MPLR 2021: Call for Participation

by Jeremy Singer, Aug. 17, 2021

18th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on
Managed Programming Languages & Runtimes

September 29-30, 2021
Münster, Germany & Virtual
Follow us @MPLR_Conf

The 18th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Managed

Programming Languages & Runtimes (MPLR, formerly ManLang,

originally PPPJ) is a premier forum for presenting and discussing

novel results in all aspects of managed programming languages and

runtime systems, which serve as building blocks for some of the

most important computing systems in use, ranging from small-scale

(embedded and real-time systems) to large-scale (cloud-computing

and big-data platforms) and anything in between (desktop, mobile,

IoT, and wearable applications).

This year, MPLR will be held as a hybrid event with in-person

participation at Münster, Germany and online participation.

Registration at:

For up-to-date details, check out the conference website:

and follow us on Twitter @MPLR_Conf.

# Keynotes

Design and Implementation of JavaScriptCore

(Speaker to be confirmed)

The Toothbrush Made us Do It: The Telco Need for Dynamic

Intelligent Runtimes

Paul Harvey, Rakuten Mobile

# Accepted Papers

## Full Papers

Fernando Cristiani and Peter Thiemann: Generation of TypeScript

Declaration Files from JavaScript Code.

Baltasar Trancón Y Widemann and Markus Lepper: LLJava Live at the

Loop -- A Case for Heteroiconic Staged Meta-Programming.

Majid Makki, Dimitri Van Landuyt, Bert Lagaisse and Wouter

Joosen: Shared Memory Protection in a Multi-tenant JVM.

Jacob Kreindl, Daniele Bonetta, Lukas Stadler, David Leopoldseder

and Hanspeter Mössenböck: Low-Overhead Multi-Language Dynamic

Taint Analysis on Managed Runtimes through Speculative


## Work-in-Progress Papers

Daniel Pekarek and Hanspeter Mössenböck: Architecture-Agnostic

Dynamic Type Recovery.

Abhiroop Sarkar, Robert Krook, Bo Joel Svensson and Mary Sheeran:

Higher-Order Concurrency for Microcontrollers.

Pablo Tesone, Guillermo Polito and Stéphane Ducasse: Profiling

Code Cache Behaviour via Events.

Raphael Mosaner, David Leopoldseder, Lukas Stadler and Hanspeter

Mössenböck: Using Machine Learning to Predict the Code Size

Impact of Duplication Heuristics in a Dynamic Compiler.

Indigo Orton and Alan Mycroft: Tracing and its Observer Effect on


## Industry and Tool Papers

Dan Graur, Rodrigo Bruno and Gustavo Alonso: Specializing Generic

Java Data Structures.

Guillermo Polito, Pablo Tesone, Stéphane Ducasse, Luc Fabresse,

Théo Rogliano, Pierre Misse-Chanabier and Carolina Hernandez

Phillips: Cross-ISA Testing of the Pharo VM: Lessons learned

while porting to ARMv8.

Nicolas Stucki, Jonathan Immanuel Brachthäuser and Martin

Odersky: Virtual ADTs for Portable Metaprogramming.

# Participation

To participate please register at:

We are looking forward to seeing you at MPLR 2021!