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Robb Powell, Principal, Sage Tree, LLC

OOPSLA Posters provide an excellent forum for authors and conference attendees to discuss work on the horizon of research and practice. Posters showcase interesting, innovative work or discuss late-breaking results. The Poster Reception is highly interactive. It allows interested participants to engage in discussions about the work presented by the authors.

Our posters this year:

  1. The Eighth "Killer Examples" Workshop: Good Examples for Exposing Bad Practice
    • Dale Skrien, Colby College, USA
    • Carl Alphonce, University at Buffalo, USA
    • Adrienne Decker, University at Buffalo, USA
    • Jürgen Börstler, Umeå University, Sweden
    • Michael Caspersen, Aarhus Univeristy, Denmark
  2. Mining Scenario-Based Specifications with Value-Based Invariants
    • David Lo, School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University, Singapore
    • Shahar Maoz, Dept. of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  3. ModelTalk: A Domain Specific Language Workbench
    • Atzmon Hen-Tov, Pontis, Israel
    • David Lorenz, Open University of Israel, Israel
    • Lior Schachter, Pontis, Israel
  4. The Observer Effect of Profiling on Dynamic Java Optimizations
    • Elena Machkasova, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA
    • Kevin Arhelger, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA
    • Fernando Trinciante, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA
  5. Analysis of Impact of Lock Contention on Energy Efficiency on a Chip-Multiprocessor Server
    • Takeshi Ogasawara, IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory, Japan
    • Ken Sakamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  6. Transformations on Petri Nets in Color
    • Manuel Wimmer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    • Angelika Kusel, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
    • Johannes Schoenboeck, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    • Werner Retschitzegger, University of Vienna, Austria
    • Wieland Schwinger, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
  7. The Future is Dynamic — Adaptive Runtime Resource Management for Heterogeneous Computer Platforms
    • Rogier Baert, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    • Carolina Blanch, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    • Paul Coene, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    • Maja D'Hondt, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    • Roel Wuyts, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    • Ma Zhe, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
  8. @Composite — Macro Annotations for Java
    • Andrew Phillips, qrmedia, United Kingdom
  9. Best Practices in Cloud Computing: Implementation and Operational Implications for the Cloud
    • Ruth G. Lennon, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland
    • Lars Arne Skar, Miles, Norway
    • Arne Jorgen Berre, Sintef, Norway
  10. Building a Semantic Virtual Museum: from Wiki to Semantic Wiki using Named Entity Recognition
    • Alain Plantec, LISyC, Université; de Bretagne Occidentale, France
    • Vincent Ribaud, LISyC, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France
    • Vasudeva Varma, Search and Information Extraction Lab IIIT Hyderabad, India, India
  11. Best Practices in Cloud Computing: Designing for the Cloud
    • Ruth G. Lennon, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland
    • Lars Arne Skar, Miles, Norway
    • Arne Jorgen Berre, Sintef, Norway
  12. InTml: A Case Study on Virtual Reality Development
    • Pablo Figueroa, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
  13. S.P.L.O.T. - Software Product Lines Online Tools
    • Marcilio Mendonca, University of Waterloo, Canada
    • Moises Branco, Banco do Nordeste do Brasil, Brazil
    • Donald Cowan, University of Waterloo, Canada
  14. Harmony-Oriented Smalltalk
    • Sebastian Fleissner, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    • Elisa Baniassad, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  15. Executing Code in the Past: Efficient In-Memory Object Graph Versioning
    • Frédéric Pluquet, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
    • Stefan Langerman, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
    • Roel Wuyts, Imec, Leuven and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
  16. The Habanero Multicore Software Research Project
    • Rajkishore Barik, Rice University, USA
    • Zoran Budimlic, Rice University, USA
    • Vincent Cave, Rice University, USA
    • Sanjay Chatterjee, Rice University, USA
    • Yi Guo, Rice University, USA
    • David Peixotto, Rice University, USA
    • Raghavan Raman, Rice University, USA
    • Jun Shirako, Rice University, USA
    • Sagnak Tasirlar, Rice University, USA
    • Yonghong Yan, Rice University, USA
    • Jisheng Zhao, Rice University, USA
    • Vivek Sarkar, Rice University, USA
  17. By-Example Adaptation of the Model Versioning System AMOR
    • Petra Brosch, Vienna University of Technology/Institute of Software Technology, Austria
    • Philip Langer, JKU Linz/Department of Telecooperation, Austria
    • Martina Seidl, Vienna University of Technology/Institute of Software Technology, Austria
    • Konrad Wieland, Vienna University of Technology/Institute of Software Technology, Austria
    • Manuel Wimmer, Vienna University of Technology/Institute of Software Technology, Austria
  18. Preserving the Separation of Concerns While Composing Aspects on Shared Joinpoints
    • Antoine Marot, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  19. Noninvasive Java Concurrency with Deuce STM
    • Guy Korland, Computer Science Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel
    • Pascal Felber, Computer Science Department, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland
    • Nir Shavit, Computer Science Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel
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