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ECOOP 2001 is organized by the Department of General Computer Science of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, (ELTE) under the auspices of AITO ( Association Internationale Pour Les Technologies Objects). The conference, tutorials and workshops will be held in Budapest in the new university campus of Eötvös Loránd University.
We follow the traditions of ECOOP, so 21 tutorials and 22 workshops are planned for the first two days; 18 technical presentations, panel discussions, poster presentations and 3 invited talks will take place on the last three days of the conference. Simultaneously there will also be an exhibitor's programme allowing object-oriented products and techniques to be displayed and demonstrated.
Suggested topics related to the object oriented paradigm include, but are not limited to:
Traditionally, ECOOP 2001 hosts a two day tutorial programme. Proposals for high-quality tutorials in all areas of object-orientation from academic research to industrial applications are solicited. Tutorial levels may be introductory, intermediate, and advanced. Novel topics and topics of broad interest are preferred
As in previous years, ECOOP 2001 will host a number of workshops addressing different areas of objet-oriented technology. Workshops serve as a forum for exchanging late breaking ideas and theories in an evolutionary stage. They typically focus on either in depth analysis or broad-ranging approaches to areas related to object- oriented technology.
Panel sessions addressing important and timely topics in objet-orientation will be included in the main conference. They should present interesting and divergent views with solid practical and/or theoretical backing. A good panel session can be the highlight of the official programme for many attendees.
Live demonstrations of all kinds of object-oriented software will be presented at the conference. Technical members of the implementation teams are expected to give the demonstrations. Proposals are solicited for both commercial and in-house systems, as well as academic and corporate research. Demonstration will be selected on the basis of technical merit, novelty and relevance to object-oriented technology. Product marketing and sales presentations are inappropriate for this forum.
Posters provide an easy and informal means for presenting ongoing research to the ECOOP audience. This may be especially useful for new ideas that have not yet been developed to the point of a regular paper. PhD students are particularly encouraged to submit a proposal describing their work. Time will be arranged during the conference for poster authors to discuss their work directly with interested participants. At ECOOP there has traditionally been an exhibition of products and services related to object-orientation. The exhibition will be set up next to the main conference area, where participants have the opportunity to visit the stands, even during short breaks.
At ECOOP there has traditionally been an exhibition of products and services related to object-orientation. The exhibition will be set up next to the main conference area, where participants have the opportunity to visit the stands, even during short breaks
In Budapest, from Wednesday to Friday, the main conference, the exhibition, and the demos and posters sessions will take place in the new University Campus of Eötvös Loránd University. The campus is located in the city centre, at the river bank of Danube.
You are kindly requested to wear your name badge at all times, as admittance to the sessions and the evening programme is not allowed without your badge. The conference assistants will be wearing specific badges for easy recognition.
Electronic mail facilities and Internet connection will be offered to ECOOP 2001 participants in the Campus of Eötvös Loránd University for the whole duration of the conference.