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[DotGNU]Fwd: [Dotnet-sscli] .NET Technologies'2004 Call for Papers

From: Rhys Weatherley
Subject: [DotGNU]Fwd: [Dotnet-sscli] .NET Technologies'2004 Call for Papers
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 18:44:02 +1000
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European DotGNU'ers might be interested in submitting a paper to this 
conference on behalf of DotGNU.

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Subject: [Dotnet-sscli] .NET Technologies'2004 Call for Papers
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 08:25:24 +0100
From: "Vaclav Skala" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>

, Pisa, Italy

Dear friend,

first of all we would like to wish you happen New Year 2004 and very
 successful year 2004.

We are sending you this letter to let you know that the 2-nd international
 workshop on .NET Technologies will be held in Plzen close to Prague (Czech
 Republic) in 2004.

We hope that you will find the enclosed Call for Papers useful for you and
 colleagues of yours. Please, distribute the Call to your friends according
 to your mailing list as well.

We will be pleased if you consider taking an active part in the workshop and
 submitting a paper to this workshop.

Please, note that the deadline for paper submission:     February 19, 2004

We are sorry if you get any duplicate caused by different e-mail addresses.


Vaclav Skala & Piotr Nienaltowski
Workshop Co-Chairs


                  .NET Technologies 2004
        2nd International Workshop on .NET Technologies
                 University of West Bohemia
                  Pilsen (Czech Republic)
                   May 31 - June 2, 2004


                     Call for Papers


The 2nd International Workshop on .NET Technologies aims at bringing together
 practitioners and researchers from academia and the industry to discuss the
 latest developments in .NET and advance the state of the art in the research
 on related technologies. The .NET Technologies 2004 workshop builds upon the
 positive experience of the previous edition of the event, held in Pilsen
 last February. The high quality of research presented at the previous
 workshop shows the growing interest in .NET - both in the platform itself
 (porting .NET to different  operating systems, e.g. Mono, ROTOR) and in
 related technologies and languages.


Original papers related to .NET and its applications are sollicited. Both
 theoretical and practical results (experience reports and case studies) are

Suggested submission topics include:
- SOFTWARE ENGINEERING: software components, large-scale software, software
 correctness, software security, - PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND TECHNIQUES:
 object-oriented techniques, programming paradigms, multi-language 
 programming, - PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING: multithreading,
 distributed applications, high-performance computing,  web services, -
- EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS: teaching object-oriented paradigm with .NET,
 educational software, - HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACES: computer graphics,
 virtual reality with .NET, - SUPPORT FOR .NET ON UNIX: Mono project, ROTOR,


Mike Barnett, MSR Redmond, USA
Judith Bishop, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Antonio Cisternino, University of Pisa, Italy
Marieke Huisman, INRIA, France
Josef Kolar, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
K. Rustan M. Leino, MSR Redmond, USA
Peter Mueller, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Piotr Nienaltowski, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Nigel Perry, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Michel Riveill, University of Nice, France
Vladimir Safonov, Sankt Petersburg University, Russia
Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Peter Sturm, University of Trier, Germany
Don Syme, MSR-Cambridge, U.K.
Werner Vogels, Cornell University, USA


Vaclav Skala, Department of Computer Science, University of West Bohemia,
 Pilsen, Czech Republic Piotr Nienaltowski, Department of Computer Science,
 ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Paper Submission:     February 19, 2004
Author Notification:  March 31, 2004
Final version due:    April 28, 2004
Workshop:             May 31 - June 2, 2004


Submitted papers must not have been published or concurrently considered for
 publication elsewhere. All submissions will be judged on the basis of
 originality, contribution to the field, technical and presentation quality,
 and relevance to the workshop. Each paper will be refereed by at least 3
 reviewers. Presented papers will be included in workshop proceedings. The
 best 6 papers (extended versions) will be published in a renowned
 international journal.

Papers should be written in English and not exceed 8 pages (4 pages for short
 papers) in ACM proceedings format
 ( Further information and
 instructions about submissions can be found on the workshop website.


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