The 38th ACM SIGPLAN-SIGACT Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL 2011) will be held in Austin, Texas, USA from 26 January to 28 January. POPL provides a forum for the discussion of fundamental principles and important innovations in the design, definition, analysis, transformation, implementation and verification of programming languages, programming systems, and programming abstractions. Both experimental and theoretical papers on principles and innovations are welcome, ranging from formal frameworks to reports on practical experiences.
Proposals are invited for workshops and other events to be co-located with POPL 2011. Events can either be sponsored by SIGPLAN or supported through in-cooperation status. Workshops should be more informal and focused than POPL itself, include sessions that enable interaction among the workshop attendees, and be fairly low cost. The preference is for one-day workshops, but other schedules can also be considered. All co-located events will be held on 23 January through 25 January.
|Deadline for submission:||Monday, 15 March 2010|
|Notification of acceptance:||Wednesday, 28 April 2010|
Prospective organizers of workshops and other events are invited to submit a completed meeting proposal form (sponsored workshop, in-cooperation workshop, sponsored event, in-cooperation event) in plain text format to the POPL 2011 workshop chair (Matt Might), via email to , by Monday, 15 March 2010. Please note that this is a firm deadline. Organizers will be notified if their proposal is accepted by Wednesday, 28 April 2010 , and, if successful, are required to produce a final report after the workshop has taken place that is suitable for publication in SIGPLAN Notices. Further information about SIGPLAN sponsorship and in-cooperation status of workshops is available here. Further information about SIGPLAN sponsored events is available here, and about events sponsored in-cooperation with SIGPLAN is available here.
All event proposals will be evaluated by a committee comprising the following members of the POPL 2011 organising committee, together with the members of the SIGPLAN executive committee.
|Thomas Ball||Microsoft Research||General chair|
|Mooly Sagiv||Tel-Aviv University||Program chair|
|Matt Might||University of Utah||Workshops chair|
Any queries regarding POPL 2011 co-located event proposals should be addressed to the workshops chair (Matt Might), via email to .