LaME’12 Call for Papers

March 22nd, 2012  |  Published in call for papers, concurrency  |  Bookmark on

2012 International Workshop on Languages for the Multi-core Era
June 13 2012, at ECOOP 2012, Beijing China
(also colocated with PLDI, ISMM, LCTES, the X10 workshop, and other events)

LaME is an interactive venue for exposing, evaluating, and developing programming language support for concurrency. This workshop provides a forum for the proposal and discussion of creative ideas that spur the development of innovative or improved concurrency models, languages, run-time systems, libraries and tools for multicore programming.

We solicit contributions in any of three forms, at EasyChair:

  1. Regular papers (of up to 8 pages) reporting mature or ongoing work in relevant foundational and theoretical aspects of concurrent programming, languages, tools, frameworks, case studies, and practical experience. Selected papers peer reviewed by the Program Committee will be presented at the workshop and included in the ACM Digital Library.

  2. Position papers (of up to 2 pages) describing ongoing work of attendees. Position papers will be reviewed for scope and relevance, and distributed to all attendees before the workshop.

  3. Solutions to the LaME’12 programming challenge (to be issued April 15, 2012). A session at the workshop will be devoted to brief presentations of solutions and their implications for the design and implementation of programming languages and parallel program development.

Important dates

Regular paper submission April 15, 2012
Regular paper notification May 13, 2012
Regular paper final copy May 25, 2012
Position paper submission May 20, 2012
Programming challenge submission May 20, 2012
Workshop June 13, 2012

Organizing Committee

Program Chair

  • Doug Lea (State University of New York at Oswego)

Program Committee

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