ICOOOLPS 2011 : 6th workshop on Implementation, Compilation, Optimization of Object-Oriented Languages, Programs and Systems (ICOOOLPS)
Call For Papers
Computer programming languages, especially Object-Oriented languages, are pervasive and play a significant role in computer science and engineering life and sometime appear as ubiquitous and completely mature. However, despite a large number of works, there still is a clear need for solutions for efficient implementation and compilation of OO languages in various application domains ranging from embedded and real-time systems to desktop systems.
The ICOOOLPS workshop thus aims to address this crucial issue of optimization, mainly but not only in OO languages, programs and systems. It intends to do so by bringing together researchers and practitioners working in the field of implementation and optimization of programming languages. Its main goals are identifying fundamental bases and key current issues pertaining to the efficient implementation, compilation and optimization of OO languages, and outlining future challenges and research directions.
An expected output of this workshop is a synthesis identifying fundamental bases and key current issues pertaining to the efficient implementation and compilation of OO languages, in order to spread them further amongst the various computing systems. It is also intended to extend this synthesis to encompass future challenges and research directions in the field of OO languages implementation and optimization, as well as non-OO languages.
Mark van den Brand TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Peter Dickman Google, Switzerland
Roland Ducournau LIRMM, France
M. Anton Ertl Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien), Austria
Remi Forax University of Marne-la-Vallée, France
Björn Franke University of Edinburgh, UK
Andreas Gal Mozilla Corporation, USA
Kevin Hammond University of St Andrews, UK
Tim Harris Microsoft Research, UK
Michael Haupt Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany
Eric Jul (co-chair) DIKU, The University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Tomas Kalibera The University of Kent, UK
Stein Krogdahl University of Oslo, Norway
Francis Chi Moon Lau The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Ian Rogers (chair) Azul Systems, USA
Jennifer Sartor Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Manuel Serrano INRIA, France
Mario Wolczko Oracle Labs, USA
Olivier Zendra (co-chair) INRIA/LORIA, France