NEPLS, the New England Programming Languages and Systems Symposium Series, is a regional venue to discuss current research in programming languages and systems. If you are unfamiliar with such events and would like an idea of what to expect, look at the agendas from our previous meetings (at the bottom of this page) as points of reference.
Monday, August 27, 2018Venue:
Harvard UniversityChair and Local Arrangements:
Stephen Chong (Harvard), Pablo Buiras (Harvard), Jian Xiang (Harvard), Gabriel Scherer (Northeastern), Max New (Northeastern), Jay McCarthy (UMass Lowell)
The speaker selection committee solicits talks for the next meeting. To propose yourself or someone else, send a title, list of authors, and abstract. (Optionally, you may provide other brief information that helps the speaker selection committee assess the proposal.) We particularly invite talks by researchers from other geographic areas who will be in the area on the date of the NEPLS meeting help us identify visiting talent!
Talks can vary in length, being either regular (30 or 45 minutes) or short (5-10 minutes). The shorter format can be used for the presentation of smaller results, incipient or preliminary work, progress reports on ongoing projects (such as language standards and compiler toolkits), and updates to past presentations. In general, NEPLS talks need not sound like conference presentations.
You can directly join the NEPLS mailing list. This is a low-volume list that will never have non-NEPLS mail.
If you have questions about the series or the venue, please first read our manifesto and past event schedules. To answer the most frequently asked questions: the events are free of cost, and they are open to all. A few weeks before the event, the local arrangements chair will mail the notification list to get a head-count; you don't need to notify anyone of your intent to participate before then (and if you do want to notify anyone, it should be the local arrangements chair).
If, after you have thoroughly browsed these pages, you have other
questions—or if you spot a problem—send mail to
Shriram Krishnamurthi at
We currently also have offers of interest from Brown, Google Boston, Northeastern, UMass Amherst, Wellesley, Yale, and possibly others. Let us know if you want to be added to the list.
|2003-02-28||University of Connecticut|
|2003-06-06||University of Massachusetts, Amherst|
|2004-06-04||University of Vermont|
|2006-10-06||University of Southern Maine|
|2012-06-01||University of Southern Maine|