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

Posters are an integral part of ‹Programming›. The Poster Session aims at showcasing very recent or ongoing work, clarifying problem statements, vetting solutions, or identifying evaluation methods in an interactive way. It will offer an excellent opportunity for authors to receive feedback from the ‹Programming› community and encourage one-to-one and small group discussions on a technical topic.

Dates
Plenary

This program is tentative and subject to change.

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Tue 12 Mar

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09:30 - 10:00
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
09:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika
Catering

09:30 - 10:00

Wed 13 Mar

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10:15 - 10:45
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
10:15
30m
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika
Catering

10:15 - 10:45
12:15 - 13:15
12:15
60m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:45 - 15:15
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
14:45
30m
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika
Catering

14:45 - 15:15

Thu 14 Mar

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10:00 - 10:30
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
10:00
30m
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika
Catering

10:00 - 10:30
12:00 - 13:00
12:00
60m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:30 - 15:00
Coffee & FikaCatering at M-building Lobby
14:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee & Fika
Catering

14:30 - 15:00

Call for Posters and Demos

Posters are an excellent opportunity for authors to receive feedback from the ‹Programming› community and encourage one-to-one and small group discussions on a technical topic. The Poster Sessions aim at showcasing very recent or ongoing work, clarifying problem statements, vetting solutions, or identifying evaluation methods in an interactive way. Students are especially encouraged to submit their ongoing work and to introduce it to peer researchers.

Demonstrations facilitate exchange and provide a platform for authors to showcase their work in live sessions. Demo submissions may include, but are not limited to:

  • demonstrations of research prototypes and proofs of concept,
  • tool tutorials,
  • demonstrations of commercial or in-house applications,
  • live coding sessions,
  • and performances.

We especially encourage authors of accepted papers of co-located workshops and the main conference to also submit a demo proposal. We hope that this will give them the opportunity to show their work in action, and increase the visibility of their results.

Submission Guidelines

Posters and demos will be evaluated based on their contribution and relevance to ‹Programming›. Submissions must be in PDF-format and include:

  • the submission title,
  • the names and affiliations of the authors,
  • the type of submission (poster or demo).

Demo Submissions

Demo submissions must further include:

  • a description of the demo, including a statement on the intended audience (150-300 words),
  • the intended duration of the demo.

Demos are planned to take place simultaneously with the poster sessions. For accepted demos, the demo title, description, and presenters will be listed on the website. They will not be published in the ACM DL.

Optionally, a link to a (short) video or screenshots can be submitted to support the proposal.

On site, we intend to provide a basic demonstration set-up for everyone showing a demo. This includes a suitably sized table, screen, electrical power, and a generally available wireless network connection. The availability of these resources is based on the number of demo submissions, and finalization of the overall ‹Programming› schedule. Any requirements for the demonstrations, be it screens, floor space, wired network connections, etc, must be communicated at submission time, and the Demos Chairs will advise the submitters if it is possible to fulfill those requirements.

It is possible to submit both a demo and a poster. In this case, your poster will be placed next to the screen provided to you for the demo.

Poster Submissions

Posters can be submitted in two ways:

  1. a 1-page draft of the poster accompanied by a 1-2-page extended abstract (excluding references) which contains a description of the motivation, the addressed problem, the proposed solution, and the results so far.
  2. a sole 1-page draft of the poster in case you already have an accepted paper at ‹Programming› 2024 to illustrate the ideas in that paper.

The accepted 1-2-page extended abstracts will appear in the ACM Digital Library (ACM DL) as part of the ‹Programming› 2024 Conference Companion. They should conform to the ACM SIGPLAN conference template, using the acmart class with the sigconf option.

Organization

At least one of the authors is expected to register for the conference, and present the demo or poster at the conference venue.

If you have any questions, please contact the poster and demos chairs.