SoCal '10: Programming Languages and Systems
The SoCal Programing Languages and Systems Workshop is an informal gathering of programming languages and systems researchers in the southern California region. SoCal will next meet at UCLA on December 4, 2010.The primary goals of this workshop include
- Providing a friendly environment for students (and other researchers) to present their work
- Strengthening ties between local institutions
- Learning about cool stuff happening in PL!
This SoCal meeting will consist of contributed talks and posters, as well as a keynote talk by Chandra Krintz (UC Santa Barbara).
Schedule: 9:30–5:15, Saturday, December 4, 2010.
Parking: Visitor parking is available in parking structure 9. There are attendants at a parking kiosk outside of Boelter who can give directions. UC faculty members can get a free parking pass by showing attendants a faculty ID and home-university parking pass.
Presentations and Participation
- Call for Participation
- Registration Form (Preregister by November 28!)
- Presentation Instructions
The FactsProgram Committee: Kim Bruce, Sorin Lerner, Jeff Vaughan
Keynote: Language and Runtime Support for the Next-Generation of Distributed Applications, Chandra Krintz
Call for Participation
Call for Presentations
Mailing List: socal|@|lists|.|ucla|.|edu, (subscribe)
Organizer: Jeff Vaughan
|November 3||Abstract deadline|
|November 12||Notification of acceptance|
|November 28||Registration deadline|
|December 4||SoCal workshop|
Authors should submit abstracts of at most one page in length. All abstracts must be in pdf or plain text format. Send abstracts to jeff|@|cs|.|ucla|.|edu by November 3, 2010. Both original research and work that has been published in other venues is welcome. Selected abstracts will be presented as a talk or a poster.