Call for Papers
- The program itself is an increasingly slippery concept. Even simple program tend to be composed of multiple script tags in a Web page, some of which refer to external source files and some of which contain inline code. Further code is commonly added with handlers attached to various Web page elements. Depending on the particular structure of these tags, the semantics of the induced program can differ. And further, code is often loaded dynamically into a Web, for instance by dynamically creating new script tags in the current page.
We welcome any submissions of work in this field: you may submit a paper, an abstract for a talk, or a talk abstract together with a supporting position paper. To submit, please e-mail submissions by 9th April
to the organizers. Papers will be published in the ACM proceedings, so you will need to follow their style
; if desired, slides from talks will be put online on the workshop Web site, but talks can also be kept unpublished if that is preferred so as not to preclude future publications in workshops and conferences.
There will not be a separate program committee to review attendee submissions; the organizing committee will referee submissions for relevance, as we are looking for ongoing work more than finished research projects.
- Martin Burger, Saarland University
- Ravi Chugh, UC San Diego
- Julian Dolby, IBM
- Bruno Dufour, University of Montréal
- Shu-Yu Guo, Mozilla Research
- Christian Hammer, CISPA, Saarland University
- Sergio Maffeis, Imperial College London
- Mark S. Miller, Google
- Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown University
- Anders Møller, Aarhus University
- Phu Phung, Chalmers
- Gregor Richards, Purdue
- Peter Thiemann, University of Freiburg
- Adam Welc, Oracle Labs
Regarding travel and venue please follow the pages for visas
and registration/hotel reservation