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Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

OOPSLA Posters provide an excellent forum for authors to present their work in an informal and interactive setting. Posters are ideal to showcase speculative, late-breaking results or to introduce interesting, innovative work. Posters sessions are highly interactive. They allow authors and interested participants to connect to each other and to engage in discussions about the work presented. Posters provide authors with a unique opportunity to draw attention to their work during the conference. Therefore, authors in other OOPSLA technical tracks are strongly encouraged to complement their submission with a poster about their work.

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Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

As one of few conferences to bring together active and enthusiastic participation from the academic, commercial, and government domains, OOPSLA represents a unique opportunity to show the innovations and advancements embodied in your work. As a key view into the status of a dynamic field, the OOPSLA demonstrations track highlights both individual and collective advancements from one year to the next. Academic research, commercial tools, and government initiatives striving to progress the software landscape are all welcome to the chance to influence our industry's influencers.

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Student Research Competition

Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

After its remarkable success in previous years, OOPSLA is again hosting an ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition. The competition, sponsored by Microsoft Research, is an internationally-recognised venue that enables undergraduate and graduate students to experience the research world, share their research results with other students and OOPSLA attendees, and compete for prizes. The ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition shares the Poster session's goal to facilitate students' interaction with researchers and industry practitioners; providing both sides with the opportunity to learn of ongoing, current research. Additionally, the Student Research Competition affords students with experience with both formal presentations and evaluations.

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Lightning Talks

Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

A lightning talk is a ten-minute presentation on any topic of interest to the OOPSLA community. If you are a software developer working on an exciting project and you don't have the time to submit a full proposal for an entire session, Lightning Talks are a great way to gain exposure with the OOPSLA community and receive feedback on your ideas.

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Student Volunteers

Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

The Student Volunteer program is an opportunity for students from around the world to associate with the top people in programming languages, object-oriented technology, research, and software development. Students volunteer a few hours of their time performing tasks that help the conference run smoothly. These tasks include assisting with registration, providing information about the conference to attendees, and monitoring tutorials. In exchange for volunteering, students receive a complimentary full conference registration, free admission to tutorials on a space-available basis, and many other benefits.

We strongly encourage students to become involved with the OOPSLA 2009 Student Volunteer Program.

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Onward! Films

Call for Papers - Due July 2, 2009

Onward! (an OOPSLA conference) is now on its own.  It is more radical, more visionary and more open than other conferences to not so well proven but well argued ideas. It welcomes different ways of thinking about, approaching, and reporting on programming language and software engineering research.

The goal of the Onward! Film track is to explore new developments in how film and other narrative multimedia technologies can be used to enrich the software development process.

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