POPL 2017
Sun 15 - Sat 21 January 2017

TTT : Type Theory Based Tools

[We have funding possibilities for students and young researchers, see below. Note the early deadline.]

Overview

The aim of this workshop is to showcase modern tools based on type theory, whether designed for programming or for verification, whether academic projects or used in an industrial setting. It will provide a forum to highlight and discuss their common and their distinctive features, and the future directions of development of the tools. The program will consist of invited and contributed talks, and will encourage informal discussion. Abstracts will be displayed on the website of the workshop but there will be no proceedings. We solicit abstract submissions proposing demos, case studies, describing the impact of a theoretical result on practice, or any other aspect of the development and use of tools based on type theory. In particular, we welcome submissions about prototype implementations and promising work in progress, as soon as they have the potential of raising interesting discussions.

This workshop is funded by the EUTypes COST project. The program will include a plenary discussion on the role of the EUTypes project in the community and planning of activities for 2017.

Invited Speakers

  • Robbert Krebbers, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  • Aaron Tomb, Galois, US
  • Anders Mörtberg, Inria, France

Registration

Registration information will be soon available at the main POPL 2017 website: http://conf.researchr.org/home/POPL-2017

Participant funding

The EUTypes COST project can fund students and young researchers from countries participating in the project to attend the workshop – check this page to see if your country is listed. The application should include the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your institution
  • The name of your supervisor(s)
  • The url of your webpage if you have one
  • Your research topics or interests in 1 paragraph

and should be sent to ttt2017@easychair.org as soon as possible and no later than November 20th.

Contact

For any query about this workshop, please contact us at ttt2017@easychair.org

Accepted Papers

Title
A Case Study in Programming Coinductive Proofs in Beluga: Howe's Method
TTT
COST EUTypes session
TTT

Coq's Prolog and application to defining semi-automatic tactics
TTT
File Attached
Equations: a tool for dependent pattern-matching
TTT
File Attached
Equivalence of System F and λ2 in Abella
TTT
Introducing MetaCoq: A Safe Tactic Language for Coq
TTT
Invited Talk -- Cubical Type Theory: a constructive interpretation of the univalence axiom
TTT
Invited Talk -- Iris: a framework for higher-order concurrent separation logic in Coq
TTT
Invited Talk -- Type Theory in the Software Analysis Workbench
TTT
Modelling Program Behaviour within Software Verification Tool LAV
TTT
Needle & Knot: A Framework for Meta-Theoretical Specifications with Binding
TTT
Welcome
TTT

agdARGS - Declarative Hierarchical Command Line Interfaces
TTT

Call for Abstracts

Submissions for talks and demonstrations should be described in an extended abstract, between 1 and 2 pages in length. We suggest formatting the text using the two-column SIGPLAN LaTex style (9pt font).

Submission page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ttt2017

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: November 30th (AoE)
  • Notification: December 15th
  • Workshop: January 15th

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Sun 15 Jan

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16:00 - 18:00
Second Afternoon SessionTTT at Salle 105, Barre 44-54
Chair(s): Hugo Herbelin
16:00
50m
Talk
Invited Talk -- Iris: a framework for higher-order concurrent separation logic in Coq
TTT
Robbert Krebbers Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
16:50
20m
Talk
Introducing MetaCoq: A Safe Tactic Language for Coq
TTT
Beta Ziliani FAMAF, UNC (Argentina) / CONICET (Argentina)
17:10
50m
Other
COST EUTypes session
TTT