TOOLS EUROPE 97: 2nd CFP (12-15 May 1007, Paris) 
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 TOOLS EUROPE 97: 2nd CFP (12-15 May 1007, Paris)

(Note extended deadline.)  

        Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems

                      TOOLS EUROPE '97

                 CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

           SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

         Paris - CNIT la Defense, France, May 12-15, 1997

                       Program Chair:
             Richard Mitchell (University of Brighton)

              Tutorial, Workshop and Panel Chair:
                  Jean-Marc Nerson (ITMI, Paris)

                   Conference Chair:
          Bertrand Meyer (ISE Inc., Santa Barbara)

Held every year since 1989, TOOLS EUROPE is the largest  and
most  important  European   conference   entirely devoted to
Object-Oriented technology and its applications.

TOOLS EUROPE is characterized by a double emphasis:  techni-
cal  quality  and  relevance  to practitioners.  This year's
conference will continue this tradition.

The conference will combine  invited  talks  by  experts  of
world repute from both industry and academia; tutorials on a
wide range of O-O topics at the beginner,  intermediate  and
advanced  levels; panels on the issues of direct interest to
the  community;  an  exhibition  of  products  and  services
featuring the latest development in the field; and technical
papers selected from the contributions submitted in response
to the present Call for Papers.

SUBMISSIONS

All submissions (papers, panels, and  tutorials)  will  be
refereed   and  judged  both  on  technical  quality  and on
relevance to practitioners.

TOOLS EUROPE 97 will put a special emphasis on the following topics:

   + Network programming and WEB applications.          

   + Intranet and virtual businesses.

   + Reusability, reproducibility and maintainability.

   + Challenges of a component industry.

Contributions are expressly sought in this area.

Other suggested topics for  the  general conference  includes:  

   + O-O development and management.  

   + O-O databases.

   + O-O concurrency and distribution

   + Reports of experiences.

PAPER SUBMISSIONS

All submitted papers should be in the range of  8   to  15
single-spaced pages and written in English.

Six copies of each submission should be sent by October 30, 1996 to:
      TOOLS EUROPE '97, Attn: Dr. Richard Mitchell
      Division of Computing
      University of Brighton
      Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GJ
      United Kingdom

      voice: +44 1273 642458
      voice (to leave messages):  +44 1273 642451
      web: http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~rjm4
      Fax +44 1 273 642405

PANEL, TUTORIAL AND WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

Proposals for tutorials, panels and workshops are also solicited.
One page abstract should be sent by October 30, 1996 to:
All panel proposals should include a description of the proposed topic,
the
name, address and brief biography of the proposed panel chair, and the
list
of expected panelists. Important: it is the responsibility of the panel
proposer to secure the acceptance of all expected panelists before
sending
the proposal. (E-mail submissions are acceptable for panel and tutorial
proposals only.)

      TOOLS EUROPE '97, Attn: Dr. Jean-Marc Nerson
      ITMI Cap Gemini Group
      86/90 rue Thiers
      92513 Boulogne-Billancourt
      France

      Fax: +33 (0)1 49 10 51 02

Note: E-mail submissions are only  acceptable  for  workshop, tutorial
and  panel  proposals.  For  such  submissions,  you  should receive
an e-mail acknowledgment within one week.

To maximize their chances of acceptance, prospective authors
should  read  the ``GUIDELINES FOR TOOLS AUTHORS'' included
at the end of this announcement. (see also: http://www.*-*-*.com/ )

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission deadline:                        February 12, 1997.
Notification of acceptance:                 March 24, 1997.
Final manuscripts due:                      April 5, 1997.

PANEL AND TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

All panel proposals should include a description of the pro-
posed  topic,  the  name, address and brief biography of the
proposed panel chair, and the list  of  expected  panelists.
Important: it is the responsibility of the panel proposer to
secure the  acceptance  of  all  expected  panelists  before
sending the proposal.

Although there is no fixed format  for  tutorial  proposals,
any  such  proposal should include the following elements: a
summary of the proposed tutorial; an indication of its level
(beginner,  intermediate,  advanced);  a  biography  of  the
presenter(s), including a  list  of  any  earlier  tutorials
presented;  and  any supplementary materials (such as copies
of publications by the presenter) which  can  help  evaluate
the  proposal.  Tutorials at TOOLS are normally one half-day
(four hours including  a  break).  The  following  types  of
tutorials are particularly sought for TOOLS EUROPE 97:

   + Any presentation of a topic of high potential  interest
      and not  yet covered in conferences.  
   + Any tutorial with a strong practical  content, or based  
      on  significant   industrial developments.  
   + A non-partisan survey of the major solutions available
      in a certain area (tools,  environments,  methods,
      languages,  standards  ...), based as much as possible
      on actual experience rather  than  just  knowledge  
      though  the literature.  
   + An in-depth, non-partisan critical survey of a  specific
      solution (in any area as defined above)  which  has
      attracted  much  attention and is of interest to a wide
      segment of the community.

OTHER O-O MEETINGS IN CONNECTION WITH TOOLS

Many special interest groups on object-oriented  topics  use
the opportunity of TOOLS to organize one of their regular or
exceptional events.   Examples  in  previous  years  include
meetings of user groups for C++, Eiffel, NextSTEP, Smalltalk
OMT, and others, as well as standards committees.

Such meetings this year can take place on Friday, May  16,
or Saturday, May 17, 1997.

As in previous conferences, the TOOLS EUROPE '97  organizers
will  help  find a room.  The events will also be advertised
in  the final TOOLS  program that will be mailed early 1997.

This form can be sent to:

                      TOOLS EUROPE '97
                      INFOPROMOTIONS
                     97 Rue du Cherche-Midi
                     75006 PARIS - FRANCE
       Tel: +33 (0) 1 44 39 85 00 Fax: +33 (0)1 45 44 30 40

For paper copies please type or attach a business card.

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE
   Francois Bancilhon F
   Eduardo Casais   D
   Bernard Coulange F
   Jean-Marc Geib   F
   Yossi Gil IL
   Ian Graham UK
   Gerhard Goos D
   Brian Henderson-Sellers AUS
   Laura Hill UK
   Ian Maung UK
   Roger Osmond USA
   Meilir Page-Jones USA
   Kim Walden S
   Tony Wasserman USA
   Wolf Zimmerman D

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                    SOME GUIDELINES FOR

                 PROSPECTIVE TOOLS AUTHORS

Thank you very much for considering the submission of a paper  to
TOOLS.   The  following informal notes are meant to help you make
sure that your proposal will have the best chance  of  acceptance
by the program committee.

General

TOOLS is a scientific conference with emphasis  on  applications.
This  means that contributions should be scientifically valid and
at  the  same  time  carry  significant  interest  for   industry
practitioners.

The  program  committee's  task  is  to  build   a   high-quality
conference  program which will be interesting and informative for
conference participants as well as readers of the Proceedings. In
other  words,  the  program  committee  acts  as  a  ``consumer's

-- advocate'' for these two groups of (tough) consumers.  Your  task
is  to  convince the committee that your paper, if selected, will
please that audience, and that it should  be  made  part  of  the
program.

Remember, the Committee is ...

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Fri, 28 May 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 TOOLS EUROPE 97: 2nd CFP (12-15 May 1007, Paris)

Quote:

>    + A non-partisan survey of the major solutions available
>       in a certain area (tools,  environments,  methods,
>       languages,  standards  ...), based as much as possible
>       on actual experience rather  than  just  knowledge
>       though  the literature.

You might want to post such requests this to comp.lang.ada as well as
the other O-O language newsgroups, to enhance your non-partisan
survey...


Fri, 28 May 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 TOOLS EUROPE 97: 2nd CFP (12-15 May 1007, Paris)

Ken Garlington wrote about the Call for Papers for TOOLS EUROPE 1997:

Quote:
> You might want to post such requests this to comp.lang.ada as well as
> the other O-O language newsgroups, to enhance your non-partisan
> survey...

Quite right; no slight of Ada was intended. This is just something
done too fast too late at night. I will repost it to comp.lang.ada
as well as other missing newsgroups (Beta, Sather, CLOS,
Objective-C, databases.object...).

--
Bertrand Meyer, ISE Inc., Santa Barbara (California)

ftp://ftp.eiffel.com
Web page: http://www.eiffel.com (WITH FRAMES)
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Sun, 30 May 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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