CfP: MPLR 2024 in Vienna, Deadline May 16 (September, 2024)
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MPLR is co-hosted with ECOOP and ISSTA and a number of workshops in
Vienna on September 16-20, 2024
Below is the full Call for Papers from

The 21st International Conference on Managed Programming Languages &
Runtimes (MPLR, formerly ManLang, originally PPPJ) is a premier forum
for presenting and discussing novel results in all aspects of managed
programming languages and runtime systems, which serve as building
blocks for some of the most important computing systems in use,
ranging from small-scale (embedded and real-time systems) to
large-scale (cloud-computing and big-data platforms) and anything in
between (desktop, mobile, IoT, and wearable applications).

#### Topics

The areas of interest include but are not limited to:

- **Languages and Compilers**

        - Managed languages (e.g., Java, Scala, JavaScript, Python, Ruby,
            C#, F#, Clojure, Groovy, Kotlin, R, Smalltalk, Racket, Rust, Go,
            Lua, MATLAB, Raku, Pony, ���)
        - Domain-specific languages
        - Language design
        - Compilers and interpreters
        - Type systems and program logics
        - Language interoperability
        - Parallelism, distribution, and concurrency
- **Virtual Machines**
        - Portable intermediate representations (e.g., JVM, WebAssembly,
            RPython, ...)

        - Managed runtime systems (e.g., GraalVM, Android Runtime (ART),
            V8, JavaScriptCore, .NET, ���)
        - VM design and optimization
        - VMs for mobile and embedded devices
        - VMs for real-time applications
        - Memory management and garbage collection
        - Hardware/software co-design
        - Persistence
- **Techniques, Tools, and Applications**
        - Static and dynamic program analysis
        - Testing and debugging
        - Refactoring
        - Program understanding
        - Program synthesis
        - Security and privacy
        - Performance analysis and monitoring
        - Compiler and program verification and model checking

If you are unsure whether a particular topic falls within the scope of
MPLR���24 or if you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to
contact the Program Chair Christoph Kirsch at

#### Submission Categories

MPLR accepts four types of submissions:

- **Regular research papers**, describing novel contributions
        involving managed language platforms. Research papers will be
        evaluated based on their relevance, novelty, technical rigor, and
        contribution to the state-of-the-art. (Format: up to 12 pages,
        excluding bibliography and appendix);

- **Work-in-progress research papers**, describing hot topics or
        promising new ideas, with perhaps less maturity than full
        papers. Work-in-progress papers will be evaluated with an emphasis
        on novelty and the potential of the new ideas instead of technical
        rigor and experimental results. (Format: up to 6 pages, excluding
        bibliography and appendix);

- **Industry and tool papers**, presenting technical challenges and
        solutions for managed language platforms in the context of
        deployed applications and systems. Industry and tool papers will
        be evaluated on their relevance, usefulness, and
        results. Suitability for demonstration and availability will also
        be considered for tool papers. (Format: up to 6 pages, excluding
        bibliography and appendix; up to 12 pages allowed if justified by
        the content);

- **Posters and demonstrations**, which will be evaluated similarly to
        work-in-progress papers. (Format: poster pdf and 1-page abstract).

Accepted submissions will be published in the ACM Digital Library,
except if the authors prefer not to be included.

MPLR 2024 submissions must conform to the ACM Policy on Prior
Publication and Simultaneous Submissions and to the SIGPLAN
Republication Policy. See

#### Author Instructions

Submissions need to use the ACM SIGPLAN format with the `sigplan` style.

If you are using LaTeX, submissions need to use the `acmart` document
class with the `sigplan` option (*not* the `sigconf` option). In the
`` file that downloads from the LaTeX (Version 1.90)
link on the
page, look for `samples/sample-sigplan.tex` as a guide. If you use
Overleaf, be sure to change the `documentclass` option `manuscript` to
`sigplan`. For ease of reviewing, please include page numbers in your
submission using the LaTeX command
`\settopmatter{printfolios=true}`. Please use the standard setting,
e.g., the default font size for the SIGPLAN style is 10 point and the
format uses two columns for the test.

All submissions need to be in PDF format. MPLR now uses **double-blind
reviewing**. **Authors should not show their names on a submission
and should refer to their own work in third person.** We further
recommend that they avoid publicizing the work, at least under the
same or similar title, while it is under review.

Please also ensure that your submission is legible when printed on a
black and white printer. In particular, please check that colors
remain distinct and font sizes are legible.

Submission Site:

Important Dates

- Paper Submission Deadline: May 16, 2024
- Paper Author Notification: June 24, 2024
- Camera Ready for Papers: July 31, 2024
- Posters and Demos Submission Deadline: August 5, 2024
- Posters and Demos Notification: August 12, 2024
- Conference Date: September 19, 2024

All deadlines are 23:59 AoE (UTC-12h).

AUTHORS TAKE NOTE: The official publication date is the date the
proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date
may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The
official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings
related to published work.

- anton
M. Anton Ertl

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