The -3rd Workshop on New Object-Oriented Languages (NOOL 2018)
Call for Papers
The NOOL workshop series is a platform for discussing new research, novel ideas and experimental designs in object-oriented languages and systems. Previous NOOLs (2017–2015) have included talks on a variety of topics, such as novel languages and language features, type systems, OO fundamentals, tools and environments, as well as discussions on language security.
NOOL is discussion-oriented, rather than publication-oriented, and presentations will be selected with an aim of fostering interesting discussions. Work-in-progress submissions, provocative ideas that may not be ready for formal publications, and work adapting old ideas to new purposes are welcome.
NOOL-18 brings together users and implementors of new(ish) object-oriented systems. Through presentations, discussions and demos, NOOL-18 will provide a forum for sharing experience and knowledge among experts and novices alike. We invite submissions in the following areas:
- Theory: Including object oriented programming, semantic models and methodology.
- Languages: New languages, extensions to conventional languages, and existing languages.
- Implementation: Including architectural support, compilation and interpretation.
- Tools and Environments: Including live coding, user interfaces and utilities.
- Applications: Commercial, educational, and other applications that exploit OO programming.
Interested presenters are invited to submit abstracts (1–2 page 2 column 10pt ACM SIGPLAN format) via HotCRP by 17 August 2018 (Friday), AoE time. Proposals will be lightly reviewed. NOOL-18 will not have a formal proceedings, but abstracts will be posted online before the workshop, and if there is interest, presenters may have the option of expanding on their presentation to appear in a post-conference technical report.