||14th International Conference on
Compiler Construction (CC)
a member conference of ETAPS 2005
April 4-8, 2005
- CC will be held April 4-5, Monday and Tuesday
- CC technical program, includes other ETAPS 2005 events
- Related activities:
submissions on construction of compilers
and other programming tools.
NOTE: CC is undergoing an expansion. Traditionally, CC has focused on compiler construction; CC now seeks to become a conference for research on a broader spectrum of programming tools, from refactoring editors to checkers to compilers to virtual machines to debuggers.
Topics of interest include, but
are not limited to:
- compilation and interpretation techniques, incl. program representation and analysis, code generation and code optimization
- run-time techniques, incl. memory management and dynamic and just-in-time compilation
- compilation techniques for embedded, mobile or low power code
- compilers for parallel and distributed computing
- compilation techniques for security and safety
- design of novel language constructs and their implementation
- implementation of domain specific languages
- software tools, incl. debuggers, profilers, code verifiers, decompilers,
and silicon compilers
The proceedings will be published in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes
in Computer Science series.
- Abstracts, for both research and tool
demonstration papers: October 8, 2004
- Full submissions, of both research and tool demonstration papers: October 15, 2004, 23:59PDT (GMT-08:00). The submission deadlines are STRICT.
- Notification of acceptance: December 10, 2004
- Camera-ready version due: January 20, 2005
Andreas Zeller, Universität des Saarlandes
Papers should be submitted using the CC 2005 Conference Service.
As with other ETAPS conferences, CC accepts two types of contributions: research papers and tool demonstration papers. Both types of contributions will appear in the proceedings and have oral presentations during the conference. Both are evaluated by the CC Program Committee.
Research papers cover one or more of the topics above, including tool development and case studies from a perspective of scientific research. Submitted research papers must:
- be in English and have a maximum of 7000 words (excluding figures and bibliography),
- present original research which is unpublished and not submitted elsewhere (conferences or journals),
- use the Springer-Verlag LNCS style
Tool demonstration papers
Tool demonstration papers present tools based on aforementioned technologies (e.g., compilers, source-to-source translators, translation verifiers, virtual machines, interpreters, static or dynamic debuggers and error checkers, refactorers, or tools for program understanding, specification mining) or fall into the general areas of programming tools: compiling, translation, debugging, software design, program understanding. Submitted tool demonstration papers must:
- be in English and have a maximum of 4 pages,
- have an appendix (not included in the 4 page count) that provides a detailed description of:
The appendix will not be included in the proceedings, but during the evaluation of the tool demonstration papers it will be equally important as the pages for the proceedings
- how the oral presentation will be conducted, e.g. illustrated by a number of snapshots,
- the availability of the tool, the number and types of users, other information which may illustrate the maturity and robustness of the tool,
- link to a web-page for the tool (if this exists).
- use the Springer-Verlag LNCS style
Submissions must be submitted electronically in Postscript or PDF form via the CC 2005 Conference Service (abstract no later than October 8 and full paper no later than October 15). Submissions deviating from these instructions may be rejected without review. Any questions regarding this policy should be directed to the Program Chair Ras Bodik.
Rastislav Bodik, UC Berkeley, USA (chair)
Charles Consel, LABRI, France
Grzegorz Czajkowski, Sun Labs, USA
Angela Demke-Brown, University of Toronto, Canada
Amy Felty, University of Ottawa, Canada
Antonio Gonzalez, UPC, Spain
Thomas Gross, ETH, Switzerland
Jan Heering, CWI, Netherlands
Roberto Ierusalimschy, PUC-Rio, Brasil
Chandra Krintz, UC Santa Barbara, USA
Rustan Leino, Microsoft Research, USA
Eduard Mehofer, University of Vienna, Austria
Michael Philippsen, Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
G. Ramalingam, IBM Research, USA
Michael I. Schwartzbach, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Andreas Zeller, Saarland University, Germany