CFP: 9th ECOOP Workshop for PhD Students in Object Oriented Systems (PhDOOS '99) 
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 CFP: 9th ECOOP Workshop for PhD Students in Object Oriented Systems (PhDOOS '99)

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9th ECOOP Workshop for PhD Students in Object Oriented Systems (PhDOOS
'99)
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Part of the 13th European Conference on Object Oriented Programming
(ECOOP '99), Lisbon, Portugal, June 14-18, 1999.

Financially Supported by AITO and Object Technology International Inc.

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Workshop Web Pages:
http://www.*-*-*.com/

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Call for Papers/Participation
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The workshop is intended for PhD students within the area of
object-orientation.  All relevant topics are considered, including but
not restricted to:

Methods
Languages
Applications
Distribution
Databases
Patterns
Semantics
Frameworks
Metrics
Reuse
Testing
Graphics
User interfaces
Numerics

The workshop offers an opportunity for PhD students to meet and share
their research experiences, to discover commonalities in research and
studentship, and to foster a collaborative environment for joint
problem-solving.  PhD students from both industry and academia are
encouraged to attend in order to ensure a broad, unconfined discussion.

The workshop also aims at strengthening the international Network of PhD
Students in Object-Oriented Systems (PhDOOS), which was initiated at the
1st workshop during ECOOP '91 in Geneva, Switzerland.  The PhD Network
counts approximately 125 members from all over the world, all of them
PhD students.  There is a mailing list and a WWW site, used mainly for
information and discussion of OO-related topics.  For more information
see http://www.*-*-*.com/ .

Moreover, it is a tradition to strengthen the internal workshop network
e.g. by dining together after the regular programme of the day.

Funding
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Last year AITO contributed funding which enabled the participation of
some persons who would not afford to participate otherwise. We expect
that this arrangement will be repeated this year. Besides we have
received financial support from Object Technology International Inc.
Funding information can be found at
http://www.*-*-*.com/
enquiries and applications should be submitted to Alexandru Telea

Work Practices
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The workshop is divided into plenary sessions and subgroup sessions. The
subgroups will be formed before the workshop, based on the research
interests of the participants.  At the workshop, the main part of the
technical programme consists of presentations and discussions in
subgroups.  Results and summaries from the subgroup discussions will be
presented at a plenary session.  Accepted works will be made available
to all participants in advance.

The plenary session will also feature two invited speakers talking about
the PhD getting process, how to conduct research, interesting future
research hot-spots, personal experiences or similar topics. Usually this
is a good opportunity to hear things not discussed elsewhere, and to
have an "unplugged" discussion with a well-known personality of our
field.

Submission Information
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To participate, you should make sure that you have an updated abstract
entry in the PhDOOS network database.  If you are not a member of the
network, please send a one-page (500 words) abstract of your research,
as described below.  If you are already a member, consider renewing the
abstract.

You can apply for a short (15 minute) presentation of your research
based on the abstract alone.  You can additionally submit a (3-8 page)
position paper for review and give a longer (30 minute) presentation.
The purpose of the position paper is to give the other participants an
overview of your work, but it is probably also a good place to present
some unusual and thought provoking statements in order to ensure a
lively discussion.

Abstracts and position papers should be submitted to Awais Rashid

www pages at
http://www.*-*-*.com/

Abstracts and some of the best papers will be included in the workshop
proceedings published as part of the ECOOP '99 Workshop Reade

Important Dates
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April 15, 1999: Deadline for submission of abstracts and position papers

May 1, 1999: Notification of acceptance, abstracts and position papers
made
             available, formation of working groups starts
June 14-15: Workshop

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Organisers
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David Parsons
Senior Lecturer
Systems Engineering Faculty
Southampton Institute
East Park Terrace
Southampton SO14 OYN
UK
Tel. +44-1703-319499
Fax. +44-1703-334441

Home page:
http://www.*-*-*.com/

Awais Rashid
PhD Student
Cooperative Systems Engineering Group
Department of Computer Science
Lancaster University
Lancaster LA1 4YR
UK
Tel. +44-1524-65201 Ext. 94537
Fax. +44-1524-593608

Home page: http://www.*-*-*.com/

Alexandru Telea
Department of Mathematics and Computing Science
Eindhoven University of Technology
Den Dolech 2
5600 MB Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Tel. +31-40-2474328

Home page: http://www.*-*-*.com/



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