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Dyla 2007: 3rd Workshop on Dynamic Languages and Applications


Dear colleges,

You might want to consider Dyla'07 as a good venue to present your
work and your favourite programming language.

Regards,
Alexandre

**************************************************************************
Call for Papers
Dyla 2007: 3rd Workshop on Dynamic Languages and Applications
July 31, 2007, Berlin (Collocated with ECOOP 2007)

http://dyla2007.unibe.ch
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Objective
=========

The goal of this workshop is to act as a forum where we can discuss
new advances in the conception, implementation and application of
object-oriented languages that radically diverge from the statically
typed class-based reflectionless doctrine. The goal of the workshop is
to discuss new as well as older "forgotten" languages and features in
this  context. Topics of interest include, but are certainly not
limited to:

  - agents, actors, active object, distribution, concurrency and
mobility
  - delegation, prototypes, mixins
  - first-class closures, continuations, environments
  - reflection and meta-programming
  - (dynamic) aspects for dynamic languages
  - higher-order objects & messages
  - ...  other exotic dynamic features which you would categorize as
OO
  - multi-paradigm & static/dynamic-marriages
  - (concurrent/distributed/mobile/aspect) virtual machines
  - optimisation of dynamic languages
  - automated reasoning about dynamic languages
  - "regular" syntactic schemes (cf. S-expressions, Smalltalk, Self)
  - Smalltalk, Python, Ruby, Scheme, Lisp, Self, ABCL, Prolog, ...
  - ... any topic relevant in applying and/or supporting dynamic
languages.

We solicit high-quality submissions on research results
and/or experience. Submitted papers must be unpublished
and not submitted for publication elsewhere. Submissions
should not exceed 10 pages, LNCS format (www.springer.com/lncs).

Submission
==========

Prospective attendees are requested to submit a position paper or an
essay (max 10 pages, references included) on a topic relevant to the
workshop to Alexandre Bergel (Alexandre.Ber@cs.tcd.ie). Submissions
are demanded to be in .pdf format and should arrive before May 13,
2007.

A selection of the best papers will be made, which will require an
extension for an inclusion in a special issue in Electronic
Communications of the EASST  (eceasst.cs.tu-berlin.de). For this
purpose, a new deadline will be set after the workshop.

Moreover, Springer publishes a Workshop-Reader (as in the case of
previous ECOOPs) which appears after the Conference and which contains
Workshop-Reports (written by the organizers) and not the position
papers submitted by the participants.

Important dates
===============

Submission due: May 13, 2007
Notification of Authors: May 31, 2007
ECOOP'07 Early Registration Date: June 15th.
Workshop: July 31, 2007

Organisers
==========

Alexandre Bergel
Wolfgang De Meuter
Stphane Ducasse
Oscar Nierstrasz
Roel Wuyts

Program committee
=================

Alexandre Bergel        (LERO & Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Johan Brichau           (Universit catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Pascal Costanza         (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
Wolfgang De Meuter      (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
Stphane Ducasse       (University of Annecy, France)
Erik Ernst              (University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Robert Hirschfeld       (Hasso-Plattner-Institut, University of
Potsdam, Germany)
Oscar Nierstrasz        (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Matthew Flatt           (University of Utah, USA)
Dave Thomas             (Bedarra Research Labs, Canada)
Laurence Tratt          (King's College London, UK)
Roel Wuyts              (IMEC & Universit Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)

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