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APLAS 2019
Sun 1 - Wed 4 December 2019 Bali, Indonesia

APLAS 2019 includes a poster session during the conference. The poster session aims to give students, researchers and professionals an opportunity to present technical materials to the research community, and to get responses from other researchers in the field.

Scope

Poster contributions are sought in all areas of programming languages and systems, including the following topics:

  • Semantics, logics, foundational theory
  • Design of languages, type systems and foundational calculi
  • Domain-specific languages
  • Compilers, interpreters, abstract machines
  • Program derivation, synthesis and transformation
  • Program analysis, verification, model-checking
  • Logic, constraint, probabilistic and quantum programming
  • Software security
  • Concurrency and parallelism
  • Tools and environments for programming and implementation

Contact

Poster Chair: Andreea Costea, School of Computing, National University of Singapore.

This program is tentative and subject to change.

Mon 2 Dec

aplas-2019-posters
18:00 - 21:00: Posters - Poster session
Chair(s): Andreea CosteaSchool of Computing, National University Of Singapore
aplas-2019-catering
18:00 - 21:00: Catering - Reception

Each presenter should submit an extended abstract to EasyChair of no longer than two 8.5×11 inch pages in PDF by 20 September. The submission should include the title and the complete list of author(s) and affiliation(s). Your abstract should contain a brief description of your problem, the key contributions of your work, how your work compares to prior research, and any results from evaluation.

Please use this ACM template to format your submission.

We will announce the accepted presentations on 25 September. We hope to accommodate every presentation, but may restrict them (based on relevance and interest to the community) due to space constraints.

Submission website: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=plsps2019

Contact

Poster Chair: Andreea Costea, School of Computing, National University of Singapore.

By default, every accepted poster of APLAS 2019 will participate in a Student Research Competition (SRC) unless the authors explicitly express their wish not do so. To unsubscribe from SRC kindly email the poster chair with the subject “Unsubscribe from APLAS19 SRC”, providing details such as author names and the poster submission number. The competition consists of the following phases:

  1. Extended abstract: to participate in the SRC, one needs to have submitted an extended abstract via the APLAS 2019 posters track and to have been accepted for the poster session.
  2. Poster Session (during the conference): During the poster session of APLAS 2019, a panel formed of poster committee members will discuss with each poster presenter to asses their work and to provide feedback with respect to their research direction. This committee also chooses at least three posters to advance to phase 3.
  3. Short Talk (during the conference): the authors reaching this phase will have the opportunity to present their work during the APLAS 2019 Research Papers track, as they will be given short slots for talks with slides during one of the sessions.

Note: This Student Research Competition is NOT a part of ACM SRC;

TL;DR:
let _SRC_ submitted_posters committee presentation talk =
   let src_posters = List.filter (λ (_,accepted,src) . accepted && src ) submitted_posters in
   let final_three = List.filter (λ poster . committee (presentation poster) <= 3 ) src_posters in
   talk final_three

Contact

Poster Chair: Andreea Costea, School of Computing, National University of Singapore.

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