The goal of the IFL symposia is to bring together researchers actively engaged in the implementation and application of functional and function-based programming languages. IFL 2019 will be a venue for researchers to present and discuss new ideas and concepts, work in progress, and publication-ripe results related to the implementation and application of functional languages and function-based programming.
Topics of interest to IFL include, but are not limited to:
- language concepts - type systems, type checking, type inferencing - compilation techniques - staged compilation - run-time function specialization - run-time code generation - partial evaluation - (abstract) interpretation - metaprogramming - generic programming - automatic program generation - array processing - concurrent/parallel programming - concurrent/parallel program execution - embedded systems - web applications - (embedded) domain specific languages - security - novel memory management techniques - run-time profiling performance measurements - debugging and tracing - virtual/abstract machine architectures - validation, verification of functional programs - tools and programming techniques - (industrial) applications
### Keynote Speaker
* Olivier Danvy, Yale-NUS College
### Submissions and peer-review
Differently from previous editions of IFL, IFL 2019 solicits two kinds of submissions:
* Regular papers (12 pages including references) * Draft papers for presentations ('weak' limit between 8 and 15 pages)
Regular papers will undergo a rigorous review by the program committee, and will be evaluated according to their correctness, novelty, originality, relevance, significance, and clarity. A set of regular papers will be conditionally accepted for publication. Authors of conditionally accepted papers will be provided with committee reviews along with a set of mandatory revisions. Regular papers not accepted for publication will be considered as draft papers, at the request of the author.
Draft papers will be screened to make sure that they are within the scope of IFL, and will be accepted for presentation or rejected accordingly.
Prior to the symposium: Authors of conditionally accepted papers and accepted presentations will submit a pre-proceedings version of their work that will appear in the draft proceedings distributed at the symposium. The draft proceedings does not constitute a formal publication.
We require that at least one of the authors present the work at IFL 2019.
After the symposium:
Authors of conditionally accepted papers will submit a revised versions of their paper for the formal post-proceedings. The program committee will assess whether the mandatory revisions have been adequately addressed by the authors and thereby determines the final accept/reject status of the paper. Our interest is to ultimately accept all conditionally accepted papers. If you are an author of a conditionally accepted paper, please make sure that you address all the concerns of the reviewers.
Authors of accepted presentations will be given the opportunity to incorporate the feedback from discussions at the symposium and will be invited to submit a revised full article for the formal post-proceedings. The program committee will evaluate these submissions according to their correctness, novelty, originality, relevance, significance, and clarity, and will thereby determine whether the paper is accepted or rejected.
The formal proceedings will appear in the International Conference Proceedings Series of the ACM Digital Library.
At no time may work submitted to IFL be simultaneously submitted to other venues; submissions must adhere to ACM SIGPLAN's republication policy:
Submission of regular papers: May 31, 2019 Submission of draft papers: July 15, 2019 Regular and draft papers notification: August 1, 2019 Deadline for early registration: August 15, 2019 Submission of pre-proceedings version: September 15, 2019 IFL Symposium: September 25-27, 2019 Submission of papers for post-proceedings: November 30, 2019 Notification of acceptance: January 31, 2020 Camera-ready version: February 29, 2020
### Submission details
All contributions must be written in English. Papers must use the ACM two columns conference format, which can be found at:
The Peter Landin Prize is awarded to the best paper presented at the symposium every year. The honored article is selected by the program committee based on the submissions received for the formal review process. The prize carries a cash award equivalent to 150 Euros.
### Organization and Program committee
Chairs: Jurrien Stutterheim (Standard Chartered Bank Singapore), Wei Ngan Chin (National University of Singapore)
- Olaf Chitil, University of Kent - Clemens Grelck, University of Amsterdam - Daisuke Kimura, Toho University - Pieter Koopman, Radboud University - Tamas Kozsik, Eotvos Lorand University - Roman Leschinskiy, Facebook - Ben Lippmeier, The University of New South Wales - Marco T. Morazan, Seton Hall University - Sven-Bodo Scholz, Heriot-Watt University - Tom Schrijvers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Alejandro Serrano, Utrecht University - Tony Sloane, Macquarie University - Simon Thompson, University of Kent - Marcos Viera, Universidad de la Republica - Wei Ngan Chin, NUS - Jurrien Stutterheim, Standard Chartered Bank
The 31st IFL is organized by the National University of Singapore. Singapore is located in the heart of South-East Asia, and the city itself is extremely well connected by trains and taxis. See the website for more information on the venue.
This call-for-papers is an adaptation and evolution of content from previous instances of IFL. We are grateful to prior organizers for their work, which is reused here.
A part of IFL 2019 format and CFP language that describes conditionally accepted papers has been adapted from call-for-papers of OOPSLA conferences.