The program for OPLSS 2016 has been announced, and we are open for registration!
This year’s instance is being organized by Zena Ariola, Dan Licata, and me, with renewed emphasis this year on programming languages semantics and verification.
Oregon Programming Languages Summer School
June 20-July 2, 2016
There are still spaces available at the 15th Annual Oregon Programming
Languages Summer School (OPLSS).
Please encourage your PhD students, masters students, advanced
undergraduates, colleagues, and selves to attend!
This year’s program is titled Types, Logic, Semantics, and Verification and features the following courses:
* Programming Languages Background — Robert Harper, Carnegie Mellon University and Dan Licata, Wesleyan University
* Category Theory Background — Ed Morehouse, Carnegie Mellon University
* Logical Relations — Patricia Johann, Appalachian State University
* Network Programming — Nate Foster, Cornell University
* Automated Complexity Analysis — Jan Hoffman, Carnegie Mellon University
* Separation Logic and Concurrency — Aleks Nanevski, IMDEA
* Principles of Type Refinement — Noam Zeilberger, INRIA
* Logical relations/Compiler verification — Amal Ahmed, Northeastern University
Full information on the courses and registration and scholarships is
available at https://www.cs.uoregon.edu/research/summerschool/.
For more information, please email email@example.com.