The purpose of the workshop is to report experience with the Scheme family of programming languages, to foster collaboration among the members of the community, and to present research related to Scheme and functional programming.
To remind you of your heady time at the Scheme Workshop 2009, a t-shirt is now available from cafepress.com.
It appears to me (having now purchased one of them) that I (John Clements) don't actually earn any money from the sale of these t-shirts. Ah well.
Final Program, Schedule, and Proceedings
- John Clements (Cal Poly State University (organizer & chair))
- Dominique Boucher (Nu Echo)
- Abdulaziz Ghuloum (Indiana University)
- David Herman (Northeastern University)
- Shriram Krishnamurthi (Brown University)
- Matthew Might (University of Utah)
- David Van Horn (Northeastern University)
- William D. Clinger (Northeastern University)
- Marc Feeley (University of Montréal)
- Robby Findler (University of Chicago)
- Dan Friedman (Indiana University)
- Christian Queinnec (University Paris 6)
- Manuel Serrano (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
- Olin Shivers (Northeastern University)
- Mitchell Wand (Northeastern University)
Past WorkshopsPast workshops have been held in Victoria (2008), Freiburg (2007), Portland (2006), Tallinn (2005), Snowbird (2004), Boston (2003), Pittsburgh (2002), Florence (2001), and Montréal (2000). For information concerning past workshops, please see the main workshop site.
To Attend (archived)
- Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009
- Location: Northeastern University, Curry Student Center Ballroom
- Fee: $40, payable online by request
- Registration Deadline: August 11, 2009
To register, send e-mail to email@example.com containing your name and any dietary preferences.
Important Dates (archived)
|Submission Deadine||June 5, 2009 (FIRM)|
|Author Notification||June 26, 2009|
|Final Papers Due||July 24, 2009|
|Register by||August 11, 2009|
|Workshop||August 22, 2009|
|Symposium in honor of Mitchell Wand||August 23-24, 2009|
The fine folks at Northeastern have arranged a limited number of rooms at discount prices in the Boston area. Some of these rates expire earlier than others, so make your reservations promptly.
Le Méridien Hotel
Click here for the group rate ($109, expires *July 27*)
Le Méridien Hotel in Cambridge is close to the Central Square station on the red line. The group rate is $109 per night; the usual taxes will apply. To make reservations, follow this link for the group rate or call the hotel reservation line at +1 617 551 0134. Make sure to request the Northeastern University group rate.
The Colonnade Hotel is within walking distance of Northeastern University. The group rate is $179 per night; the usual taxes will apply. To make reservations, follow this link for the group rate or call the hotel reservation line at 800-962-3030 or +1 617 424 7000. Make sure to request the Northeastern University group rate.
Park Plaza Hotel
Click here for the group rate ($149, expires *August 8*)The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is close to the Arlington station on the green line. The group rate is $149 per night; the usual taxes will apply. To make reservations, follow this link for the group rate or call the hotel reservation line at +1 617 426 2000. Make sure to request the Northeastern University group rate.
Paper Formatting and Submission (archived)
Your submissions should be no longer than 12 pages, including bibliography and appendices. Papers may be shorter than this limit, and the Program Committee encourages authors to submit shorter papers where appropriate.
Prepare your papers in standard ACM format: two columns, nine point font on ten point baseline, page 20pc (3.33in) wide and 54pc (9in) tall with a column gutter of 2pc (0.33in), suitable for printing on US Letter sized paper. We recommend (but do not require) that citations be put into author-date form.
Submit your papers using our submission page.
Publication Policy (archived)
Submitted papers must have content that has not previously been published in other conferences or refereed venues, and simultaneous submission to other conferences or refereed venues is unacceptable.
Publication of a paper at this workshop is not intended to replace conference or journal publication, and does not preclude re-publication of a more complete or finished version of the paper at some later conference or in a journal.