<Programming> 2019: Call for Papers & Call for Workshop Proposals

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<Programming> 2019: Call for Papers & Call for Workshop Proposals

<Programming> 2019 : The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming 

April 1-4, 2019, Genova, Italy 

The International Conference on the Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming is a new conference focused on programming topics including the experience of programming. We have named it <Programming> for short. <Programming> seeks for papers that advance knowledge of programming on any relevant topic, including programming practice and experience.
Paper submissions and publications are handled by the the Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming journal (http://programming-journal.org). Accepted papers must be presented at the conference. 


<Programming> 2019 accepts scholarly papers that advance knowledge of programming. Almost anything about programming is in scope, but in each case there should be a clear relevance to the act and experience of programming. 


Submissions covering several areas of expertise are accepted, including but not limited to:

• General-purpose programming 
• Distributed systems programming 
• Parallel and multi-core programming 
• Graphics and GPU programming 
• Security programming 
• User interface programming 
• Database programming 
• Visual and live programming 
• Data mining and machine learning programming 
• Interpreters, virtual machines and compilers 
• Modularity and separation of concerns 
• Model-based development 
• Metaprogramming and reflection 
• Testing and debugging 
• Program verification 
• Programming education 
• Programming environments 
• Social coding 


To build a community and to foster an environment where participants can exchange ideas and experiences related to practical software development, <Programming> will host a number of workshops, during the days before the main conference. The workshops will provide a collaborative forum to exchange recent and/or preliminary results, to conduct intensive discussions on a particular topic, or to coordinate efforts between representatives of a technical community. They are intended as a forum for lively discussion of innovative ideas, recent progress, or practical experience on programming and applied software development in general for specific aspects, specific problems, or domain-specific needs. We also encourage practical, hands-on workshops in which participants actually experience one or several aspects of practical software development. 

    First Deadline: July 1st, 2018
    Second Deadline: September 1st, 2018

The duration of workshops is in general one day, but we encourage the submission of half-day workshop proposals on focused topics as well. In exceptional situations, e.g., for workshops that involve actual practice of programming-related activities, workshop organizers can request a 2 day workshop slot. If desired, the workshop proceedings can be published in the ACM Digital Library. 


Research paper submissions: June 1, 2019
Research paper first notifications: August 1, 2018 
Research paper final notifications: September 7, 2018 

Workshop proposals: July 1st, 2018 (first deadline)
Workshop proposals: September 1st, 2018 (second deadline)


General Chair: 
Davide Ancona, University of Genova

Local Organizing Chair: 
Elena Zucca, University of Genova

Program Chair: 
Matthew Flatt, University of Utah

Organizing Committee: 

Walter Cazzola (Workshops Co-Chair), Università degli Studi di Milano
Stefan Marr (Workshops Co-Chair), University of Kent
Fabio Niephaus (Publicity Co-Chair), Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
Tobias Pape (Web Technology Chair), Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam

Program Committee: 

Mehdi Bagherzadeh, Oakland University
Walter Cazzola, Università degli Studi di Milano
Ravi Chugh, University of Chicago
Joeri De Koster, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Christos Dimoulas, Northwestern University
Susan Eisenbach, Imperial College London
Richard P. Gabriel, Dream Songs, Inc. & HPI
Jeremy Gibbons, University of Oxford
Michael Greenberg, Pomona College
Philipp Haller, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Robert Hirschfeld, HPI, University of Potsdam
Eunsuk Kang, Carnegie Mellon University
Stephen Kell, University of Cambridge
Stefan Marr, University of Kent
Tamara Rezk, Inria
Joshua Sunshine, Carnegie Mellon University
Steffen Zschaler, King's College London


<Programming> 2019 is kindly supported by AOSA 


For more information, visit http://2019.programming-conference.org