POPL 2015: 42nd ACM SIGPLAN-SIGACT Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
Student poster session at POPL'15
This year, POPL will have a student poster session in conjunction with the main reception. All students attending POPL are strongly encouraged to participate, and our goal is to allow as many students as possible to present themselves and their work to the community.
Suitable topics are descriptions of work in progress, thesis projects, honours projects and relevant research being or to be published elsewhere.
This is not a competition, but an opportunity to get feedback and suggestions from world-class researchers and also to market yourself as a future PhD student, postdoc, faculty member, etc.
We strive to give as many students as possible a chance to present posters at POPL. If we cannot make space for all interested participants due to space or time constraints, we will take into account both the quality of the work, and the benefit to the student of the exposure.
- Poster draft submission deadline: 29 September 2014 AoE (extended!)
- Notification of acceptance: 1 October 2014
- Student poster session: 15 January 2015
This link will take you to Easy Chair where you will be instructed to provide contact information, some basic information, and information about your presentation in the form of an abstract and a draft poster.
- Extended abstract: An abstract of at most two pages describing the research you want to present including how it is relevant for POPL. Submit this as your paper in EasyChair.
- Poster draft: A PDF draft of your poster (poster size: A1 portrait)
- Letter of support: A letter of support from your academic adviser/PhD supervisor for including your poster in the student poster session at POPL'15.
In EasyChair, submit 1) as your paper and 2) and 3) together in a zip archive.
Please direct any questions to the Student Activities Chair, Matthew Parkinson (mattpark AT microsoft DOT com).
Student Research CompetitionNew for POPL'15, all accepted posters can be entered into the student research competition. There will be prizes for the best graduate and undergraduate posters. To enter students must have:
- Current ACM student membership; and
- Graduate or undergraduate student status at the time of submission.