- The preliminary programme of SBLP 2007 can be obtained by following this link.
The technical program committee accepted 16 papers, out of the 47 submitted (34%).
- The registration form is on-line. Please go to the registration page and choose your preferred language.
Sad news for the Programming Languages Community
The 11th Brazilian Symposium on Programming Languages, SBLP 2007, will be held in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, on May 23-25, 2007. The SBLP is an event sponsored by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) with the purpose of providing a forum where researchers, educators, and practitioners can present and discuss the fundamental principles and innovations in the design, definition, analysis, transformation and implementation of programming languages and systems.
The SBLP 2007 Program Committee invites authors to contribute with the following kinds of submissions:
- Tutorial proposals on subjects related to programming languages, tools, environments or theories, at graduate level.
- Technical papers introducing original research results on the following topics (but are not limited to):
- Formal semantics of programming languages
- Theoretical foundations of programming languages
- Programming language design and implementation
- Design and implementations of tools and programming language environment.
- Visual programming languages
- Programming languages for mobile, WWW and network computing
- Programming languages for target-machine description
- Programming languages for formal specification
- Object Oriented Programming Languages
- Aspect Oriented Programming Languages
- Scripting languages
- New programming models
- Program transformations
- Compilation and interpretation techniques, including representations and analysis of programs, code generation and optimizations
Contributions can be written in Portuguese or English. Papers should have at most 14 pages, including bibliography. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected papers from the proceedings may appear in a Special Issue of the Journal of Universal Computer Science (JUCS) - Springer- Verlag. Only accepted contributions written in English are eligible to be published in the JUCS. Tutorial submissions may be in the form of a proposal. The final version of a selected tutorial should contain at most 30 pages. Papers should be presented in the language of submission. All proposals must follow the SBC formatting guidelines. The following are links to templates/style files for LaTeX, MS Word and OpenOffice.