[ecoop-info] LAST Call for ACM SIGPLAN STUDEN FORUM AND POSTER EVENT at "AOSD 2011: Perspectives on Modularity"

Mónica Pinto pinto at lcc.uma.es
Thu Jan 20 16:44:40 CET 2011

          AOSD 2011: Perspectives on Modularity
 10th International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development
   March 21st - 25th, 2011, Porto de Galinhas, Pernambuco, Brazil
               Supported by ACM SIGSOFT & SIGPLAN 

***** Last Call for Contributions

Join us in Brazil where we rally the student troops to foster a new
generation of globally connected AOSD researchers. 
As with previous editions of the AOSD student events, the AOSD.11 Student
Rally consists of several events designed to engage and connect students
both with other students and with domain experts including the Student Forum
and the Poster Event.

The Student Forum will take place on the Sunday preceding the conference to
allow students to meet other students before the main conference begins. As
in previous years, the Student Forum will be an interactive format that
allows students to interact brainstorm innovative ways that AOSD research
interests intersect. Students will also have the opportunity to hear from
and ask questions of domain experts both in a panel and small group

The Poster Event is always one of the most exciting and well attended social
events of the conference. This event, held during the reception to maximize
visibility, allows students to present their research to conference
attendees while mingling in a social setting. Students that participate in
both the Student Rally and the Poster Event have the added advantage of
already knowing other participants. Do NOT miss out on this opportunity to
take your research to the next level, clarify problem statements, vet
solutions, identify evaluation methods or just prepare for your


Email your submission to the Student Event Co-chairs (Celina Gibbs and
Michael Haupt) [students en aosd.net]. 

Submissions should contain the following information: 

Title of your work 
Areas of interest 
Your research hypothesis (max 200 words) 
(Note that for beginning researchers it can be difficult to formulate the
research hypothesis. In this case, try at least to formulate the problem you
are going to address. For students nearing the deadline of their thesis this
should be a very precise and concrete statement.) 

** For More Information **

For additional information, clarifications, or answers to questions, please
contact the Student Event Co-chairs (Celina Gibbs and Michael Haupt)
[students en aosd.net]. 

** Student Events Committee **

Michael Haupt, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, University of Potsdam, Germany
Celina Gibbs, University of Victoria, Canada

** Submission Summary **

Due date:          February 28, 2011
Notification date: March 7, 2011

Contact: Michael Haupt and Celina Gibbs [students en aosd.net]

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