Implementation, Compilation, Optimization of Object-Oriented Languages, Programs and Systems (ICOOOLPS’12)
- Eric Jul (chair), Bell Labs Ireland/Oslo University
- Ian Rogers (Co-chair), Google
- Olivier Zendra (Co-chair), Inria
Contact: Eric Jul firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Meeting Room #1, Crowne Plaza Hotel Parkview, Beijing, China (co-located with ECOOP 2012).
Date and Time: June 11th, 2012, from 10:45am to 6pm.
NOTE: We start AFTER the PLDI keynote by Ole Agesen!
Programming languages, especially object-oriented ones, are pervasive and play a significant role in computer science and engineering life.
They sometime appear as ubiquitous and completely mature. However, despite a large number of works, there is still a clear need for solutions for efficient implementation and compilation of OO languages in various application domains ranging from embedded and real-time systems to desktop systems.
The ICOOOLPS workshop series thus aims to address this crucial issue of optimization in OO languages, programs and systems. It intends to do so by bringing together researchers and practitioners working in the field of object-oriented languages implementation and optimization. Its main goals are identifying fundamental bases and key current issues pertaining to the efficient implementation, compilation and optimization of OO languages, and outlining future challenges and research directions.
An expected output of this workshop is a synthesis identifying fundamental bases and key current issues pertaining to the efficient implementation and compilation of OO languages, in order to spread them further amongst the various computing systems. It is also intended to extend this synthesis to encompass future challenges and research directions in the field of OO languages implementation and optimization, as well as non-OO languages.
ICOOOLPS 2012 will build on previous successful ICOOOLPS workshops held in Nantes, Berlin, Cyprus, Genoa, and Maribor.
We seek submissions of full papers of around 8 pages in length. The organization committee consists of one chair and two co-chairs. Past workshops have had a program committee with 12 members from leading academic and commercial organizations. The task of reviewing papers is split evenly amongst members of the committees, with members typically reviewing in the region of 4 to 5 papers each. The bulk of the time in the workshop is focused on allowing the presentation of the material from these papers, although there also will be time for an invited talk and a longer discussion section.
Past workshops have had invited speakers and this increased interest in attending the workshop sessions from ECOOP attendees. We believe we can identify suitable speakers for this year’s workshop. At the end of the workshop, we have created workshop reports to disseminate the findings of the workshop. Past workshop readers have been distributed online as well as in the ACM digital library.
A description of how the workshop papers and results will be published or otherwise disseminated.
Papers for previous workshops have been made available either online through the workshop web site, or more recently through the ACM digital library. As with previous workshops a reader covering what was presented at the workshop will be created.
Please note that the normal ICOOOLPS website is down for a longer period of time and so we are resorting to an “emergency” alternative site. Send your submission, max 8 pages, to ICOOOLPSemail@example.com
April 24th, 2012 – or let us say: April 25th, 2012 at 13:01 UTC (this should be past April 24th anywhere on Earth).
Notification: April 30th, 2012 (day before early registration deadline for ECOOP, which is May 1st, 2012).