POPL 2017
Sun 15 - Sat 21 January 2017

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Wed 18 Jan
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09:00 - 09:05: OpeningPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Giuseppe CastagnaParis Diderot University & CNRS, Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh
09:00 - 09:05
Day opening
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09:05 - 10:00: Invited speakerPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh
09:05 - 10:00
Talk
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Stephanie WeirichUniversity of Pennsylvania
10:30 - 12:10: Abstract InterpretationPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Isabella MastroeniUniversity of Verona, Italy
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Jade AlglaveUniversity College London, Patrick CousotNew York University
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Kimball GermaneUniversity of Utah, Matthew MightUniversity of Utah; Harvard Medical School; The White House
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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Huisong LiINRIA/CNRS/ENS/PSL*, François BérengerINRIA/CNRS/ENS/PSL*, Bor-Yuh Evan ChangUniversity of Colorado Boulder, Xavier RivalINRIA/CNRS/ENS Paris
11:45 - 12:10
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Gagandeep SinghETH Zurich, Switzerland, Markus PüschelETH Zurich, Martin VechevETH Zurich
10:30 - 12:10: Type Systems 1POPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Avik ChaudhuriFacebook
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Stephen Dolan, Alan MycroftUniversity of Cambridge
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Radu GrigoreUniversity of Kent
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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Cyrus OmarCarnegie Mellon University, Ian VoyseyCarnegie Mellon University, Michael HiltonOregon State University, USA, Jonathan AldrichCarnegie Mellon University, Matthew HammerUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
11:45 - 12:10
Talk
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Karl CraryCarnegie Mellon University
14:20 - 16:00: Probabilistic ProgrammingPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Marco GaboardiSUNY Buffalo, USA
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Leonidas LampropoulosUniversity of Pennsylvania, Diane Gallois-WongInria Paris, ENS Paris, Cătălin HriţcuInria Paris, John HughesChalmers University of Technology, Benjamin C. PierceUniversity of Pennsylvania, Li-yao XiaENS Paris
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14:45 - 15:10
Talk
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Chung-chieh ShanIndiana University, USA, Norman Ramsey
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15:10 - 15:35
Talk
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Krishnendu ChatterjeeIST Austria, Petr NovotnyIST Austria, Djordje ZikelicUniversity of Cambridge
15:35 - 16:00
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14:20 - 16:00: Concurrency 1POPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Ilya SergeyUniversity College London
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Jeehoon KangSeoul National University, Chung-Kil HurSeoul National University, Ori LahavMPI-SWS, Viktor VafeiadisMPI-SWS, Germany, Derek DreyerMPI-SWS
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14:45 - 15:10
Talk
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John WickersonImperial College London, Mark BattyUniversity of Kent, Tyler SorensenImperial College London, George A. ConstantinidesImperial College London, UK
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15:10 - 15:35
Talk
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Robbert KrebbersDelft University of Technology, Netherlands, Amin Timanyimec - Distrinet, KU Leuven, Lars BirkedalAarhus University
DOI Pre-print Media Attached
15:35 - 16:00
Talk
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Morten Krogh-JespersenAarhus University, Kasper SvendsenAarhus University, Lars BirkedalAarhus University
16:30 - 17:45: LogicPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Alexandra SilvaUniversity College London
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Loris D'AntoniUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison, Margus VeanesMicrosoft Research
16:55 - 17:20
Talk
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Naoki KobayashiUniversity of Tokyo, Japan, Etienne LozesENS Cachan, Florian BruseUniversity of Kassel
17:20 - 17:45
Talk
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Simon RobillardChalmers University of Technology, Andrei VoronkovUniversity of Manchester, Laura KovacsChalmers University of Technology
16:30 - 17:45: Compiler OptimisationPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Andrew C. MyersCornell University
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Ziv ScullyCarnegie Mellon University, Adam ChlipalaMIT
16:55 - 17:20
Talk
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Oleg Kiselyov, Aggelos BiboudisUniversity of Athens, Nick PalladinosNessos Information Technologies, SA, Yannis SmaragdakisUniversity of Athens
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17:20 - 17:45
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Wei-Fan ChiangSchool of Computing, University of Utah, Ganesh GopalakrishnanUniversity of Utah, Zvonimir RakamaricUniversity of Utah, Ian BriggsSchool of Computing, University of Utah, Marek S. BaranowskiUniversity of Utah, Alexey SolovyevSchool of Computing, University of Utah
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Thu 19 Jan
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09:00 - 09:15: ACM and SIGPLAN AwardsPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Satnam SinghFacebook
09:00 - 09:05
Awards
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09:05 - 09:10
Awards
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09:10 - 09:15
Awards
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09:15 - 10:00: Invited speakerPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Roberto GiacobazziUniversity of Verona, Italy
09:15 - 10:00
Talk
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Patrick CousotNew York University, Roberto GiacobazziUniversity of Verona, Italy
10:30 - 12:10: Program AnalysisPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Francesco LogozzoFacebook
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Ezgi ÇiçekMPI-SWS, Germany, Gilles BartheIMDEA, Marco GaboardiSUNY Buffalo, USA, Deepak GargMPI-SWS, Germany, Jan HoffmannCarnegie Mellon University
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Ravichandhran MadhavanEPFL, Sumith KulalIIT Bombay, Viktor KunčakEPFL, Switzerland
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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Qirun ZhangUniversity of California, Davis, Zhendong SuUniversity of California, Davis
11:45 - 12:10
Talk
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Jan HoffmannCarnegie Mellon University, Ankush DasCarnegie Mellon University, Shu-chun WengYale University
10:30 - 12:10: Type Systems 2POPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Gabriel SchererNortheastern University
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Danko IlikTrusted Labs
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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11:45 - 12:10
Talk
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Matt BrownUCLA, Jens PalsbergUniversity of California, Los Angeles
14:20 - 16:00: Concurrency 2POPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Nobuko YoshidaImperial College London, UK
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Shaked FlurUniversity of Cambridge, Susmit SarkarUniversity of St. Andrews, UK, Christopher PulteUniversity of Cambridge, Kyndylan NienhuisUniversity of Cambridge, Luc MarangetINRIA Rocquencourt, Kathryn E. GrayUniversity of Cambridge, Ali SezginUniversity of Cambridge, Mark BattyUniversity of Kent, Peter SewellUniversity of Cambridge
14:45 - 15:10
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Christopher LidburyImperial College London, Alastair DonaldsonImperial College London
15:10 - 15:35
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Lucas BrutschyETH Zurich, Dimitar DimitrovETH Zurich, Switzerland, Peter MüllerETH Zurich, Martin VechevETH Zurich
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15:35 - 16:00
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Jochen HoenickeUniversität Freiburg, Rupak MajumdarMPI-SWS, Andreas PodelskiUniversity of Freiburg, Germany
14:20 - 16:00: Functional Programming with EffectsPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Kathleen FisherTufts University
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Daan LeijenMicrosoft Research
14:45 - 15:10
Talk
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Sam LindleyUniversity of Edinburgh, Conor McBride, Craig McLaughlinThe University of Edinburgh
15:10 - 15:35
Talk
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Danel AhmanUniversity of Edinburgh, Cătălin HriţcuInria Paris, Kenji MaillardInria Paris, ENS Paris, and Microsoft Research, Guido MartínezCIFASIS-CONICET, Argentina, Gordon Plotkin, Jonathan ProtzenkoMicrosoft Research, Aseem RastogiMicrosoft Research India, Nikhil SwamyMicrosoft Research
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15:35 - 16:00
Talk
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16:30 - 17:20: Semantic FoundationsPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Lars BirkedalAarhus University
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Arthur Azevedo de AmorimUniversity of Pennsylvania, USA, Ikram CheriguiENS Paris, Marco GaboardiSUNY Buffalo, USA, Justin Hsu, Shin-ya KatsumataKyoto University
16:55 - 17:20
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Steffen SmolkaCornell University, Praveen KumarCornell University, Nate FosterCornell University, Dexter KozenCornell University, Alexandra SilvaUniversity College London
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16:30 - 17:20: Logic and ProgrammingPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Nada AminEPFL
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Kausik SubramanianUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Loris D'AntoniUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison, Aditya AkellaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
16:55 - 17:20
Talk
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17:20 - 18:20: Business meetingPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh
17:20 - 17:40
Talk
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Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh
17:40 - 17:50
Talk
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Andrew C. MyersCornell University, Ranjit JhalaUniversity of California, San Diego
17:50 - 18:20
Meeting
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C: Andrew D. GordonMicrosoft Research and University of Edinburgh

Fri 20 Jan
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09:05 - 10:00: Invited speakerPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Giuseppe CastagnaParis Diderot University & CNRS
09:05 - 10:00
Talk
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10:30 - 12:10: Verification and SynthesisPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Benjamin DelawarePurdue University
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Yu FengUniversity of Texas at Austin, USA, Ruben Martins, Yuepeng WangUniversity of Texas at Austin, Isil DilligUT Austin, Thomas RepsUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison and Grammatech Inc.
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Joshua MoermanRadboud University, Matteo SammartinoUniversity College London, Alexandra SilvaUniversity College London, Bartek KlinUniversity of Warsaw, Michał SzynwelskiUniversity of Warsaw
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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Ahmed BouajjaniIRIF, Université Paris Diderot, Constantin EneaLIAFA, Université Paris Diderot, Rachid Guerraoui, Jad HamzaLIAFA, Université Paris Diderot
11:45 - 12:10
Talk
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Akhilesh SrikanthGeorgia Institute of Technology, Burak SahinGeorgia Institute of Technology, William Harris
10:30 - 12:10: Type Systems 3POPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Derek DreyerMPI-SWS
10:30 - 10:55
Talk
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Andrej DudenhefnerTechnical University Dortmund, Jakob RehofTechnical University Dortmund
10:55 - 11:20
Talk
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Nada AminEPFL, Tiark RompfPurdue University
11:20 - 11:45
Talk
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Carlo AngiuliCarnegie Mellon University, Robert Harper, Todd WilsonCalifornia State University Fresno
11:45 - 12:10
Talk
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Stephen ChangNortheastern University, Alex KnauthNortheastern University, Ben GreenmanNortheastern University
14:20 - 16:00: Concurrency 3POPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Adam ChlipalaMIT
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Ananya Kumar, Guy E. BlellochCarnegie Mellon University, Robert Harper
14:45 - 15:10
Talk
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Igor KonnovTU Wien, Marijana LazićTU Wien, Helmut VeithTU Wien, Josef WidderTU Wien
DOI Pre-print
15:10 - 15:35
Talk
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Xinxin LiuInstitute of software, Chinese academy of sciences, Tingting Yu, Wenhui ZhangInstitute of software, Chinese academy of sciences
15:35 - 16:00
Talk
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Julien LangeImperial College London, Nicholas NgImperial College London, Bernardo ToninhoImperial College London, Nobuko YoshidaImperial College London, UK
Pre-print
14:20 - 16:00: Gradual Typing and ContractsPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Ronald GarciaUniversity of British Columbia
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
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Michael Vitousek, Cameron SwordsIndiana University, Jeremy G. SiekIndiana University Bloomington
14:45 - 15:10
Talk
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Nicolás Lehmann, Éric TanterUniversity of Chile, Chile
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15:10 - 15:35
Talk
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Matteo CiminiIndiana University, USA, Jeremy G. SiekIndiana University Bloomington
15:35 - 16:00
Talk
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Khurram A. JaferyUniversity of British Columbia, Joshua DunfieldUniversity of British Columbia
16:30 - 17:45: QuantumPOPL at Amphitheater 44
Chair(s): Michele PaganiIRIF, Université Paris Diderot
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Mingsheng YingUniversity of Technology Sydney, Australia, Shenggang YingUniversity of Technology Sydney, Australia, Xiaodi WuUniversity of Oregon, USA
16:55 - 17:20
Talk
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Ugo Dal LagoUniversity of Bologna, France, Claudia Faggian, Benoit ValironLRI, CentraleSupelec, Univ. Paris Saclay, Akira YoshimizuUniv.Tokyo
17:20 - 17:45
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Jennifer Paykin, Robert RandUniversity of Pennsylvania, Steve ZdancewicUniversity of Pennsylvania
16:30 - 17:45: Security and PrivacyPOPL at Auditorium
Chair(s): Cătălin HriţcuInria Paris
16:30 - 16:55
Talk
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Nada AminEPFL, Tiark RompfPurdue University
16:55 - 17:20
Talk
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Mounir AssafStevens Institute of Technology, David NaumannStevens Institute of Technology, Julien SignolesCEA LIST, Éric TotelCentraleSupélec, Frédéric TronelCentraleSupélec
17:20 - 17:45
Talk
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Danfeng ZhangPennsylvania State University, Daniel KiferDept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Penn State University

Call for Papers

Scope

The annual Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of programming languages and programming systems. Both theoretical and experimental papers are welcome, on topics ranging from formal frameworks to experience reports. Papers discussing new ideas and new areas are encouraged, as are papers (often called “pearls”) that elucidate existing concepts in ways that yield new insights. We are looking for any submission with the potential to make enduring contributions to the theory, design, implementation or application of programming languages.

The symposium is sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN, in cooperation with ACM SIGACT and ACM SIGLOG.

Evaluation

The Program Committee will evaluate the technical contribution of each submission as well as its accessibility to both experts and the general POPL audience. All papers will be judged on significance, originality, relevance, correctness, and clarity.

Explaining a known idea in a new way may make as strong a contribution as inventing a new idea. Hence, we encourage the submission of pearls: elegant essays that explain an old idea, but do so in a new way that clarifies the idea and yields new insights. There is no formal separation of categories; pearls will be held to the same standards as any other paper.

Each paper should explain its contributions in both general and technical terms, identifying what has been accomplished, explaining why it is significant, and comparing it with previous work. Authors should strive to make their papers understandable to a broad audience. Advice on writing technical papers can be found on the SIGPLAN author information page.

A document that details principles underlying organizational and reviewing policies can be found here.

A document containing frequently asked questions about the reviewing and submission process, especially as it pertains to double-blind reviewing, can be found here.

The Program Committee, displayed to the right, meets face-to-face to make the final selection; the Program Committee is assisted by a larger External Review Committee, also displayed to the right. PC papers are reviewed and selected entirely by the ERC.

Submission guidelines

Prior to the registration deadline, the authors will register their paper by uploading information on the submission title, abstract (of at most 300 words), authors, topics, and conflicts to the conference web site. Papers that are not registered on time will be rejected.

Prior to the final paper submission deadline, the authors will upload their full paper in double blind format and formatted according to the ACM proceedings format. Each paper should have no more than 12 pages of text, excluding bibliography, in 9 pt format. Papers may be resubmitted multiple times up until the deadline. The last version submitted before the deadline will be the version that is reviewed. Papers that exceed the length requirement or deviate from the expected format or are submitted late will be rejected.

Deadlines expire at midnight anywhere on earth on the Important Dates displayed to the right.

Templates for ACM format are available for Microsoft Word and LaTeX at http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author (use the 9 pt preprint template). Submissions should be in PDF and printable on US Letter and A4 sized paper.

Submitted papers must adhere to the SIGPLAN Republication Policy and the ACM Policy on Plagiarism. Concurrent submissions to other conferences, workshops, journals, or similar forums of publication are not allowed.

POPL 2017 will employ a lightweight double-blind reviewing process. To facilitate this, submitted papers must adhere to two rules:

  1. author names and institutions must be omitted, and
  2. references to authors’ own related work should be in the third person (e.g., not “We build on our previous work …” but rather “We build on the work of …”).

The purpose of this process is to help the PC and external reviewers come to an initial judgement about the paper without bias, not to make it impossible for them to discover the authors if they were to try. Nothing should be done in the name of anonymity that weakens the submission or makes the job of reviewing the paper more difficult (e.g., important background references should not be omitted or anonymized). In addition, authors should feel free to disseminate their ideas or draft versions of their paper as they normally would. For instance, authors may post drafts of their papers on the web or give talks on their research ideas. A document answering frequently asked questions should address many common concerns.

The submission itself is the object of review and so it should strive to convince the reader of at least the plausibility of reported results. Still, we encourage authors to provide any supplementary material that is required to support the claims made in the paper, such as detailed proofs, proof scripts, or experimental data. These materials should be uploaded at submission time, as a single pdf or a tarball, not via a URL. Two forms of supplementary material may be submitted.

  1. Anonymous supplementary material is available to the reviewers before they submit their first-draft reviews.
  2. Non-anonymous supplementary material is available to the reviewers after they have submitted their first-draft reviews and learnt the identity of the authors.

Use the anonymous form if possible. Reviewers are under no obligation to look at the supplementary material but may refer to it if they have questions about the material in the body of the paper.

Artifact Evaluation

Authors of accepted papers will be invited to formally submit supporting materials to the Artifact Evaluation process. Artifact Evaluation is run by a separate committee whose task is to assess how the artifacts support the work described in the papers. This submission is voluntary and will not influence the final decision regarding the papers. Papers that go through the Artifact Evaluation process successfully will receive a seal of approval printed on the papers themselves. Authors of accepted papers are encouraged to make these materials publicly available upon publication of the proceedings, by including them as “source materials” in the ACM Digital Library.

Publication

Final versions of accepted papers are allowed up to 12 pages excluding the bibliography. In addition, at most two additional pages may be purchased at $200 per page. This additional amount will be due at registration for the conference.

AUTHORS TAKE NOTE: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work. (For those rare conferences whose proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library after the conference is over, the official publication date remains the first day of the conference.)

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