Welcome to SPLASH 2015!
The ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH) is the premier conference at the intersection of programming, languages, and software engineering. Embracing all aspects of software construction and delivery, this year SPLASH includes OOPSLA, Onward!, DLS, GPCE, SLE, PLoP, and DBPL. SPLASH 2015 will take place October 25-30, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
The conference is now over see you in Amsterdam, Netherlands for SPLASH 2016!
A representative sample of presentations from SPLASH.
OOPSLA Distinguished Papers Award
- Valor: Efficient, Software-Only Region Conflict Exceptions. Swarnendu Biswas, Minjia Zhang, Michael Bond, and Brandon Lucia
- Accurate Profiling in the Presence of Dynamic Compilation Yudi Zheng, Lubomir Bulej, and Walter Binder
OOPSLA Distinguished Artifact Award
- Automating Ad-hoc Data Representation Transformations. Vlad Ureche, Aggelos Biboudis, Yannis Smaragdakis, Martin Odersky
- Valor: Efficient, Software-Only Region Conflict Exceptions. Swarnendu Biswas, Minjia Zhang, Michael D. Bond, Brandon Lucia
OOPSLA Most Influential Paper Award
- X10: an object-oriented approach to non-uniform cluster computing (DOI). Philippe Charles, Christopher Donawa, Kemal Ebcioglu, Christian Grothoff, Allan Kielstra, Christoph von Praun, Vijay Saraswat, Vivek Sarkar. OOPSLA 2005.
Onward! Most Notable Paper Award
John Vlissides Award - Doctoral Symposium
- Trace Oblivious Program Execution: A Programming Language Approach to Security. Chang Liu, University of Maryland
SPLASH Distinguished Demo Award
- GTInspector: A Moldable Domain-Aware Object Inspector. Andrei Chiş, Tudor Gîrba, Oscar Nierstrasz, Aliaksei Syrel
Student Research Competition Awards
- First place: Swarnendu Biswas - Viser: Providing Serializability in Hardware With Simplified Cache Coherence
- Second place: Ragnar Mogk - Concurrency Control for Multithreaded Reactive Programming
- Third place: Alisa Maas - Automatic Array Property Detection Via Static Analysis
- Honorable mention: Minjia Zhang - SIRe: An Efficient Snapshot Isolation-based Memory Model for Detecting and Tolerating Region Conflicts
- First place: Andrew Kofink - Contributions of the Under-Appreciated: Gender Bias in an Open-Source Ecology