List of EAPLS news


Should we continue with EAPLS?
by Mark van den Brand,

Call for new board members and a poll on the appreciation for EAPLS.

EAPLS PhD Award 2016–17: Call for Nominations
by Andreas Wortmann, June 4, 2018

EAPLS PhD Award 2016–17: Call for Nominations
URL: http://eapls.org/pages/phd_award/

Eligible for the award are those who successfully defended their PhD
* at an academic institution in Europe
* in the field of Programming Languages and Systems
* in the period from 1 January 2016 – 31 December 2017

31 July 2018: Deadline for nominations

Call for new board members
by Mark van den Brand, Oct. 9, 2017

Are you the right person to represent the European academic community in Programming Languages and Systems, and help steer it into new directions? Then here is your chance: become board member of the EAPLS for the next three years.

Maria Christakis wins the EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2015
by Arend Rensink, Feb. 27, 2017

The EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2015 has been won by Dr. Maria Christakis (ETH Zürich), for her dissertation on "Narrowing the gap between verification and systematic testing".

The EAPLS Best Paper Award for ETAPS 2016
by Jurriaan Hage, April 11, 2016

At the ETAPS banquet the EAPLS Best Paper Award was awarded to Daniel Huang and Greg Morrisett for their ESOP paper An Application of Computable Distributions to the Semantics of Probabilistic Programming Languages.

Fabrizio Montesi wins the EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2014
by Arend Rensink, Aug. 30, 2015

The EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2014 has been won by Dr. Fabrizio Montesi (IT University of Copenhagen), for his dissertation on "Choreographic Programming".

Best Paper Award at ETAPS 2014
by Arend Rensink, April 9, 2014

The EAPLS Best Paper Award for ETAPS 2014 goes to: Justin Slepak, Olin Shivers, and Panagiotis Manolios

Zhiwu Xu wins the EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2013
by Arend Rensink, April 9, 2014

The EAPLS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2013 has been won by Dr. Zhiwu Xu (Université Paris Diderot), for his dissertation on "Parametric Polymorphism for XML Processing Languages".

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