ECOOP 2001 --- Call for Contributions 
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 ECOOP 2001 --- Call for Contributions

                 15th European Conference on

                 Object-Oriented Programming

            E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary

                     June 18 - 22, 2001

                   CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

   ( Detailed information about the conference is available on the World
     Wide Web:   http://www.*-*-*.com/ )

    ECOOP 2001 is organized by the Department of General Computer Science
   of E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, (ELTE) under the auspices of
   AITO (Association internationale pour les technologies objects). The
   conference, tutorials and workshops will be held in Budapest in the
   new university campus of E?tv?s Lornd University.

 Conference Chairs
        Gerti Kappel (Johannes Kepler University of Linz)
        Lszl Varga (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
 Programme Chair
        J?rgen Lindskov Knudsen (University of Aarhus, Denmark)
 Organizing Chairs
        Lszl Kozma (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Zoltn Horvth (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)

 Tutorial Chairs
        Judit Nyky-Gaizler (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Giuseppe Castagna (LIENS cole Normale Suprieure, Paris)
        Katalin Psztor-Varga (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
 Workshop Chairs
        kos Frohner (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Jacques Malenfant (Universit de Bretagne sud, Vannes)
        Erzsbet Angster (SZMALK Rt., Budapest)
 Panel Chair
        Tams Kozsik (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
 Poster Chairs
        Viktria Zsk (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Istvn Juhsz (University of Debrecen)
 Demonstration Chairs
        Jnos Vida (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Kroly Kondorosi (Technical University of Budapest)
 Exhibit Chairs
        Zoltn Cs?rnyei (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Lszl Blum (University of Veszprm)
 Social Events
        Rozlia Szab-Nacsa (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
 Advertizing, Web site
        Zoltn Istenes (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Attila Kovcs (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
 Industrial Relations Chairs
        Blint D?m?lki (IQSOFT Rt., Budapest)
        Albert Fazekas (Bull Hungary, Budapest)
        Mikls Havass (SZMALK Rt., Budapest)
 Operational Support
        Zoltn Porkolb (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)
        Ferenc Steingart (E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest)

        Mehmet Aksit, University of Twente, The Netherlands
        Suad Alagic, Wichita State University, USA
        Elisa Bertino, University of Milan, Italy
        Gilad Bracha, Sun Microsystems, USA
        Jean-Pierre Briot, University Paris 6 - CNRS, France
        Frank Buschmann, Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, Germany
        Giuseppe Castagna, cole Normale Suprieure de Paris, France
        Pierre Cointe, cole des Mines de Nantes, France
        Serge Demeyer, University of Antwerp, Belgium
        Peter{*filter*}man, University of Glasgow, UK
        Bj?rn N. Freeman-Benson,, USA
        Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
        Joseph Gil Technion, Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel
        Rachid Guerraoui, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
        G?rel Hedin, Lund University, Sweden
        Urs H?lzle, UCSB, USA
        Eric Jul, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
        Gerti Kappel, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria
        J?rgen Lindskov Knudsen, University of Aarhus, Denmark
        Karl Lieberherr, Northeastern University, USA
        Cristina Videira Lopes, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, USA
        Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
        Mira Mezini, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
        Ana Moreira, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
        James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
        Rui Oliveira, Universidade de Minho, Portugal
        Jens Palsberg, Purdue University, USA
        Markku Sakkinen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
        Dag Sj?berg, University of Oslo, Norway
        Jan Vitek, Purdue University, USA
        John Vlissides, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA


The ECOOP 2001 conference invites high quality papers reporting research
results and/or experience related to the object technology. Research
papers should describe work that advances the current state of the art.
Experience papers should be of broad interest and should describe insights
gained from practical application of object technology - of use to other
researchers and practitioners. The programme committee will evaluate each
contributed research and experience paper based on its relevance, significance,
clarity, originality, and correctness.
Suggested topics related to the object oriented paradigm include, but
are not limited to:

       Analysis and design methods
       Concurrent, real-time, and parallel systems
       Database and object persistence
       Design patterns
       Distributed and mobile systems
       Frameworks and software architectures
       Language design and implementation
       Object testing and metrics
       Programming environments
       Reflections, adaptability, composability, and reusability issues
       Theoretical foundation, formal methods

Papers must be submitted in two phases. In the first phase the abstract of
the paper written in English must be electronically submitted before (and
including) November 13, 2000. Submission will be possible starting October 24,
2000. In the second phase, the full paper must be electronically
submitted before November 27, 2000. The paper must be written in English,
and not longer than 10,000 words. Papers arriving late or clearly longer
than the limit may be rejected immediately solely for this reason.
Submission details, including the abstract and full paper formats as well
as the electronic address for sending papers will be available at the
general ECOOP 2001 web site: from October 1st, 2000.

Important dates

       Submission starting date: October 24, 2000

              Abstract submission: November 13, 2000
              Full paper submission: November 27, 2000
              Notification of acceptance: February 12, 2001
              Camera ready copy due: April 2, 2001
              Conference: June 18-22, 2001

       For information about paper submission, contact

              J?rgen Lindskov Knudsen
              ECOOP 2001 Programme Chair
              Department of Computer Science
              University of Aarhus
              Address: Aabogade 34
              DK-8240 Aarhus N, Denmark
              Phone: +45 89 42 56 69
              Fax: +45 89 42 56 24


Traditionally, ECOOP 2001 hosts a two day tutorial programme. Proposals
for high-quality tutorials in all areas of object-orientation from academic
research to industrial applications are solicited. Tutorial levels may be
introductory, intermediate, and advanced. Novel topics and topics of broad
interest are preferred. Proposers can get the guidelines for tutorial
submission via WWW:

Both plain paper and electronic submission are accepted.

       Proposal submission: November 13, 2000
       Notification of acceptance: February 5, 2001
       Camera ready notes: April 17, 2001

Proposals should be submitted to:

       Judit Nyky-Gaizler
       ECOOP 2001 Tutorial Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


As in previous years, ECOOP 2001 will host a number of workshops addressing
different areas of objet-oriented technology. Workshops serve as a
forum for exchanging late breaking ideas and theories in an evolutionary
stage. They typically focus on either in depth analysis or broad-ranging
approaches to areas related to object-oriented technology. Guidelines for
the submission of workshop proposals are available at:


       Proposal submission: November 13, 2000
       Notification of acceptance: January 15, 2001
       Workshop call for papers: February 12, 2001
       Workshop paper submission: April 17, 2001

Proposals should be submitted to:

       kos Frohner
       ECOOP 2001 Workshop Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


Panel sessions addressing important and timely topics in objet-orientation
will be included in the main conference. They should present interesting
and divergent views with solid practical and/or theoretical backing. A good
panel session can be the highlight of the official programme for many
attendees. Proposers should request the guidelines for panel proposals from
the address below or get them via WWW:


       Proposal submission: December 18, 2000
       Notification of acceptance: February 19, 2001
       Camera-ready position papers: March 26, 2001

Proposals should be submitted to:

       Tams Kozsik
       ECOOP 2001 Panel Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


Live demonstrations of all kinds of object-oriented software will be presented
at the conference. Technical members of the implementation teams are
expected to give the demonstrations. Proposals are solicited for both
commercial and in-house systems, as well as academic and corporate research.
Demonstration will be selected on the basis of technical merit, novelty and
relevance to object-oriented technology. Product marketing and sales
presentations are inappropriate for this forum. Proposers should request the
guidelines for demonstration proposals from the address below or get them
via WWW:


       Demo submission: April 17, 2001

Proposals should be submitted to:

       Jnos Vida
       ECOOP 2001 Demonstration Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


Posters provide an easy and informal means for presenting ongoing research
to the ECOOP audience. This may be especially useful for new ideas that
have not yet been developed to the point of a regular paper. PhD students
are particularly encouraged to submit a proposal describing their work.
Time will be arranged during the conference for poster authors to discuss
their work directly with interested participants. Proposers can get the
guidelines for poster submission via WWW:


       Poster submission: April 20, 2001
       Notification of acceptance: May 14, 2001

Proposals should be submitted to:

       Viktria Zsk
       ECOOP 2001 Poster Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


At ECOOP there has traditionally been an exhibition of products and services
related to object-orientation. The exhibition will be set up next to the
main conference area, where participants have the opportunity to visit the
stands, even during short breaks. Further information can be obtained via

or by contacting:

       Zoltn Cs?rnyei
       ECOOP 2001 Exhibit Chair
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary


ECOOP is an AITO conference. Information about AITO and ECOOP conferences,
as well as guidelines for submitting technical papers is available
at the following URL:

General information about ECOOP 2001 conference and its organization as
well as guidelines or submissions may be obtained at the following URL:

This site will open just after the closing of ECOOP 2000.
Specific organization questions may be sent to:

       Lszl Kozma or Zoltn Horvth
       ECOOP 2001 Organizing Chairs
       Department of General Computer Science
       E?tv?s Lornd University, Budapest, Hungary

Surface mail and phone numbers
Although electronic mail should be preferred, one may direct specific
correspondence to the appropriate chair, at the following address:

       E?tv?s Lornd University
       Institute of Informatics
       Department of General Computer Science
       H-1117 Budapest,
       Pzmny Pter stny 1/d.
       Phone: +36-1-463-4139
       Fax: +36-1-463-1648

Would you like to receive the printed Advance
Programme by ordinary mail (in February 2001), please
send your complete postal address by e-mail to

ECOOP 2001 is organized in co-operation with AITO.

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