16th SoCal PLS: Programming Languages and Systems
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.
Workshop in Spring 2016
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 happenings in programming languages, systems, and related areas!
|Friday, April 8th||Abstract deadline (end of day)|
|Wednesday, April 13th||Notification of acceptance|
|Wednesday, April 20th||Registration deadline|
|Saturday, April 30th||SoCal 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 a (forthcoming) Google form. The submission deadline is Friday, April 8th, 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. A Google form for registration is forthcoming.
Please register by Wednesday, April 20th, so that we can get an accurate headcount for ordering food and acquiring parking passes.
|2014||Spring||Harvey Mudd College|
|2011||Spring||Harvey Mudd College|
|2002||Fall||UC Santa Barbara|