Date(s) - 11/10/2017
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Informatics Forum
The SICSA Theory, Modelling and Computation Research Theme is please to be sponsoring the Scottish Programming Languages Seminar (SPLS) , an informal meeting for discussion of any aspect of programming languages. SPLS will take place on Wednesday 11 October at the University of Edinburgh
Information and updates about the October edition of SPLS will be sent via the SPLS Mailing List.
Confirmed speakers are:
- Yasir Alguwaifli (University of St Andrews) — Measuring Energy Usage for Parallel Haskell Programs
- James Chapman (University of Strathclyde) — Delayed NBE
- Stuart Gale (University of Strathclyde) — Normalization or Bust
- Jan de Muijnck-Hughes (University of Glasgow) — Designing Hardware using Session Types and Dependent Types: A First Look
- Alastair Murray (Codeplay) — Layering Abstractions: Heterogeneous Programming and Performance Portability
- Shayan Najd (University of Edinburgh) — Embedding by Normalisation
- Chris Schwaab (University of St Andrews) — First class Time and Energy for Multicore Systems
- Thomas Weber (Augsburg University / LMU Munich / TU Munich / University of Edinburgh) — Building useful UIs using Uselet
The full programme can be accessed on the SPLS web-site.
If you plan on attending, please register here so we have an idea of numbers for catering. There will be a vegetarian option available, but please let us know if you have any other dietary requirements.