[Agda] APLAS 2013 second call for papers

Chung-chieh Shan ccshan at indiana.edu
Mon Jun 3 01:28:05 CEST 2013

APLAS 2013
      11th Asian Symposium on Programming Languages and Systems

      9-11 December 2013
      Melbourne, Australia (colocated with CPP 2013)



APLAS aims to stimulate programming language research by providing a
forum for the presentation of latest results and the exchange of ideas
in programming languages and systems.  APLAS is based in Asia, but is
an international forum that serves the worldwide programming language

APLAS is sponsored by the Asian Association for Foundation of Software
(AAFS) founded by Asian researchers in cooperation with many researchers
from Europe and the USA.  Past APLAS symposiums were successfully held
in Kyoto ('12), Kenting ('11), Shanghai ('10), Seoul ('09), Bangalore
('08), Singapore ('07), Sydney ('06), Tsukuba ('05), Taipei ('04) and
Beijing ('03) after three informal workshops.  Proceedings of the past
symposiums were published in Springer's LNCS.


The symposium is devoted to foundational and practical issues in
programming languages and systems.  Papers are solicited on topics such
* semantics, logics, foundational theory;
* design of languages, type systems and foundational calculi;
* domain-specific languages;
* compilers, interpreters, abstract machines;
* program derivation, synthesis and transformation;
* program analysis, verification, model-checking;
* logic, constraint, probabilistic and quantum programming;
* software security;
* concurrency and parallelism;
* tools and environments for programming and implementation.

Topics are not limited to those discussed in previous symposiums.
Papers identifying future directions of programming and those
addressing the rapid changes of the underlying computing platforms
are especially welcome.  Demonstration of systems and tools in the
scope of APLAS are welcome to the System and Tool presentations
category.  Authors concerned about the appropriateness of a topic
are welcome to consult with program chair prior to submission.


We solicit submissions in two categories:

*Regular research papers* describing original scientific research
  results, including tool development and case studies.  Regular
  research papers should not exceed 16 pages in the Springer LNCS
  format, including bibliography and figures.  They should clearly
  identify what has been accomplished and why it is significant.
  Submissions will be judged on the basis of significance, relevance,
  correctness, originality, and clarity.  In case of lack of space,
  proofs, experimental results, or any information supporting the
  technical results of the paper could be provided as an appendix or a
  link to a web page, but reviewers are not obliged to read them.

*System and Tool presentations* describing systems or tools that support
  theory, program construction, reasoning, or program execution in the
  scope of APLAS.  System and Tool presentations are expected to be
  centered around a demonstration.  The paper and the demonstration
  should identify the novelties of the tools and use motivating
  examples.  System and Tool papers should not exceed 8 pages in the
  Springer LNCS format, including bibliography and figures.  Submissions
  will be judged based on both the papers and the described systems or
  tools.  It is highly desirable that the tools are available on the

Papers should be submitted electronically via the submission web page:

Acceptable formats are PostScript or PDF.  Submitted papers must be
unpublished and not submitted for publication elsewhere.  Papers must
be written in English.  The proceedings will be published as a volume
in Springer's LNCS series.  Accepted papers must be presented at the
conference.  (While the general chair and the program chair cannot
submit papers, other members of the program committee can.)


Abstract due:    10 June 2013 (Monday), 23:59 UTC
Submission due:  14 June 2013 (Friday), 23:59 UTC
Notification:    26 August 2013 (Monday)
Final paper due: 19 September 2013 (Thursday)
Conference:      9-11 December 2013 (Monday-Wednesday)


General chair:
    Peter Schachte (University of Melbourne)
Program chair:
    Chung-chieh Shan (Indiana University)
Program committee:
    Filippo Bonchi (CNRS, ENS-Lyon, France)
    Yu-Fang Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Shigeru Chiba (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
    Jacques Garrigue (Nagoya University, Japan)
    Robert Glück (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
    R. Govindarajan (Indian Institute of Science, India)
    Kazuhiro Inaba (Google, Inc., Japan)
    Jie-Hong Roland Jiang (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
    Shin-ya Katsumata (Kyoto University, Japan)
    Gabriele Keller (University of New South Wales, Australia)
    Ana Milanova (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
    Keisuke Nakano (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
    Hakjoo Oh (Seoul National University, Korea)
    Bruno C. d. S. Oliveira (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    Kaushik Rajan (Microsoft Research, India)
    Max Schäfer (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
    Ulrich Schöpp (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
    Paula Severi (University of Leicester, UK)
    Gang Tan (Lehigh University, USA)
    Hiroshi Unno (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
    Meng Wang (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
    Jingling Xue (University of New South Wales, Australia)
    Mingsheng Ying (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)
    Kenny Q. Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)


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