Call for Posters and Demos

Posters are an excellent opportunity for researchers to submit novel ideas with preliminary results within the topics of the conference. Posters can also accompany a paper submission as a way to provide additional demonstration and discussion opportunities. They will be evaluated similarly to work-in-progress papers. The text should contain sufficient technical details of the work such that the committee can assess its relevance. 

Submission format: one-page poster draft accompanied by an abstract of maximum two pages (excluding references). 

Demonstrations allow authors to showcase their work in an interactive way. Demo submissions may include (but are not limited to) demonstrations of research prototypes, tool tutorials, live coding sessions, and demonstrations of (industrial or academic) applications.    Authors of demos should submit a one-page abstract describing the tool/technology they have created and why it is relevant for the conference. In an additional page, the authors should indicated the intended duration of the demo and describe what participants of the demonstration will be able to see or do with the prototype. During the demonstration authors are expected to discuss scientific and technical aspects of the prototype and should not push any commercial agenda. 

Submission format: abstract and additional information of maximum one page each (excluding references). Optionally, a link to a video/media file can be submitted to support the submission.

At submission time, authors need to mark whether they would like to have their abstract to appear in the ACM Digital Library as part of the Conference Proceedings, should it be accepted. Submissions marked to appear in the Conference Proceedings need to use the ACM SIGPLAN format as regular paper submissions. See further information at the Author Instructions here.