[Haskell-cafe] SRC at POPL 2023 Call for Submissions

Jeehoon Kang jeehoon.kang at cp.kaist.ac.kr
Fri Oct 14 02:11:55 UTC 2022

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SRC at POPL 2023 Call for Submissions
ACM Student Research Competition

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
SRC Posters: Jan 18, 2023 (tentative)
SRC Presentation: Jan 20, 2023 (tentative)


Important Dates

Abstract Submission: Fri 11 Nov 2022
Notification of (Conditional) Acceptance: Fri 2 Dec 2022
Re-Submission for Conditionally Accepted Abstracts: Wed 7 Dec 2022
Notification of Final Acceptance: Fri 9 Dec 2022



POPL 2023 will host an ACM Student Research Competition, where
undergraduate and graduate students can present their original research
before a panel of judges and conference attendees. This year’s competition
will consist of three rounds:

• Round 1, Extended abstract: All students are encouraged to submit an
extended abstract outlining their research. The submission should be up to
three pages using “\documentclass[acmsmall,nonacm]{acmart}”.

• Round 2, Poster at POPL: Based on the abstracts, a panel of judges will
select the most promising entrants to participate in a poster session at
POPL. In the poster session, students will be able to interact with POPL
attendees and judges. After the poster session, three finalists in each
category (graduate/undergraduate) will be selected to advance to the next

• Round 3, Oral presentation at POPL: The last round will consist of a
short oral live presentation at POPL to compete for the final awards in
each category. This round will also select an overall winner who will
advance to the ACM SRC Grand Finals.


Call for Submission

POPL invites students to participate in the Student Research Competition in
order to present their research and get feedback from prominent members of
the programming language research community. Please submit your extended
abstracts through HotCRP: https://popl23src.hotcrp.com

Submissions must be original research that is not already published at POPL
or another conference or journal. One of the goals of the SRC is to give
students feedback on ongoing, unpublished work. Furthermore, the abstract
must be authored solely by the student. If the work is collaborative with
others and/or part of a larger group project, the abstract should make
clear what the student’s role was and should focus on that portion of the

The extended abstract should be up to three pages using
‘\documentclass[acmsmall,nonacm]{acmart}’. Reference lists do not count
towards the three-page limit. You may write appendices after the three-page
limit, but please be noted that the committee is not required to read them.

This year, we will have two review cycles. For each submission, one of the
following decisions will be made:
• Accept: abstracts that proceed to the next round unconditionally.
• Conditional Accept: abstracts that receive revision suggestions from the
PC members. Authors will have 5 days to revise the abstract accordingly and
then resubmit. The revised abstracts will then be re-evaluated, and either
accepted or rejected.
• Reject: abstracts that will not proceed to the next round.


Program Committee

Jeehoon Kang, KAIST
Danfeng Zhang, Pennsylvania State University
Youyou Cong, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Zeyu Ding, Binghamton University, USA
Andrew K. Hirsch, MPI-SWS
Yoonseung Kim, Yale University
Abhinav Verma, Pennsylvania State University
Yuepeng Wang, Simon Fraser University
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