Desde:  6-9-1999
Hasta:   7-9-1999
Lugar:   Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 6-7, 1999

The Third Argentine Symposium on Object Orientation (ASOO'99) will be
held in Buenos Aires, on September 6-7. The symposium aims to provide a
forum for researchers, developers and practitioners to discuss and
exchange ideas and experiences concerning research and development work
using object-oriented and component technology. ASOO'99 seeks original
works in the wide spectrum of application of object-oriented technology,

from academic research to industrial and business applications with
significant impact and lessons learned from application development. The

symposium will feature invited talks, paper and poster sessions, and
panels presenting both mature work and new ideas in research and

Submissions can be full papers addressing any topic on object
orientation or short papers describing ongoing research projects at
academic or development environments. Papers will be reviewed by an
international program committee using criteria appropriate to their
category. Papers may be accepted for presentation as talks, as part of a

panel, or as posters. Submissions are due on May 3rd, 1999.

ASOO'99 is part of 28th Argentine Meeting of Informatics and Operational

Research (JAIIO), the international conference of the Argentine Society
for Informatics and Operational Research (SADIO). The full JAIIO
Conference will be held on September 6-10, including symposiums in other

relevant areas and tutorials sponsored by the TC6 of IFIP.

Symposium Chair
Ricardo Orosco     (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)

Program Committee
Len Bass  (SEI - Carnegie Mellon, USA)
Jan Bosch  (Univ. of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden)
Marcelo Campo  (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)
Horacio Leone  (UTN Santa F, Argentina)
Maria Lucia B. Lisboa  (UFRGS, Porto Alegre, Brasil)
Roberto Moriyon  (Universidad Autnoma de Madrid - Spain)
Alain Pirotte  (Universit Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Wolfgang Pree  (University of Constance, Germany)
Gustavo Rossi  (Universidad Nacional de La Plata - Argentina)
Pedro Szekely  (ISI  Univ. of Southern California, USA)
Jose M. Troya  (Univ. Mlaga, Spain)

Organization of Academic Sessions
Claudia Marcos  (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina) -
Edgardo Belloni  (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)
Alfredo Teyseyre (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)
Marcelo Ochoa  (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)
Andrs Diaz Pace (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)
Federico Trilnik (Univ. Nacional Centro Pcia. Bs.As., Argentina)

The submissions of technical papers and project descriptions must follow

the following format: in English, up to 12 pages, double-spaced, A4 (210

x 297 millimeters) paper, including name and address of the author/s,
figures and references. Papers should also include keywords and an
abstract of no more than 200 words. The format for the camera-ready copy

will be informed together with the acceptance letter.

Submissions must arrive before May 3rd., late submissions will most
likely be rejected. Receipt of a submission will be acknowledged
immediately to the contact author.

Electronic submission, in ghostview-readable Postscript or MSWord 7, is
the preferred method.
 Send submissions by e-mail to:

Otherwise, authors may submit 3 copies of the full paper to the
Symposium Chair:

 Dr. Ricardo Orosco
 Campus Universitario
 Paraje Arroyo Seco,
 (7000) Tandil, Bs. As., Argentina
 Phone: (+54 293) 40363
 Fax: (+54 293) 40362


 Paper submission deadline:   May 3, 1999
 Notification of acceptance:   June 30, 1999
 Camera-ready papers due:   July 15, 1999

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