The SoCal Programming Languages and Systems Workshop is an informal gathering of programming languages and systems researchers in Southern California.
This spring, we’ll meet at the University of Southern California on Saturday, April 30th, 2016.
The primary goals of this workshop include:
The workshop will be in Ronald Tutor Hall (RTH), room 526. This is on the Western side of campus – don’t get confused by the similarly named Ronald Tutor Campus Center. Only the doors on the North side of RTH will be unlocked. Once inside, take the elevator to the 5th floor, and 526 is immediately to the left.
If you are driving to USC, be advised that due to a March of Dimes event near campus, there will be several street closures near USC. In particular, you should avoid Jefferson, Figueroa, Hoover, and Exposition. Instead, you should approach campus from Vermont. Take the 10 freeway, exit Vermont, and head south until you reach Gate 6, which is at Vermont and 36th Pl.
If you requested parking, give your name to the parking attendant at Gate 6, and they will give you a parking pass to park in Parking Structure A (PSA). If you requested 2+ passes for your group, the first 2+ names will be on the parking list (if you’re unsure which names to use, feel free to contact me).
If you prefer public transportation, you can take the Expo Line to the Vermont/Exposition stop. This is a very short walk to RTH.
|10:00AM||Declarative Fence Insertion
John Bender, UCLA
|10:30AM||The Importance of Efficient Fine-Grain Synchronization for Many-Core Systems
Tongsheng Geng, UCI and Alfredo Goldman, USP
|11:15AM||Building a Better Undergraduate Compiler Course
Sanjay Madhav, USC
|12:45PM||Breaking Through the Normalization Barrier: A Self-Interpreter for F-omega
Matt Brown, UCLA
|1:15PM||Space-Efficient Latent Contracts
Michael Greenberg, Pomona College
|2:00PM||Fixing the Java Memory Model with Volatile-by-Default Semantics
Lun Liu, UCLA
|2:30PM||A First-Principles Approach to Computer Networking
Joe Touch, USC/ISI
|Saturday, April 9th||Abstract submission deadline (end of day)|
|Wednesday, April 13th||Notification of acceptance|
|Wednesday, April 20th||Registration deadline|
|Saturday, April 30th||SoCal PLS Workshop|
Both original research and work that has been published in other venues is welcome!
Authors should submit abstracts of at most ~300 words via (this) Google form. The submission deadline is Saturday, April 9th, by the end of the day.
Selected abstracts will be presented as a talk or a poster. The program committee will determine the length of the talks based on the number and content of the abstracts; and they’ll provide more information when they notify you of acceptance.
There will be no registration fee. Please register via (this form).
Please register by Wednesday, April 20th, so that we can get an accurate headcount for ordering food and acquiring parking passes.