Chair: Ken Bauer
OOPSLA demonstrations provide an opportunity for companies and universities to show their latest work to an experienced audience. This can be work in progress, commercial applications, proof of concepts, results of academic research, tools, systems or any topic that has interesting object-oriented aspects. Demonstrations are not focused on selling a product but to highlight, explain and present the technical aspects of it. Demonstrators may actively solicit feedback from the usually very technically savvy audience. In the past, this has made for some very interesting demonstration sessions.
The demonstrations will be held Wednesday, 6 November 2002 and Thursday, 7 November 2002. Each session lasts up to 45 minutes and several sessions run in parallel. This year your demonstrations will be held in rooms constructed inside the exhibit hall to attract many people.
Persons or groups that work with an interesting topic, suitable for demonstrating to a group of 30 to 100 people, should use this opportunity to show their work to a larger audience. Take this opportunity to demonstrate your work to an audience that is for once not just interested what it does, but really wants to know HOW it works!
Accepted demonstrations may also (and are encouraged to) provide a two-page summary description to be published in the OOPSLA 2002 Conference Companion.
Proposals for demonstrations will continue to be accepted on quality, suitability and space available basis. However, in order to be included in the final program they must be submitted before 19 July 2002. Submission is via the online submission system only. Visit http://oopsla.acm.org/demonstrations/submit/ for instructions on how to submit a demonstration. The demonstrations chair can be contacted for further questions at email@example.com.
Wednesday, 6 November
Thursday, 7 November