[Haskell-cafe] Call for Reviewers APLAS 2022 Artifact Evaluation Committee

Arpita Dutta dcsarpi at nus.edu.sg
Thu May 12 03:06:14 UTC 2022

Dear all;

The /20th Asian Symposium on Programming Languages and Systems/
(APLAS'22) is going to be holding its first /Artifact Evaluation
Committee/ (AEC). The artifact evaluation process aims to promote,
share, and catalogue the research artifacts of papers accepted to the
APLAS research track. We are looking for motivated researchers at all
academic stages (PhD Students, Researchers, Lecturers, & Professors) to
join us on the inaugural APLAS'22 AEC.

The self-nomination form is available at:


To nominate other people please use the following form:


As a committee member your primary responsibility will be to review
artifacts submitted by authors of accepted papers and ensure that the
artifact is a faithful representation of the accepted paper's results.
This will involve interacting with some tooling provided by the authors,
check if the results of the main paper are consistent with the claims in
the paper and are also reproducible for researchers to come. APLAS will
use a three-phase artifact review process: Kick-The-Tyres; Review the
Artifact; and Iron-out-the-Wrinkles. Reviewing guidance for committee
members will be made available once the committee has been formed.

We will close nominations on:

     Friday 08 July 2022 (AOE)

and notify the selected committee members on:

     Friday 15 July 2022 (AOE)

We expect most of the reviewing process to be performed between 22nd
August 2022 and 19th September 2022. We expect each artifact to take
around eight hours to review and we will look to assign each reviewer
three to four reviews. For each artifact we will assign a Lead Reviewer
to lead the reviewing process. Salient information about the reviewing
process can be found online:    ​


Come join us to improve the quality of research in our field!


Arpita Dutta and Jan de Muijnck-Hughes

APLAS'22 AEC Co-Chairs.

This call was adapted from the PLDI'22 AEC Call for Nominations.

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