PLDI is a forum for the exchange of information on programming languages, their design, implementation, development, and use. PLDI emphasizes innovative and creative approaches to compile-time and runtime technology, novel language designs and features, and results from implementations. PLDI 2011 will be held in San Jose, CA, as part of the Federated Computing Research Conference (http://www.acm.org/fcrc/). Topics of interest to PLDI include:
- Language designs and extensions
- Static and dynamic analysis of programs
- Domain-specific languages and tools
- Type systems and program logics
- Program transformation and optimization
- Checking or improving the security or correctness of programs
- Memory management
- Parallelism, both implicit and explicit
- Performance analysis, evaluation, and tools
- Novel programming models
- Debugging techniques and tools
- Program understanding
- Interaction of compilers/runtimes with underlying systems
- Program synthesis
Proposals are invited for workshops and tutorials to be co-located with PLDI 2011. Events can either be sponsored by SIGPLAN or supported through in-cooperation status. The preference is for one-day workshops and half-day tutorials, but other schedules can also be considered. All co-located events will be held on June 4 or June 5, 2011.
|Deadline for submission:||Wednesday, 1 December 2010|
|Notification of acceptance:||Wednesday, 15 December 2010|
Prospective workshop and tutorial organizers are invited to submit a completed workshop proposal form or tutorial proposal form in plain text format to the PLDI 2011 general chair (Mary Hall), via email to hallmw-at-acm.org, by Wednesday, December 1, 2010. Please note that this is a firm deadline. Information about SIGPLAN publication and sponsorship is available here.
The workshop and tutorial proposals will be evaluated by the members of the PLDI 2011 organizing committee, together with the members of the PLDI Steering Committee.