[plt-scheme] FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: ACM SIGPLAN 2005 Workshop on Scheme and Functional Programming

From: Michael Sperber (sperber at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de)
Date: Mon Jun 6 12:10:06 EDT 2005


                          CALL FOR PAPERS

    ACM SIGPLAN 2005 Workshop on Scheme and Functional Programming

	  	          Tallinn, Estonia
                         24 September 2005

        The workshop will be held in conjunction with ICFP 2005.

Important dates

Submission Deadline: June 13, 2005, 0:00 UTC
Author notfication:  July 29, 2005
Final paper due:     August 22, 2005, 0:00 UTC


The 2005 Scheme Workshop provides a forum for discussing experience
with and future development of the Scheme programming language. The
scope of the workshop includes all aspects of the design,
implementation, theory, and application of Scheme. Past workshops have
been held in Snowbird (2004), Boston (2003), Pittsburgh (2002), Florence
(2001), and Montréal (2000). We encourage everyone interested in
Scheme to participate.


We invite submissions in the following categories:

Technical papers

  Papers on all technical aspects of the Scheme programming language, 
  including language design, implementation, theory, and tools.

Practice and experience

  Papers about using Scheme for practical applications and large

Proposals for language changes, extensions and libraries

  Papers containing proposals for changes in the language, language
  extensions, and libraries, including SRFIs past, present and future.
  Where applicable, the content of such a paper should be submitted as
  a SRFI draft, if that isn't already the case.

Scheme pearls

  Papers about elegant, instructive or surprising Scheme programs.


  Papers about uses of Scheme in all aspects of education.

System demonstrations

  Proposals for demonstrations of Scheme systems or applications
  written in Scheme.

Submission guidelines

Authors should submit

- a 100-200 word abstract
- some indication on the desired length of the presentation at the workshop
- a full paper

electronically to Mike Sperber <sperber at deinprogramm.de>, or via some
other means to the organizers by the beginning of Monday, June 13,
Universal Coordinated Time. (The beginning of the day UTC corresponds
to 8:00 PM EDT on Sunday, June 12, 6:00 PM MDT, and 5:00 PM PDT.)

Papers must be submitted in either PDF format or as PostScript
documents that are interpretable by Ghostscript. Papers must be
printable on US Letter sized paper.

Submissions should be typeset in 10 point font on 12 point baseline in
two columns 20pc (3.33in) wide and 54pc (9in) tall with a column
gutter of 2pc (0.33in). Submissions should be no more than 15 pages
including text, figures, and bibliography.  Authors wishing to supply
additional material to the reviewers beyond the 15 page limit may do
so in clearly marked appendices, on the understanding that reviewers
are not required to read the appendices.  Authors using LaTeX should
use the new SIGPLAN LaTeX class file, available from the Scheme 2005
workshop site.

Submitted papers must have content that has not previously been
published in other conferences or refereed venues. Simultaneous
submission to other conferences or refereed venues is


  Program committee

  J. Michael Ashley (co-chair) (Beckman Coulter, Inc.)
  Martin Gasbichler            (University of Tübingen)
  Jonathan Rees                (Millennium Pharmaceuticals)
  Dorai Sitaram                (Verizon)
  Jonathan Sobel               (Indiana University)
  Michael Sperber (co-chair)   (DeinProgramm)


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