‹Programming› 2020
Mon 23 - Thu 26 March 2020 Porto, Portugal

Posters are an integral part of ‹Programming›. The Poster Session aims at showcasing very recent or ongoing work, clarifying problem statements, vetting solutions, or identifying evaluation methods in an interactive way. It will offer an excellent opportunity for authors to receive feedback from the ‹Programming› community and encourage one-to-one and small group discussions on a technical topic.

In the Accepted Posters tab you can now find the PDF files for the posters accepted to <Programming> 2020.

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Johannes MeyTechnische Universität Dresden, Thomas KühnKarlsruhe Institute of Technology, René SchöneTechnische Universität Dresden, Uwe AßmannTU Dresden, Germany
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Jeff SmitsDelft University of Technology, Gabriël KonatDelft University of Technology, Eelco VisserDelft University of Technology
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Sara FernandesFaculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, André RestivoLIACC, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, Hugo Sereno FerreiraFEUP, Universidade do Porto, Ademar AguiarFEUP, Universidade do Porto
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Emanuel Fernando da Silva Moreira, Filipe Figueiredo CorreiaUniversity of Porto, João BispoFaculdade de Engenharia e Universidade do Porto
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Toni MattisHasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Robert HirschfeldHasso-Plattner-Institut (HPI), Germany
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Call for Posters

Posters are an integral part of ‹Programming›. We are soliciting quality contributions for the regular Poster Session of ‹Programming›. The Poster Session aims at showcasing very recent or ongoing work, clarifying problem statements, vetting solutions, or identifying evaluation methods in an interactive way. It will offer an excellent opportunity for authors to receive feedback from the ‹Programming› community and encourage one-to-one and small group discussions on a technical topic. Students are especially encouraged to submit their ongoing work and to introduce it to peer researchers. Accepted posters will be listed on the conference Web site.

Poster author(s) are required to attend the scheduled poster session, so that they can discuss their work with conference attendees.

Poster Submission Guidelines

Posters will be evaluated based on their contribution and relevance to ‹Programming›. Two types of submissions will be considered:

  • a) Extended abstracts of 1-2 pages (excluding references) accompanied by a poster draft (both files in PDF format).

  • b) If you have an accepted paper at <Programming> 2020 (>=2 pages) you can submit just the poster draft (in PDF format) illustrating the ideas in the paper.

The accepted extended abstracts will appear in the ACM Digital Library (ACM DL) as part of the ‹Programming› 2020 Conference Companion. They should conform with the ACM SIGPLAN conference template, using the acmart class with the sigconf option, and must include:

  • The poster title;
  • Names and affiliations of the authors (one of whom should be named as a contact person in the submission form);
  • Description of the motivation, the addressed problem, the proposed solution, and the results so far.

Contacts

For any questions please get in touch with the poster chairs Filipe Correia and Hidehiko Masuhara.