OOPSLA demonstrations are the ultimate show and tell sessions for your state-of-the-art systems, languages, environments, tools, and applications!
As for past OOPSLAs, live demonstrations this year will be an outstanding vehicle for sharing the technical dimensions of your work.
Demonstrations focus on presenting novel and interesting technical details in a dynamic forum where executing systems are coupled with interactive presentations. The Demos Track in 2006 is a tremendous opportunity for both companies and universities to showcase their latest and greatest to an experienced and technically savvy audience.
Demonstrations will be selected on the basis of technical merit, relevance, novel features, and feasibility of presentation at OOPSLA. Projects demonstrated can be work in progress, commercial applications, proof of concepts, results of academic research, tools, systems or any topic that is of interest to the OOPSLA community.
Demonstrations are intended to highlight, explain and present the technical dimensions of hot new work. Demonstrators are encouraged to actively solicit feedback from the audience--ensuring that we have very interesting and entertaining demonstration sessions!
A description of no more than two pages for the proposed demo is required. It should include the format of the demo, a description of what the demo is about, the novel features of the project and why it is of intertest to the OOPSLA audience. The two-page abstract must be submitted as a PDF or PostScript file, and suitable for inclusion in the OOPSLA 2006 Conference Companion, conforming to ACM Proceedings format.
Submissions should include the following:
Title of demonstration
Name and organization of contact person
A short, 150-word biography for each of the individual(s) presenting the demo
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 include the following:
What problems are addressed?
What will the audience be seeing?
What makes the software relevant to the OOPSLA community?
What is unique about the design or implementation?
What underlying technologies are used?
What techniques were used to build the software?
What are the interesting technical details and challenges?
Any specific requirements for your demo (such as special hardware, etc.)
A short, 50-word abstract.
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For additional information, clarification, or questions, please contact the track chair.