[PLI 2002]
October 3-8, 2002
Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Principles, Logics, and Implementations of High-Level Programming Languages is a confederation of conferences and workshops aimed at the advancement of high-level programming languages. The first edition of PLI, held in September 1999 in Paris, brought together two popular conferences focused on functional and declarative programming languages, ICFP and PPDP, and several related satellite events. The second edition in Montreal and the third in Firenze continued this tradition. Pittsburgh hosts the fourth gathering in this series.

PLI 2002 is over! Thank you for attending.


Event Schedule

Oct 3
Thursday
Oct 4
Friday
Oct 5
Saturday
Oct 6
Sunday
Oct 7
Monday
Oct 8
Tuesday
ICFP
PPDP
GPCE (GCSE/SAIG)
Workshops
Haskell
PLAN-X
Scheme
Workshops
Rule
VCL
 
Workshops
Erlang
FDPE
 

Local Transportation

Additional information is available on a separate page.


Registration and Banquet

All registration must be done on-site at the hotel starting Thursday, October 3, morning. Please do not fax or email the registration service with late registrations anymore.

The banquet is on Sunday, October 6th at the Grand Concourse Restaurant, One Station Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. The event will start at 6:00 with hors d'oeuvres and drinks, with dinner to follow at 6:30pm.


Hotel

Please visit the separate hotel information page. Note the new section on room sharing.


Travel

Pittsburgh is traditionally served by US Airways, though of course most major airlines fly there. US Airways usually has promotional fares to various destinations, often including Pittsburgh.


Invited Speakers

Oct 40900—1000Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon UniversityTowards More Natural Functional Programming Languages
Oct 50900—1000J Strother Moore, University of Texas at AustinFunctional formal methods
Oct 61130—1230Neil Jones, University of CopenhagenProgram Generation, Termination, and Binding-Time Analysis
Oct 70900—1000Catuscia Palamidessi, Pennsylvania State UniversityMobile calculi for distributed programming
Oct 80900—1000Janos Sztipanovits, Vanderbilt UniversityGenerative Programming for Embedded Systems


Sponsors

Sponsors: ACM, SIGPLAN, SIGSOFT, Microsoft Research, Sun Microsystems, Avaya Labs, NSF


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