16th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming
University of Málaga, Spain
June 10-14, 2002
 
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Technical programme - Workshops

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The workshops of ECOOP, Europe's foremost conference on object technology, are an excellent opportunity to bring together academics and researchers working on similar scientific areas in an atmosphere that fosters interaction, exchange, and problem solving. Workshops also provide the opportunity for representatives of a technical community to coordinate efforts and establish collective plans of action.
The ECOOP 2002 workshop committee selected 20 out of 25 high quality proposals for workshops which, as usual, are scheduled for the first two days of the conference. Your participation will contribute to making these two days a success. Enjoy them!

Important dates
April 8 Position papers due
April 29 Notification of acceptance
May 6 Early registration date
June 10-11 ECOOP 2002 workshops

 

 

 

 

 
MONDAY 10
WS02 WS04 WS06 WS07 WS08 WS12 WS18 WS19 WS20
TUESDAY 11

 

ID Title Mon10 Tue11
See also
01
Resource Management for Safe Languages
Godmar Back, Walter Binder, Greg Bollella, Laurent Daynes, Michael Hind, Doug Lea, George Necula, Niranjan Suri, Jan Vitek
Greg Czajkowski (primary contact)
  room
2.0.4
ws18
02
Generative Programming
Kasper Østerbye, Lutz Röder, Bedir Tekinerdogan, Markus Völter
Krzysztof Czarnecki (primary contact)
room
2.0.4
  ws14
03
Sixth Workshop on Pedagogies and Tools for Learning Object-Oriented Concepts
Kim B. Bruce, Jurgen Borstler
Isabel Michiels (primary contact)
  room
3.0.3
04
The 12th Workshop for PhD Students in Object-Oriented Systems
Hermes Senger, Pierre Crescenzo, Michael Haupt, Ezz Hattab, Cyril Ray
Miguel A. Pérez (primary contact)
room
4.1.1
06

Second International Workshop on Web-Oriented Software Technology, IWWOST 2002
Daniel Schwabe, Luis Olsina, Gustavo Rossi
Oscar Pastor (primary contact)

room
3.0.3
 
07

Seventh International Workshop on Component-Oriented Programming (WCOP 2002)
Jan Bosch, Clemens Szyperski
Wolfgang Weck (primary contact)

room
2.0.3
  ws10
08

Concrete Communication Abstractions of The Next 701 Distributed Object Systems
Andrew Black, Rachid Guerraoui, Eric Jul, Anne-Marie Kermarrec, Doug Lea, Nenad Medvidovic, Salah Sadou
Antoine Beugnard (primary contact)

room
3.0.4
  ws10
ws16
09

Unanticipated Software Evolution (USE)
Pascal Costanza, Mikhail Dmitriev
Günter Kniesel (primary contact)

  room
4.1.4
 
10

Second International Workshop on Composition Languages (WCL 2002)
Bastiaan Schönhage, Jean-Guy Schneider, Thomas Genssler
Markus Lumpe (primary contact)

  room
2.0.3
ws07
ws08
11
The Inheritance Workshop
Andrew P. Black, Erik Ernst, Peter Grogono
Markku Sakkinen (primary contact)
  room
4.0.1
12
Model-based Software Reuse
Andreas Speck, Elke Pulvermueller, Ragnhild Van Der Straeten, Ralf Reussner
Matthias Clauss (primary contact)
room
2.0.5
  ws14
13

6th ECOOP Workshop on Quantitative Approaches in Object-Oriented Software Engineering
Fernando Brito e Abreu, Geert Poels, Houari A. Sahraoui
Mario Piattini (primary contact)

  room
3.0.6

14
Multiparadigm Programming with OO Languages
Kei Davis, Yannis Smaragdakis

Jörg Striegnitz (primary contact)
  room
3.0.5
ws02
ws12
15

Knowledge-Based Object-Oriented Software Engineering
Kim Mens, Ellen Van Paesschen, Nelson Medinilla
Maja D'Hondt (Vrije Universieit Brussel (primary contact)

  room
2.0.5

16
Fifth ECOOP Workshop on Object-Orientation and Operating Systems (ECOOP-OOOSWS’2002)
Olaf Spinczyk, Andreas Gal, Paniti Netinant
Dario Alvarez (primary contact)
  room
3.0.4
ws08
17
Integration and Transformation of UML models
Jon Whittle, Ambrosio Toval, Robert France
Joao Araújo (primary contact)
  room
2.0.6

18

The 8th ECOOP Workshop on Mobile Object Systems: New Frontiers

Ciaran Bryce (primary contact)

room
3.0.5
 

19
Feyerabend - Redefining Computing
Pascal Costanza, Martine Devos, Dave Thomas
Wolfgang De Meuter (primary contact)
room
4.0.1
 

20
Formal Techniques for Java-like Programs (FTfJP)
Susan Eisenbach, Gary T. Leavens, Peter Mueller, Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter
Erik Poll (primary contact)
room
2.0.6
 

 

Workshop reader

Keeping up with the ECOOP tradition, we will again publish an ECOOP Workshop Reader. The ECOOP 2002 edition (expected to appear about half a year after the conference) will be published by Springer-Verlag as an LNCS volume. Each chapter of this book will be a report dedicated to one workshop, providing the current research being carried out in the workshop topics, the major issues discussed at the workshop, the conclusions of the focus groups (if applicable) and the open research directions on the workshop themes. This year, the ECOOP 2002 Workshop Reader will also include reports dedicated to panels and posters. We are pretty sure that the ECOOP 2002 Workshop Reader will provide an excellent snapshot of the trends in the object-oriented community.

You can pre-order a copy of the ECOOP 2002 Workshop reader on the registration form for only 48 €. This entails a discount of about 40%-50% over the estimated final price. The reader will then be shipped to the address on your registration form about half a year after the conference.

Registration

You need to be a registered participant for ECOOP'2002 in order to attend a workshop. The ECOOP registration process allows you to register for the conference (which includes workshop registration) or for the workshops only. The early registration date is May 6, 2002. Further details on conference registration are available here.

Note that the ECOOP workshops are usually open only to persons who are invited or who have submitted a position paper. It is the responsability of the registrant to check whether he or she is in the appropriate situation.

 

For additional questions or clarification, or for your suggestions, please feel free to contact the ECOOP 2002 Workshop Chairs:

Juan Hernández
University of Extremadura, Spain
Ana Moreira
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Technical programme - Workshops

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