Chair: Ken Bauer ITESM, Campus Guadalajara, email@example.com
OOPSLA demonstrations is your opportunity to show your work rather than just talk about it! We give you the opportunity to show your 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.
Presenters of accepted demonstrations will also be expected to provide a two-page summary description to be published in the OOPSLA Conference Companion.
For additional information, clarification, or answers to questions, please contact the Demos Chair, Ken Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions due dat: July 1, 2005
Notification of acceptance or rejection: July 22, 2005
Electronic submission of proposals is required through the OOPSLA submission system
Information to enter through the OOPSLA submission system:
- Title of demonstration
- Name and organization of contact person
- Email address of contact person (required)
- Address and phone number of contact person
- Names of other presenters
- Description of demo (maximum of 250 words). The description should try to include the following:
- What problems are addressed?
- What will the audience be seeing?
- What is object-oriented about the software?
- What is unique about the design or implementation?
- What underlying technologies are used?
- What techniques were used to build the software?
- Any specific requirements for your demo (such as special hardware, etc.)
Proposals may be modified up to the submission deadline.