The ECOOP 2015 artifacts have now been published in “Dagstuhl Artifacts Series, Volume 1, Issue 1 (2015)”: http://drops.dagstuhl.de/opus/institut_darts.php?fakultaet=10
The Distinguished Paper Award was given to Towards Practical Gradual Typing by A. Takikawa, D. Feltey, E. Dean, R. Findler, M. Flatt, S. Tobin-Hochstadt, and M. Felleisen.
Read all about how ECOOP became an open access conference.
A new workshop, MASPEGHI, focusing on inheritance mechanisms, has been added to the ECOOP’15 lineup.
ECOOP thanks Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Oracle for the generous support. The donations from these companies will allow ECOOP to support student volunteers with free registrations.
This year ECOOP has received 136 papers.
|Artifacts now published!Sun 1 Nov 2015|
|Distinguished Artifact Award announced!Thu 11 Jun 2015|
|Distinguished Paper Award announced!Sat 2 May 2015|
|ECOOP is now an Open Access conferenceMon 2 Mar 2015|
|MASPEGHI workshop added!Fri 27 Feb 2015|
|A Code of Conduct has been published.Thu 5 Feb 2015|
|Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Oracle are sponsoring ECOOP!Sat 31 Jan 2015|
|Thirteen workshops have been accepted!Fri 30 Jan 2015|
|ECOOP has received 136 papersThu 25 Dec 2014|
|Paper submission is now openSat 22 Nov 2014|