S3 2010 Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (Call for Papers)

Hi,

This is a CFP for Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) 2010. This
workshop is:

The Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) is a forum for discussion
of topics relating to computer systems and languages that are able to
bootstrap, implement, modify, and maintain themselves.

Furthermore, this workshop will be held at Japan (The University of
Tokyo).

Please consider to submit for it.

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*** Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) 2010 ***

September 27-28, 2010
The University of Tokyo, Japan
http://www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/swa/s3/s3-10/

In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN

=== Call for papers ===

The Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) is a forum for discussion
of topics relating to computer systems and languages that are able to
bootstrap, implement, modify, and maintain themselves. One property of
these systems is that their implementation is based on small but
powerful abstractions; examples include (amongst others)
Squeak/Smalltalk, COLA, Klein/Self, PyPy/Python, Rubinius/Ruby, and
Lisp. Such systems are the engines of their own replacement, giving
researchers and developers great power to experiment with, and explore
future directions from within, their own small language kernels.

S3 will be take place September 27-28, 2010 at The University of
Tokyo, Japan. It is an exciting opportunity for researchers and
practitioners interested in self-sustaining systems to meet and share
their knowledge, experience, and ideas for future research and
development.

— Submissions and proceedings —

S3 invites submissions of high-quality papers reporting original
research, or describing innovative contributions to, or experience
with, self-sustaining systems, their implementation, and their
application. Papers that depart significantly from established ideas
and practices are particularly welcome.

Submissions must not have been published previously and must not be
under review for any another refereed event or publication. The
program committee will evaluate each contributed paper based on its
relevance, significance, clarity, and originality. Revised papers will
be published as post-proceedings in the ACM Digital Library.

Papers should be submitted electronically via EasyChair at
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=s32010 in PDF
format. Submissions must be written in English (the official language
of the workshop) and must not exceed 10 pages. They should use the ACM
SIGPLAN 10 point format, templates for which are available at
http://www.acm.org/sigs/sigplan/authorInformation.htm.

— Venue —

The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, Japan

— Important dates —

Submission of papers: July 30, 2010
Author notification: August 27, 2010
Early registration: September 3, 2010
Revised papers: September 10, 2010
S3 workshop: September 27-28, 2010
Final papers for ACM-DL post-proceedings: October 15, 2010

— Chairs —

Robert Hirschfeld (Hasso-Plattner-Institut Potsdam, Germany)
[email protected]
Hidehiko Masuhara (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
[email protected]
Kim Rose (Viewpoints Research Institute, USA)
[email protected]

— Program committee —

Carl Friedrich Bolz, University of Duesseldorf, Germany
Johan Brichau, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Shigeru Chiba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Brian Demsky, University of California, Irvine, USA
Marcus Denker, INRIA Lille, France
Richard P. Gabriel, IBM Research, USA
Michael Haupt, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany
Robert Hirschfeld, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany (co-chair)
Atsushi Igarashi, University of Kyoto, Japan
David Lorenz, The Open University, Israel
Hidehiko Masuhara, University of Tokyo, Japan (co-chair)
Eliot M., Teleplace, USA
Ian Piumarta, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
Martin Rinard, MIT, USA
Antero Taivalsaari, Nokia, Finland
David Ungar, IBM, USA

Hi,

Submission dead line was extended:
Submission of papers: EXTENDED August 13, 2010

Regards,
Koichi

======================================================================
*** Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) 2010 ***

September 27-28, 2010
The University of Tokyo, Japan
http://www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/swa/s3/s3-10/

In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN

=== Call for papers ===

The Workshop on Self-sustaining Systems (S3) is a forum for discussion
of topics relating to computer systems and languages that are able to
bootstrap, implement, modify, and maintain themselves. One property of
these systems is that their implementation is based on small but
powerful abstractions; examples include (amongst others)
Squeak/Smalltalk, COLA, Klein/Self, PyPy/Python, Rubinius/Ruby, and
Lisp. Such systems are the engines of their own replacement, giving
researchers and developers great power to experiment with, and explore
future directions from within, their own small language kernels.

S3 will be take place September 27-28, 2010 at The University of Tokyo,
Japan. It is an exciting opportunity for researchers and practitioners
interested in self-sustaining systems to meet and share their knowledge,
experience, and ideas for future research and development.

— Submissions and proceedings —

S3 invites submissions of high-quality papers reporting original
research, or describing innovative contributions to, or experience with,
self-sustaining systems, their implementation, and their application.
Papers that depart significantly from established ideas and practices
are particularly welcome.

Submissions must not have been published previously and must not be
under review for any another refereed event or publication. The program
committee will evaluate each contributed paper based on its relevance,
significance, clarity, and originality. Revised papers will be published
as post-proceedings in the ACM Digital Library.

Papers should be submitted electronically via EasyChair at
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=s32010 in PDF format.
Submissions must be written in English (the official language of the
workshop) and must not exceed 10 pages. They should use the ACM SIGPLAN
10 point format, templates for which are available at
http://www.acm.org/sigs/sigplan/authorInformation.htm.

— Venue —

The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, Japan

— Important dates —

Submission of papers: EXTENDED August 13, 2010
Author notification: August 27, 2010
Early registration: September 3, 2010
Revised papers: September 10, 2010
S3 workshop: September 27-28, 2010
Final papers for ACM-DL post-proceedings: October 15, 2010

— Invited talks —

Yukihiro M.: “From Lisp to Ruby to Rubinius”
Takashi Ikegami: “Sustainable Autonomy and Designing Mind Time”

— Chairs —

Robert Hirschfeld (Hasso-Plattner-Institut Potsdam, Germany)
[email protected]
Hidehiko Masuhara (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
[email protected]
Kim Rose (Viewpoints Research Institute, USA)
[email protected]

— Program committee —

Carl Friedrich Bolz, University of Duesseldorf, Germany
Johan Brichau, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Shigeru Chiba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Brian Demsky, University of California, Irvine, USA
Marcus Denker, INRIA Lille, France
Richard P. Gabriel, IBM Research, USA
Michael Haupt, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany
Robert Hirschfeld, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany (co-chair)
Atsushi Igarashi, University of Kyoto, Japan
David Lorenz, The Open University, Israel
Hidehiko Masuhara, University of Tokyo, Japan (co-chair)
Eliot M., Teleplace, USA
Ian Piumarta, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
Martin Rinard, MIT, USA
Antero Taivalsaari, Nokia, Finland
David Ungar, IBM, USA

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