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OOPSLA 2001

OOPSLA remains the premier conference for object technology. For fifteen years OOPSLA has offered a world class technical program with an assortment of sessions designed to appeal to a range of interests and abilities. OOPSLA 2001 will be held October 14-18 in Tampa, Florida. The location and facilities are splendid. I personally invite you to contribute to what promises to be a great event.

There are many different ways to get involved. I have quickly previewed them below. Scan the list and choose the area that is right for you. Each contribution type has its own Chair and submission guidelines -- details may be found on the individual CFP pages (links to each appear on this page). Specific questions should be directed to the appropriate Chair.

You will find it easy to contribute to OOPSLA using our on-line submission system. We look forward to your contributions and to seeing you in Tampa!

Technical Papers - rigorously reviewed archival papers that contribute to the object-oriented community scientific base.

Panels - small groups of experts who discuss current topics relevant to object technology with each other and with the audience.

Practitioners' Reports – reports written by those in the field, describing their real-world experiences with object technology and the lessons learned.

Tutorials - half- and full day courses given by internationally known experts on diverse technical topics related to object technology. Tutorials can be at an introductory, intermediate, or advanced level.

Workshops – one-day sessions where researchers gather together in small to medium-sized groups for focussed discussion on relatively unexplored topics related to object technology.

Posters – presentations of informal or exploratory work in a visual and interactive format.

Demos - show and tell sessions for novel, state-of-the art systems, languages, environments, and applications.

DesignFest - small groups of designers and developers work on pre-specified analysis and design problems.

Educators' Symposium – a one-day forum for university educators and industry training experts to share experiences, issues, and techniques.

Doctoral Symposium – a one-day session where a panel of experts provide feedback and guidance to Ph.D. students on their dissertation work.

Exhibits – displays and demonstrations of the latest products from software companies, consultants, training specialists, personal electronic device suppliers, and publishers.

Student Volunteers – undergraduate and graduate students volunteer to work about ten hours at OOPSLA and receive complimentary registration and other benefits.

Corporate Donors - companies receive recognition and visibility through monetary or in-kind contributions to conference activities.

In addition to the specific instructions provided by each CFP, you should also look at the General ACM Paper Formatting Guidelines.


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