OOPLSA 2006 Call for Participation

ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA 2006)

OOPSLA 2006 will be held October 22-26 in historic Portland, Oregon (USA). You can learn all about OOPSLA at www.oopsla.org, and/or download the Advance Program PDF at http://www.oopsla.org/2006//program/oopsla_06_advance_program.pdf .

OOPSLA is the premier gathering of professionals from industry and academia, all sharing their experiences with today’s object technologies and its offshoots. OOPSLA appeals to practitioners, researchers, students, educators, and managers, all of whom discover a wealth of information and the chance to meet others with similar interests and varied experiences and knowledge.

You can mold your own OOPSLA experience, attending your choice of technical paper presentations, practitioner reports, expert panels, demonstrations, essays, lightning talks, formal and informal educator symposia, workshops, and diverse tutorials and certificate courses from world-class experts.

Our invited speakers this year include:
Dr. Brenda Laurel, Chair and graduate faculty member of the graduate Media Design Program at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California
Dr. Guy Steele, Sun Fellow and researcher for Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Joshua Bloch, Chief Java Architect at Google

Linda Northrop, Director, Product Line Systems Program, Software Engineering Institute
Dr. Philip Wadler, Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh
Please see http://www.oopsla.org/2006/program/sessions/invited_speakers.html for more background on our invited speakers.

OOPSLA provides nearly 70 tutorials to choose from! OOPSLA gathers the world’s finest educators covering the full breadth of classic and cutting-edge topics. Our presenters not only have world-class expertise, they’re also successful presenters who know how to share their hard-won knowledge with you. Visit www.oopsla.org/2006/submission/tutorials/introduction_to_tutorials.html .

There will also be nearly 20 workshops at OOPSLA. They’re fun! These workshops are highly interactive events, where groups of technologists meet to surface, discuss, and attempt to solve challenging problems. You learn a lot when you share your ideas and experiences with others in the field, and build relationships that are an essential part of the OOPSLA experience. Check out http://www.oopsla.org/2006/submission/workshops/introduction_to_workshops.html .

The popular Onward! track presents out-of-the-box thinking at the frontiers of computing. Posters discuss late-breaking results, culminating in the ACM Student Research Competition. Try your hand at solving the DesignFest design challenge. And of course there are plenty of social opportunities for mingling and professional networking.

In addition to all the great offerings at OOPSLA, four other conferences are collocated this year, including:
Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE’06)
Pattern Languages of Programming (PLoP’06)
Dynamic Languages Symposium
You can find links to more information about these collocated conferences at OOPSLA’s main page, www.oopsla.org . It’s important to register soon, to reserve your place at OOPSLA 2006. Before you register, you should partially plan your week, deciding which tutorials, symposia, and collocated conferences you’d like to attend. Then you can register at https://regmaster2.com/cgi-bin/OOP06/on1/RMSs.cgi .

Go to the web ( www.oopsla.org) today to reserve your place at OOPSLA 2006. See you in Portland!

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-- Jim