Call for Participation DLS 2019 - 15th Dynamic Languages Symposium, co-located with SPLASH 2019

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Stefan Marr

Sep 11, 2019, 8:55:27 AM9/11/19
Call for Participation

DLS 2019 - 15th Dynamic Languages Symposium

Co-located with SPLASH 2019, October 20, Athens, Greece
Follow us @dynlangsym

Dynamic Languages play a fundamental role in today’s world of software,
from the perspective of research and practice. Languages such as
JavaScript, R, and Python are vehicles for cutting edge research as well
as building widely used products and computational tools.

The 15th Dynamic Languages Symposium at SPLASH 2019 is happy to
announce an exciting program:


Untangling the web: Memory management in Chrome’s web platform implementation
Michael Lippautz, Google, V8/Chrome


First-class Dynamic Types
Michael Homer, Timothy Jones, James Noble

Language-independent Development Environment Support For Dynamic Runtimes
Daniel Stolpe, Tim Felgentreff, Christian Humer,
Fabio Niephaus, Robert Hirschfeld

Lazy Pointer Update for Low Heap Compaction Pause Times
Clément Béra, Eliot Miranda, Elisa Gonzalez Boix

Optimizing and Evaluating Transient Gradual Typing
Michael M. Vitousek, Jeremy G. Siek, Avik Chaudhuri

Python Programmers have GPUs too: Automatic Python Loop Parallelization with Staged Dependence Analysis
Dejice Jacob, Phil Trinder, Jeremy Singer

R Melts Brains -- An IR for First-Class Environments and Lazy Effectful Arguments
Olivier Flückiger, Guido Chari, Jan Jecmen, Ming-Ho Yee,
Jakob Hain, Jan Vitek

Reflections on the Compatibility, Performance, and Scalability of Parallel Python
Remigius Meier, Thomas Gross

Sindarin: a Versatile Scripting API for the Pharo Debugger
Thomas Dupriez, Guillermo Polito, Steven Costiou,
Vincent Aranega, Stéphane Ducasse

Standard Object Out: Streaming Objects with Polymorphic Write Streams
Marcel Weiher, Robert Hirschfeld


** Friday, 20th September 2019 (Early Deadline) **

*Note*: DLS’19 will be on Sunday instead of its usual slot

Stefan Marr
School of Computing, University of Kent

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