Hi All,

Due to a number of requests we are extending the deadline for submissions to 
PPIG12 to 21st September

After just the one false start, we are pleased to announce that the Psychology 
of Programming Interest Group (PPIG) invites you and your colleagues (and any 
other interested parties!) to submit papers for its 24th meeting, to be held at
London Metropolitan University, on 21st – 23rd November 2012.

The annual PPIG workshop is a forum in which researchers concerned with 
psychological aspects of software development can present and discuss recent 
results, findings and developments.

London is a large city in England which is hosting lots of sporting activities 
in the summer of 2012. It is huge. There’s lots to do, plenty of places to 
stay, and there are easy transport links to almost everywhere in the world.

Important Deadlines

  *   Deadline for paper submission: 14th  21st September 2012
  *   Notification to authors: 19th October 2012
  *   Camera ready copies due: 4th November 2012
  *   Deadline for doctoral consortium submission: 31st October 2012

More details, including how to submit, are available at:
Twitter: #PPIG12

Doctoral Consortium:
The PPIG Workshop will again host a doctoral consortium. The event is for 
research students at all stages of doctoral study and will include the 
opportunity for students to present their work, as well as interactive sessions 
on the process and nature of Ph.D. research. Experienced researchers, in 
addition to the organisers, will participate as discussants to add different 
perspectives and to provide feedback on individual research programmes.

PPIG is able to offer financial support to PhD students attending the workshop, 
to assist with the cost of travel and registration. For further details please 
contact Maria Kutar – m.ku...@salford.ac.uk<mailto:m.ku...@salford.ac.uk>

Organising Committee:
Yanguo Jing (London Metropolitan University) 
Maria Kutar (University of Salford) 
Thomas Green (University of York) 

Programme Chair and Local Organiser
Yanguo Jing (London Metropolitan University)

The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an exempt 
charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 038302).

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