansky (Google) and Pietro Ferrara (IBM Research)
Doctoral Symposium Chair: Yu David Liu, State University of New York (SUNY)
Local Arrangements Chair: Claire Le Goues (Carnegie Mellon University)
PLMW Workshop Co-Chairs: Darya Kurilova (Carnegie Mellon University) and
Zachary Tatlock (University of Washington)
Posters Co-Chairs: Nick Sumner (Simon Fraser University)
Publications Chair: Alex Potanin (Victoria University of Wellington)
Publicity and Web Co-Chairs: Craig Anslow (University of Calgary) and Tijs van
der Storm (CWI)
SPLASH-E Chair: Eli Tilevich (Virginia Tech)
SPLASH-I Co-Chairs: Tijs van der Storm (CWI) and Jan Vitek (Northeastern
Student Research Competition Co-Chairs: Sam Guyer (Tufts University) and
Patrick Lam (University of Waterloo)
Student Volunteer Co-Chairs: Jonathan Bell (Columbia University) and Daco
Harkes (TU Delft)
Sponsorship Chair: Tony Hosking (Purdue University)
Tutorials Co-Chair: Romain Robbes (University of Chile) and Ronald Garcia
(University of British Columbia)
Video Chair: Michael Hilton (Oregon State University)
Videos Previews Czar: Thomas LaToza (University of California, Irvine)
Wavefront Co-Chairs: Dennis Mancl (Alcatel-Lucent) and Joe Kiniry (Galois)
Web Technology Chair: Eelco Visser (TU Delft)
Workshop Co-Chairs: Du Li (Carnegie Mellon University) and Jan Rellermeyer
(IBM Research)

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