[ecoop-info] GTTSE/SLE Call for Workshop Proposals

Jurgen Vinju Jurgen.Vinju at cwi.nl
Wed Nov 24 15:10:51 CET 2010

Call for Workshop Proposals

*4th International Summer School on Generative and Transformational
Techniques in SE (GTTSE 2011)*

*4th International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE 2011)*

*2–10 July 2011 (tentative)*

*Braga, Portugal*

In the 2011 editions of GTTSE and SLE, these two different forms of
scientific venues on software language engineering and software
transformation will team up to create a synergy which promises to attract a
considerable number of both senior scientists and PhD students for an
intensive exchange in the special environment of Hotel Falperra in the
scenic outskirts of Braga. A *small number of workshops* will be hosted
before GTTSE/SLE in the same venue. Workshop rooms are available at the
conference site, and all local arrangements will be facilitated by the
GTTSE/SLE organization.

Proposals for half-day to full-day workshops are cordially invited. *The
workshops should clearly relate to the broader mission of GTTSE/SLE, or they
should focus on general aspects of research* (e.g., Research 2.0). The
proposals should be sent by 21 December 2010, to sle2011 at di.uminho.pt and
should include the following information:

   - Name of the workshop
   - Intended aims and scope
   - Form of proceedings (online?)
   - Expected number of participants (min/avg/max)
   - Contact person with full contact information

If you have any questions, please contact any member of the selection
committee (see below).
Important Dates

   - Submission deadline for proposals: 21 December 2010
   - Notification: 10 January, 2011
   - Workshop days: 2-3 July, 2011 (tentative)

Workshop Selection Chair

   - Jurgen Vinju (CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
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