MSPLS Fall 1996 Workshop - Call for Participation

You are cordially invited to the Midwest Society for Programming Languages Fall 1996 Workshop, to be held on Saturday, October 5, 1996, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Workshop will be take place in the Computer Science Building located at 1210 West Dayton Street in downtown Madison.

The aim of the MSPLS Workshops is to allow an informal exchange of ideas in all areas of programming languages and systems among researchers and practitioners from Midwestern universities and companies. Contributions span the range from presentations on preliminary research results to introductory lectures on ongoing research efforts. MSPLS meetings are an excellent opportunity for PhD students to make preliminary presentations of their work and for active researchers to give introductory lectures on their ongoing research efforts.

We encourage all interested to join us for the fun and informative event and to give presentations. To sign up to give a presentation, send e-mail to Michael Siff (siff@cs.wisc.edu) or sign up on the Web. Talks will be selected on a first-come-first-serve basis, so sign up soon. We encourage participation from students and faculty, academia and industry alike.



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