Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE'11)

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Tenth International Conference
October 22-23, 2011
Portland, Oregon, USA
(collocated with SPLASH 2011)

Sponsored by ACM and SGT

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2011-10-21 See schedule for where registration and presentations are located. Breakfast will be served both days at 8:00 a.m. outside the presentation location.

2011-09-12 Tech talks will be given by Olivier Danvy and John Launchbury. Also, registration is now open.

2011-08-11 Take a sneak preview of keynotes by Matthias Felleisen and Gary Shubert.

2011-08-04 Tech talk proposals are due on August 7, 2011.

Registration is at Salon Foyer (Hilton Executive Tower, downstairs)

Presentations are in Salon Ballroom I and II (Hilton Executive Tower, downstairs)

Breakfast will be served both days at 8:00 a.m. outside of these rooms.

It's your last chance to register for GPCE 2011. The program features keynotes by Matthias Felleisen (Northeastern University) and Gary Shubert (Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company), 18 technical talks covering theoretical and practical aspects of generative and component based programming, and two tech talks by Olivier Danvy (University of Aarhus) and John Launchbury (Galois, Inc.).

Generative and component approaches are revolutionizing software development just as automation and componentization revolutionized manufacturing. Key technologies for automating program development are Generative Programming for program synthesis, Component Engineering for modularity, and Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) for compact problem-oriented programming notations.

The International Conference on Generative Programming and Component Engineering is a venue for researchers and practitioners interested in techniques that use program generation and component deployment to increase programmer productivity, improve software quality, and shorten the time-to-market of software products. In addition to exploring cutting-edge techniques of generative and component-based software, our goal is to foster further cross-fertilization between the software engineering and the programming languages research communities.

This year, the conference will be held in beautiful Portland. We invite you to join us.