‹Programming› 2024
Mon 11 - Fri 15 March 2024 Lund, Sweden

Step into a world where lines of code dance with strokes of creativity!

At this year’s edition of the Programming conference, we are opening an Arts track to engage with the idea that art can inform computational practices and their presence in the world. With this track we invite participants of the conference to join a series of presentations and meet with the artists. We hope the Arts track will inspire the programming community to propose artistic projects for future editions.

Events include:

For the full program click on the Events tab or search the program by using the ‘ Arts’ filter.

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Mon 11 Mar

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Tue 12 Mar

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10:00 - 12:00
PAI Keynote and PresentationsProgramming with AI at M:Teknodromen
Dear developers, what do you mean by photography?PAI Keynote
Programming with AI
K: Nicolas Malevé Aarhus University
Magic Markup: Maintaining Document-External Markup with an LLM
Programming with AI
Edward Misback University of Washington, USA, Zachary Tatlock University of Washington, Steven Tanimoto University of Washington, Seattle
Ironies of Programming Automation: Exploring the Experience of Code Synthesis Via Large Language Models
Programming with AI
Alan McCabe Lund University, Moa Björkman , Joel Engström , Peng Kuang Lund University, Sweden & WASP, Emma Söderberg Lund University, Luke Church University of Cambridge | Lund University | Lark Systems
13:15 - 15:00
Presentations and PanelProgramming with AI at M:Teknodromen
Faster Feedback with AI? -- A Test Prioritization Study
Programming with AI
Toni Mattis University of Potsdam; Hasso Plattner Institute, Lukas Böhme Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, Eva Krebs Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI), University of Potsdam, Germany, Martin C. Rinard Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Robert Hirschfeld University of Potsdam; Hasso Plattner Institute
Extrapolating a programmer career - from Vim to LLM and beyond
Programming with AI
Industry Panel
Programming with AI
Markus Borg CodeScene, Gustaf Lundh Axis Communications, Mikael Lindberg Saab Kockums
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika

16:30 - 18:30
PAI/ArtsArts at M:Teknodromen
Practical Arts Programming Workshop
Luke Church University of Cambridge | Lund University | Lark Systems
19:30 - 20:30
Arts KeynoteArts at M:Teknodromen
KhipuKoding by Paola Torres Nunez del PradoArts KeynotePerformance
Paola Torres Núñez del Prado Stockholm University of the Arts

Wed 13 Mar

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17:15 - 18:15
Session IIIArts at M:Teknodromen
Chair(s): Joana Chicau University of the Arts London, Luke Church University of Cambridge | Lund University | Lark Systems

Presentations of artworks by:

  • Freyja van den Boom: a speculative design and arts-based research provokes more inclusive discussions about the present and futures impact of AI in societies to help us develop societies we want;
  • Ulysses Popple a live coding demo of 3D visualizations (three.js) using the browser-based visual programming language Nodysseus;
  • Joana Chicau display of ‘The Stage is (a)Live’ a web-based audio visual installation that stages the interactions between algorithmic dancers in collaboration with computer programmer and musician Renick Bell;
  • Luke Church: a live-coded exploration into the texture of visual emergence at the boundary where the trees become the wood, the grains become the heap, build in a new research project, Candela ;

There will be a time slot available for lightning talks, feel free to show up and plug-in!

Open Call Arts Track

The ‹Programming› Conference 2024 will host an evening open for the presentation of artworks or artistic research projects developed by the community.

These will take approx. 15min (incl. Q&A) and may consist of short talks, demos, provocations for the audience to respond to or other participatory approaches.

Accepting Proposals! (deadline extended: 23rd February 2024)

Apply on this submission link.