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[CFP] *DEADLINE EXTENDED* Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop 201

From: Andy Keep (akeep)
Subject: [CFP] *DEADLINE EXTENDED* Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop 2015
Date: Fri, 22 May 2015 02:10:57 +0000


DEADLINE EXTENDED: Submissions is now May 31st, 2015 

Call For Papers: 

Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop 2015 
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
(Co-located with ICFP 2015) 


Submissions related to Scheme, Racket, Clojure, and functional 
programming are welcome and encouraged. Topics of interest include
but are not limited to:

* Program-development environments, debugging, testing 
* Implementation (interpreters, compilers, tools, benchmarks, etc.)
* Syntax, macros, hygiene
* Distributed computing, concurrency, parallelism
* Interoperability with other languages, FFIs
* Continuations, modules, object systems, types
* Theory, formal semantics, correctness
* History, evolution and standardization of Scheme
* Applications, experience and industrial uses of Scheme
* Education
* Scheme pearls (elegant, instructive uses of Scheme)

We also welcome submissions related to dynamic or multiparadigmatic 
languages and programming techniques.


Important Dates: 

May 31st, 2015 - Paper deadline (was May 22nd, 2015) 
July 5th, 2015 - Author notification (was June 26th, 2015)
July 26th, 2015 - Camera-ready deadline (was July 19th, 2015)
September 4th, 2015 - Workshop


Submissions must be in ACM proceedings format, no smaller than 9-point 
type (10-point type preferred). Microsoft Word and LaTeX templates for
this format are available at:

Submissions should be in PDF and printable on US Letter. 

To encourage authors to submit their best work, this year we are 
encouraging shorter papers (around 6 pages, excluding references). This
is to allow authors to submit longer, revised versions of their papers
to archival conferences or journals. Longer papers (10--12 pages) are
also acceptable, if the extra space is needed. There is no maximum
length limit on submissions, but good submissions will likely be in the
range of 6 to 12 pages.

More information available at: 


Andy Keep, Cisco Systems Inc. (General Chair)
Ryan Culpepper, Northeastern University (Program Chair)

(Apologies for duplications from cross-posting.) 


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