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"GPCE: 6th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop 2004"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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GPCE: 6th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop 2004

Meeting Room 6
Sunday, 8:30, full day
 


 
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Karine Arnout, ETH Zurich- Douglas
R. Dechow, Oregon State University
Andreas Pleuss, University of Munich
Matthew J. Rutherford, University of Colorado at Boulder
Denis Shestakov, Turku Center for Computer Science
Daniel von Dincklage, University of Colorado at Boulder

http://serl.cs.colorado.edu/~rutherfo/gpce_yrw04/

After the great success of the 5th GPCE Young Researchers Workshop (see http://se.inf.ethz.ch/events/gpce_yrw03/) this workshop which is traditionally held in conjunction with the GPCE aims again at providing a platform for young international researchers to present their work. Expected participants are people who have recently started their career in the domain of generative and component based software development (the "young researchers").

The workshop is intended to take one day during the GPCE conference. Accepted papers are presented at the workshop by their authors. Afterwards the presenters receive constructive feedback and hints from invited panelists who are experienced experts in the workshop topics. Furthermore there will be time for discussion with the whole audience about the presented work. Participants get in contact with other researchers in the field and become familiar with other approaches and future research topics.

The major topics of the workshop are component-based software engineering, product line engineering, generative programming, runtime code generation, separation of concerns, integration of generative and component-based approaches, and domain engineering.

This year's invited panelists are:

  • Jim Coplin
  • Michael Stal
  • others to be announced

Further information about the workshop can be found at http://serl.cs.colorado.edu/~rutherfo/gpce_yrw04/.