OOPSLA '04

News Flash

Don't forget your passport!
U.S. citizens need a photo ID and proof of citizenship.

October 14, 2004 Press Release (9K .pdf)

Rooms are still available at the Fairmont Hotel!

Final Program (1.5M .pdf)

Conference Wiki now open!

GoF 10th Anniversary Commemorative Event

Alan Kay to deliver Turing Lecture at OOPSLA 2004!


Hotel Incentives

If you book online, you're eligible to win an ACM membership.

Why stay at conference hotels?


Important Dates
October 24-28, 2004
OOPSLA Conference

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Co-located
GPCE 2004 and ISMM 2004 are co-located with OOPSLA '04.

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Information
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OOPSLA Committee

Past OOPSLAs
2003: Anaheim
2002: Seattle
2001: Tampa Bay
2000: Minneapolis
1999: Denver
1998: Vancouver
1997: Atlanta
1996: San Jose
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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Student Volunteers

Chair: Don Roberts, University of Evansville, sv@oopsla.org

The Student Volunteer program is an opportunity for students from around the world to associate with the top people in object-oriented technology, research, and software development. In return for a few hours of their time, student volunteers receive complimentary registration, free admission to tutorials (space permitting), and other benefits. A limited number of volunteers may receive some financial support in return for additional volunteer hours. In past years, job assignments included assisting with symposia and panels, checking badges at doors, operating the information booth, helping with traffic flow and general assistance to keep the conference running smoothly. Our student volunteers are vital to the smooth operation and continued success of OOPSLA each year. We strongly encourage students to become involved in future OOPSLA Student Volunteer programs.

To apply, send email to the Student Volunteers Chair at sv@oopsla.org. In your email, please include the following information:

  • Personal information
    • Name
    • Address
    • Email address
  • University information
    • Name of university
    • Advisor name and email address
    • Undergraduate or graduate
  • OOPSLA experience
    • Number of past OOPSLAs attended
    • Number of times you have been an SV
  • Plan that you are applying for
    • Bronze (~12 hours of work—free conference registration)
    • Silver (~16 hours of work—free conference registration + up to $150 expenses with receipts)
    • Gold (~20 hours of work—free conference registration + up to $500 expenses with receipts)

The applications are due by July 2, 2004. Notifications of Acceptance will be sent out on July 16, 2004.

Application due date: July 2, 2004