List of other events

IoSense Spring School 2018 - Call for Participation
by CMai, Jan. 17, 2018

In conjunction with the Smart System Integration Conference 2018 in Dresden - Germany, April 11, 2018.

We invite you to participate in the IoSense Spring School 2018. IoSense (Internet of Sensors) is a European pilot line project regarding sensors and sensor systems. The target in the IoSense spring school is to show how to engineer innovative products. The goal is to enable (Internet of Things) IoT ecosystems based on hardware-software platforms and complementing applications for flexible and high-performance data-aggregation and -processing
in sensor-actuator networks.

Registration Fee (until 28.02.2018): 180,00 €
Registration Fee: 300,00 €

Cornell, Maryland, Max Planck Pre-doctoral Research School 2018: Call for applications
by Maria Christakis, Jan. 12, 2018

The Cornell, Maryland, Max Planck Pre-doctoral Research School 2018:

"Emerging Trends in Computer Science"

August 7-12, 2018
Saarbruecken, Germany

Applications are requested from undergraduate students or Master's students in computer science, computer engineering, or a related discipline to The Cornell, Maryland, Max Planck Pre-doctoral Research School. The second of this new annual series of week-long schools will focus on emerging trends in computer science, including software-defined networking, practical formal methods, computational economics and machine learning, systems and network algorithmics, security and privacy, and natural language processing. Leading researchers will engage with attendees in their areas of expertise.
The curriculum will include lectures, projects, and interaction with faculty from participating institutions.

The small, select group of attendees will be exposed to state-of-the-art research in computer science, have the opportunity to interact one-on-one with internationally leading scientists from three of the foremost academic institutions in research and higher learning in the US and in Europe, and network with like-minded students. They will get a sense of what it is like to pursue an academic or industrial research career in computer science and have a head start when applying for graduate school.

For full consideration, applications should be received by February 7, 2018. Travel and accommodation will be covered for accepted students.
Further information about the school and how to apply can be found at

CFP - 2nd BSR summer school on "Big Software on the Run: Where Software meet Data"
by Nour Assy, Dec. 5, 2017

We are pleased to announce the 2nd BSR summer school on “Big software on the Run – Where Software meet Data” which will be held in conjunction with the Eighth European Business Intelligence and Big Data Summer School ( The school is organized in close collaboration with SIKS, ASCI and IPA and will run from Sunday 1st to Friday 6th July, 2018. The venue is Fletcher ParkHotel Val Monte, Berg en Dal, the Netherlands.

ECOOP17 Doctoral Symposium CFP: Extended Submission Deadline
by Lisa Nguyen Quang Do, April 22, 2017

The submission deadline for the Doctoral Symposium has been extended to Thursday 27th, 23:59 AoE.

Junior and Senior PhD students who want to receive constructive feedback on their work are welcome to submit!

ECOOP17 Doctoral Symposium - Call for Papers
by Lisa Nguyen Quang Do, April 13, 2017

Submissions are open for the Doctoral Symposium at ECOOP!

Call for Workshops - 14th Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (QEST)
by Ezio Ezio Bartocci, Nov. 11, 2016

Workshop proposals: February 10th, 2017
Notification of acceptance: March 4th, 2017
Workshop day: September 4th or 8th, 2017

Call-for-papers - David A. Turner Festschrift on his 70th Birthday
by Greg Michaelson, May 2, 2016

This special issue of the JUCS celebrates the 70th Birthday of David Turner, an inspiring scientist and person.

David Turner´s contributions to programming language design and implementation were seminal. He is best known for his pioneering work in combinator graph reduction and for designing and implementing an influential series of pure, non-strict, functional programming languages: SASL, KRC and Miranda. David invented or co-invented many of the basic techniques of lazy functional programming and his ideas and notations have passed into later languages such as Haskell.

This Festschrift volume intends to publish original papers which address any area of functional programming or of the design and implementation of functional languages.

by Greg Michaelson, Jan. 16, 2015

Advance notice of the EAPLS Best PhD Award.

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