[Haskell] 7th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop Deadline: June 30, 2005

GPCE YRW Organizers gpce_yrw05 at serl.cs.colorado.edu
Wed Jun 22 13:28:22 EDT 2005

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                                  7th GPCE                                    
                       Young Researchers Workshop 2005                        

                             In conjunction with                              
          Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE'05)          
                               Co-located with                                
                                  ICFP 2005                                   
            gpce_yrw05 (at) serl (dot) cs (dot) colorado (dot) edu            

Call for Papers

This call is of special interest to people who have recently started their
career in the domain of generative and component based software development
(the "young researchers"). We would like to encourage contributions from PhD
students, post-docs, and practitioners in industry. The topics of the workshop

   Component-based software engineering: Reuse, distributed platforms,
    distributed systems, evolution, analysis and design patterns, development
    methods, formal methods
   Product line engineering: Architectures, scoping, domain analysis, product
    line implementation and testing, variability
   Generative programming: Reuse, meta-programming, partial evaluation,
    multi-stage and multi-level languages
   Runtime code generation, compilation, active libraries, synthesis from
    specifications, development methods, generation of non-code artifacts,
    formal methods, reflection
   Separation of concerns: Aspect-oriented programming, intentional
    programming, and multi-dimensional separation of concerns
   Integration of generative and component-based approaches
   Domain engineering, analysis, and languages

Aims and Objectives

After the great success of the 6th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop (see the 
6th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop website) this workshop which is
traditionally held in conjunction with the GPCE aims again at providing a
platform for young international researchers to present their work. The
presentations will be commented by experienced panelists. The workshop serves
as a forum for the participants to get in contact with other researchers in
the field and to become familiar with other approaches and future research
topics. Authors of accepted papers receive feedback and hints on their
research in a constructive and international atmosphere.

Submission Guidelines

Potential participants are asked to submit a short paper in English. It must
be no longer than 2500 words or five pages (including figures, tables, and
references). Format the paper according to the LNCS style (for the formatting
details see "Information for LNCS Authors") and submit your paper in either
Postscript format or PDF. The submission should be classified according to the
progress of the work, e.g. third year's PhD work. All submitted papers will
undergo a review process by a panel of renowned experts. All accepted papers
will be published as downloadable versions on the home page of the 7th GPCE
Young Researchers Workshop 2005. The number of accepted papers is limited to
ten. Papers should be sent by e-mail (please use the text
GPCE-YRW-2005-Submission as subject of your mail) to the address listed in the
Workshop Website and Email section.

Workshop Structure

The workshop is intended to take one day during the GPCE conference. Accepted
papers have to be presented at the workshop by their authors. Afterwards the
presenters receive constructive feedback and hints from invited panelists who
are experienced experts in the workshop topics. Furthermore there will be time
for discussion with the whole audience about the presented work.

Workshop Website and Email

   gpce_yrw05 (at) serl (dot) cs (dot) colorado (dot) edu

Important Dates

   Submission due: June 30, 2005
   Notification of Acceptance: Jul 11, 2005
   Camera Ready Copy: August 5, 2005
   Workshop: September 27, 2005


   Douglas R. Dechow, Tech-X Corporation
   Daniel Fötsch, University of Jena
   Sebastian Kiebusch, University of Leipzig
   Saverio Perugini, University of Dayton
   Matthew J. Rutherford, University of Colorado at Boulder
   Denis Shestakov, Turku Center for Computer Science



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