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== Accepted Talks ==
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== Program ==
   
In no particular order; the final schedule will be announced later.
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9.00 : Start
   
* '''''My Dream GHC Environment: A Few Things We Do Right, and Many We Do Wrong''''' (Curt Sampson)
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* '''''GHC Status Update''''' (Simon Peyton Jones)
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* '''''A more flexible code generator for GHC''''' (John Dias)
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10.00 - 10.30 : Tea/coffee
   
 
* '''''Haskell Types with Added Value''''' (Conor McBride)
 
* '''''Haskell Types with Added Value''''' (Conor McBride)
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* '''''Towards a Lightweight, Safety-preserving Haskell Compiler''''' (Tim Chevalier)
 
* '''''Stack tracing in Haskell''''' (Bernie Pope)
 
* '''''Stack tracing in Haskell''''' (Bernie Pope)
   
* '''''Towards a Lightweight, Safety-preserving Haskell Compiler''''' (Tim Chevalier)
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12.00 - 13.30 : Lunch
   
* '''''GHC on the OpenSPARC T2''''' (Ben Lippmeier)
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* '''''Haskell for Everyone: Hackage and the Haskell Platform''''' (Don Stewart & Duncan Coutts)
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* '''''My Dream GHC Environment: A Few Things We Do Right, and Many We Do Wrong''''' (Curt Sampson)
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* '''''Discussion: Haskell building and packaging''''' (including an update on Cabal and cabal-install from Duncan Coutts)
   
* '''''Implementing Data Parallel Haskell''''' (Roman Leshchinskiy)
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15.00 - 15.30 : Tea/coffee
   
* '''''A more flexible code generator for GHC''''' (John Dias)
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* '''''GHC on the OpenSPARC T2''''' (Ben Lippmeier)
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* '''''A wander through GHC's new IO Library''''' (Simon Marlow)
   
* '''''Haskell for Everyone: Hackage and the Haskell Platform''''' (Don Stewart & Duncan Coutts)
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16.30 - 16.45 : short break
   
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* '''''Implementing Data Parallel Haskell''''' (Roman Leshchinskiy)
 
* '''''Running Haskell Array Computations on a GPU''''' (Manuel M T Chakravarty)
 
* '''''Running Haskell Array Computations on a GPU''''' (Manuel M T Chakravarty)
   
* '''''GHC Status Update''''' (Simon Peyton Jones)
 
 
* '''''A wander through GHC's new IO Library''''' (Simon Marlow)
 
 
* '''''Discussion: Haskell building and packaging'''''
 
   
   

Revision as of 09:01, 7 August 2009

The first Haskell Implementers' Workshop is co-located with ICFP, and will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 5 2009.

1 Important Dates

  • Workshop: September 5 2009


2 Program

9.00 : Start

  • GHC Status Update (Simon Peyton Jones)
  • A more flexible code generator for GHC (John Dias)

10.00 - 10.30 : Tea/coffee

  • Haskell Types with Added Value (Conor McBride)
  • Towards a Lightweight, Safety-preserving Haskell Compiler (Tim Chevalier)
  • Stack tracing in Haskell (Bernie Pope)

12.00 - 13.30 : Lunch

  • Haskell for Everyone: Hackage and the Haskell Platform (Don Stewart & Duncan Coutts)
  • My Dream GHC Environment: A Few Things We Do Right, and Many We Do Wrong (Curt Sampson)
  • Discussion: Haskell building and packaging (including an update on Cabal and cabal-install from Duncan Coutts)

15.00 - 15.30 : Tea/coffee

  • GHC on the OpenSPARC T2 (Ben Lippmeier)
  • A wander through GHC's new IO Library (Simon Marlow)

16.30 - 16.45 : short break

  • Implementing Data Parallel Haskell (Roman Leshchinskiy)
  • Running Haskell Array Computations on a GPU (Manuel M T Chakravarty)


3 Organisers

  • Duncan Coutts - co-chair (Well-Typed LLP)
  • Atze Dijkstra (Utrecht University)
  • Roman Leshchinskiy (University of New South Wales)
  • Simon Marlow - co-chair (Microsoft Research)
  • Bryan O'Sullivan (Linden Lab)
  • Wouter Swierstra (Chalmers University of Technology)