ECOOP 2016 will host an exciting array of 11 workshops on a variety of topics in computing:
|COP||8th International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming|
|FTfJP||18th Workshop on Formal Techniques for Java-like Programs|
|GRACE||1st Workshop on the Grace Programming Language|
|ICOOOLPS||11th Implementation, Compilation, Optimization of Object-Oriented Languages, Programs and Systems Workshop|
|IWACO||7th International Workshop on Aliasing, Capabilities and Ownership|
|LIVE||2nd Workshop on Live Programming Systems|
|PMLDC||1st Workshop on Programming Models and Languages for Distributed Computing|
|PX||1st Edition of the Programming Experience Workshop|
|STOP||5th Edition of the Script To Program Evolution Workshop|
|VORTEX||1st VORTEX Workshop on Runtime Verification|
They either address a focused topic in depth or explore connections between object-oriented technologies and other areas. All workshops will be held on Sunday July 17 through Tuesday July 19.
Call for Workshops (closed)
The deadline for workshop proposals was January 22nd, 2016.
A workshop proposal should include the following information:
Name of the workshop.
Duration of the workshop (half-day, full-day, multi-day).
An abstract: 150-200 words describing the workshop, suitable for the ECOOP Web site.
A preliminary Call For Workshop Papers describing the workshop's focus and its main topics.
A summary of the workshop format: e.g., refereed papers, and/or short papers, and/or invited talks, and/or problem solving, and/or brainstorming sessions. How will papers or other submissions be reviewed?
A description of how the workshop papers and results will be published or otherwise disseminated.
References to previous editions of the workshop (if any) including information about the number of participants.
About each organizer:
Name, affiliation, and contact information.
Primary contact: identify one organizer as the primary contact.
A brief biography (up to 200 words), focusing on the organizer's expertise in the field and experience as a workshop organizer.
Any special requirements that the workshop may have.
Each workshop will have to pay attention to the following estimated timing constraints: the workshop’s web page should be up two weeks after notification of acceptance, the Call for Papers should be public by February 26th, the deadline for submission April 15th, and notification May 13th.
Proposals will be reviewed by the ECOOP 2016 workshop organizers once submission has closed.
Notification will be sent one week after submission has closed.
Each proposal will be evaluated according to the value and relevance of its workshop topic, the expertise and experience of the workshop organizers, and the potential of the proposed workshop to attract participants and generate useful results.
The number of accepted proposals will be limited by the availability of the conference rooms.
We ask you to set up your PC chair and your web page as soon as possible. When building your PC, please consider that it is important that PC members attend the workshop to have lively discussions. It is motivating for workshop participants to meet experts in the field.
A proposal should clearly state how the results of the workshop–the papers and other outcomes–will be made available to participants and others, both before and after the workshop event. Guidance will be provided to organizers who wish to publish their proceedings with Dagstuhl LIPIcs.