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From: Matthew Fluet <mtf@c...>
Subject: Workshop on ML 2010 - Call for Participation

                  The 2010 ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on ML
                   Baltimore, Maryland, United States
                       Sunday, September 26, 2010
                       co-located with ICFP 2010

                         Call for Participation

ML is a family of programming languages that includes dialects known
as Standard ML, Objective Caml, and F#. The development of these
languages has inspired a large amount of computer science research,
both practical and theoretical. This workshop aims to provide a forum
to encourage discussion and research on ML and related technology
(higher-order, typed, or strict languages).

The format of the 2010 Workshop on ML will be different than that of
recent years, returning to a more informal model: a workshop with
presentations selected from submitted abstracts but without published
proceedings. We hope that this format will encourage the presentation
of more exciting (if unpolished) research and deliver a more lively
workshop atmosphere.

Invited Speaker

Luke Hoban (Microsoft) -- Bringing F# to Visual Studio 2010


  9:00 	Invited Talk
         Visual F#: Bringing F# to Visual Studio 2010
         Luke Hoban (Microsoft Research)
10:00 	Break
10:30   Probabilistic programming using first-class stores and
         first-class continuations
         Oleg Kiselyov (FNMOC); Chung-chieh Shan (Rutgers University)
10:55 	Effective progamming in ML
         Daan Leijen (Microsoft Research); Ross Tate (University of
         California, San Diego)
11:20 	Discussion
11:30 	First-class modules and composable signatures in Objective
         Caml 3.12
         Alain Frisch (LexiFi); Jacques Garrigue (Nagoya University
         Graduate School of Mathematics)
11:55 	First-class modules: hidden power and tantalizing promises
         Jeremy Yallop (Applicative Ltd); Oleg Kiselyov (FNMOC)
12:20 	Discussion
12:30 	Lunch break
14:00 	Deriving a Typed Implementation for Coroutines in ML
         Konrad Anton (Universitat Freiburg); Peter Thiemann (Universitat
14:25 	The Design Rationale for Multi-MLton
         Suresh Jagannathan (Purdue University); Armand Navabi (Purdue
         University); KC Sivaramakrishnan (Purdue University);
         Lukasz Ziarek (Purdue University)
14:50 	Discussion
15:00 	Mirage: high-performance ML kernels in the cloud
         Anil Madhavapeddy (University of Cambridge); Thomas Gazagnaire
         (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
15:25 	Hosting a Standard ML compiler in a Web Browser: Status Report
         Martin Elsman
15:50 	Discussion
16:00 	Break
16:30 	A simple and effective method for assigning blame for type errors
         David MacQueen (University of Chicago)
16:55 	The MetaOCaml files: Status report and research proposal
         Oleg Kiselyov (FNMOC); Chung-chieh Shan (Rutgers University)
17:20 	Discussion
17:30 	Closing

Registration and Local Arrangements


Program Chair
Matthew Fluet           Rochester Institute of Technology

Program Committee
Kathleen Fisher         AT&T Labs Research
Adam Granicz            IntelliFactory
Daan Leijen             Microsoft Research
Johan Nordlander        Lulea University of Technology
Sungwoo Park            Pohang University of Science and Technology
Daniel Spoonhower       Google