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Announcing: ACM SIGAPL APL2007 -- Arrays and Objects

The APL 2007 conference, sponsored by ACM SIGAPL,
has as its principal theme "Arrays and Objects" and,
appropriately, is co-located with OOPSLA 2007, in
Montreal this October.

APL 2007 starts with a tutorial day on Sunday, October 21, followed by a
two-day program on Monday and Tuesday, October 22 and 23.

APLers are welcome to attend OOPSLA program events on Monday and Tuesday
(and OOPSLA attendees are welcome to come to APL program events).

Registrants at APL 2007 can add full OOPSLA attendance at a favorable price.


     Sunday              Oct 21       Tutorials
     Monday, Tuesday     Oct 22,23    APL 2007 program
     Monday-Friday       Oct 22-26    OOPSLA program

APL 2007 keynote speaker:  Guy Steele, Sun Microsystems Laboratories


     Using objects within APL

     Array language practicum

     Intro to [language] for other-language users
     ( We expect that there will be at least one introductory
       tutorial on "classic" APL, and hope to have introductions
       to a variety of array languages )

We solicit papers and proposals for tutorials, panels and workshops on
all aspects of array-oriented programming and languages; this year we
have particular interest in the themes of

      integrating the use of arrays and objects

      languages that support the use of arrays as a
      central and thematic technique

      marketplace and education:  making practitioners aware of
      array thinking and array languages

Our interest is in the essential use of arrays in programming in any
language (though our historical concern has been the APL family of
languages:  classic APL, J, K, NIAL, ....).


     Tutorial, panel, and workshop proposals, and notice of intent to
     submit papers, are due by Friday June 15, to the Program Chair.

     Contributed papers, not more than 10 pages in length, are due
     by Monday, July 23, to the Program Chair.  Details of form of
     submission can be obtained from the program chair.

     Deadline for detailed tutorial/panel/workshop information TBA.

Cost (to SIGAPL and ACM members, approximate $US, final cost TBA)

     APL2007 registration     $375
     Tutorial day             $250
     Single conference days   $200

Social events:        Opening reception Monday
                       Others TBA

Conference venue:     Palais de Congres, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
Conference hotel:     Hyatt Regency Montreal


    General Chair     Guy Laroque          Guy.Laro@nrcan.gc.ca
    Program Chair     Lynne C. Shaw        S@ACM.org
    Treasurer         Steven H. Rogers     S@SHRogers.com

    Publicity         Mike Kent            M@ACM.org


    APL2007                  http://www.sigapl.org/apl2007
    OOPSLA 2007              http://www.oopsla.org/oopsla2007
    Palais de Congres        http://www.congresmtl.com/
    Hyatt Regency Montreal   http://montreal.hyatt.com

    Guy Steele            http://research.sun.com/people/mybio.php?uid=25706

    ACM SIGAPL            http://www.sigapl.org


The OOPSLA site has a list of official co-located conferences which
does not (yet) show the APL conference. Is the SigAPL conference going
to be an officially co-located event with respect to OOPSLA?


The APL2007 link does not go anywhere.

Paul Mansour wrote:
> Mike,

> The APL2007 link does not go anywhere.

My bad; I sent the message before the page was up.

The correct link is


On May 28, 4:54 am, Paul Mansour <p@carlislegroup.com> wrote:

> Is the SigAPL conference going
> to be an officially co-located event with respect to OOPSLA?

Yes, it's on the ACM calendar.  It should be on the OOPSLA colocated
events page soon.

# Steve

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