[Haskell] PLAN-X 2008 second call for papers and demos

Ioana Manolescu imanolescu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 08:39:07 EDT 2007

(Apologies for cross-posting)

Call for Papers and Demos

PLAN-X 2008 --- Programming Language Techniques for XML
ACM SIGPLAN Workshop colocated with POPL 2008
San Francisco, California, USA - 9 January 2008

*** New: Submission is now open!
*** http://gemo.futurs.inria.fr/events/PLANX2008/myreview/

The PLAN-X 2008 workshop is the forum to present and discuss
bleeding-edge research at the intersection of programming language and
data base technology with an emphasis on tree-shaped data structures
and their XML representation. Topics of interest are all aspects of
XML processing and querying: theories, methodologies, paradigms,
language designs, types, analyses, runtime aspects, implementations,
tools, applications.

This edition of PLAN-X is particularly interested in blending the XML
processing approaches developed by the programming languages and data
management communities. Expressive power and high performance are
among the common goals that these communities pursue. We encourage the
submission of crosscutting contributions that apply techniques from
one community to problems from the other.

The primary criteria for paper selection are originality, relevance,
and timeliness to ensure that we can enjoy reports on ongoing and
unfinished work with high potential in the workshop.

We seek submissions in two categories
* regular papers (10 pages, 30 minutes presentation)
* demo papers (4 pages, 10 minutes plenary presentation + 30 minutes
  slot for individual discussions shared with other demos)
For details see the submission instructions on

Important Dates
Submission deadline     15 October  2007
Notification            30 November 2007
Final papers due        14 December 2007

Program Committee
Véronique Benzaken      Université de Paris-Sud 11, France
Alin Deutsch            University of California, San Diego, USA
Wenfei Fan              University of Edinburgh, UK
Mary Fernandez          ATT Research, USA
Haruo Hosoya            University of Tokyo, Japan
Ralf Lämmel             Universität Koblenz, Germany
Sebastian Maneth        National ICT and UNSW, Sydney, Australia
Jim Melton              Oracle Corporation, USA
Michael Schwartzbach    University of Aarhus, Denmark
Jérôme Vouillon         CNRS, France

Ioana Manolescu (general chair) Gemo group, INRIA Futurs, France
Peter Thiemann (program chair)  University of Freiburg, Germany

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