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Date: Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 1:44 PM
Subject: [Pharo-project] IWST'12 Call for papers
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We apologize for multiple reception of this announcement.
The International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies, is a European
Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) Conference joint event, that focuses on
research activities - namely academic creative work undertaken on
smalltalk use, and more generally on object technologies.
IWST was launched in 2009, in Brest, during the 17th ESUG Conference.
The second edition took place in Barcelona, and the third edition was
held in 2011 at the heart of historic Edinburgh. Next edition will be
in Gent, Begium this summer (28th of august).
ESUG gathers groups of professionals and hobbyists who share an
interest in the Smalltalk programming languages and related
The goal of the workshop is to create a forum around advances or
experience in Smalltalk. IWST contributes to triggering discussions
and exchanges of ideas.
As always, we make a point to have a very constructive paper review
process that aims to provide in-depth comments and suggestions to all
of them (no one-liners!) This makes it ideal to disseminate new
research directions, and is a good venue for early stage PhD students
to receive feedback on their work. In addition, we intent to invite
best papers to a journal special issue as we did last year.
Looking forward to your submissions, and to meeting you in Gent!
Loïc Lagadec& Alain Plantec
Co-chairs of IWST
International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies 2012
August 28th, 2012
ESUG 2012 Smalltalk joint event
Submission deadline: June 15, 2012
Notification deadline: July 15, 2012
All accepted papers will be published in ACM DL, and the authors of
the best papers will be invited to submit an extended version to a
journal special issue (To Be Confirmed).
Goals and scopes
The goals of the workshop is to create a forum around advances or
experience in Smalltalk and to trigger discussions and exchanges of
ideas. Participants are invited to submit research articles. We will
not enforce any length restriction. However we expect papers of two
Short position papers describing emerging ideas.
Long research papers with deeper description of experiments and of
We welcome contributions on all aspects, theoretical as well as
practical, of Smalltalk related topics such as:
Implementation, new dialects or languages implemented in Smalltalk,
Interaction with other languages,
Meta-programming and Meta-modeling,
Both submissions and final papers must be prepared using the ACM
SIGPLAN 10 point format. Templates for Word and LaTeX are available at
http://www.acm.org/sigs/sigplan/authorInformation.htm. This site also
contains links to useful informations on how to write effective
Loïc Lagadec and Alain Plantec (LabSticc CACS/CNRS, University of Brest, France)
Gabriela Arevalo Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina
Alexandre Bergel University of Chile
Andrew P. Black Portland State University, US
Marcus Denker Rmod, INRIA Lille - Nord Europe, France
Luc Fabresse Ecole des Mines de Douai, France,
Tudor Girba CompuGroup Medical Schweiz, Switzerland
Andy Kellens Software Languages Lab, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Mickaël Kerboeuf LabSticc, University of Brest, France
Jannik Laval LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, France
Mariano Martinez Peck Ecole des Mines de Douai, France,
Lukas Renggli Google, Switzerland
Jorge Ressia Software Composition Group, University of Bern, Switzerland
Bastian Steinert HPI, Software Architecture Group, Germany
Hernan Wilkinson 10Pines, IT consultancy, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Roel Wuyts IMEC Leuven, Belgium
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