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           2009 Workshop on Scheme and Functional Programming
        Coordinated with the Symposium in Honor of Mitchell Wand

                             August 22, 2009
                      Boston, Massachusetts, USA

                         CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

To the delight of all and sundry, the 2009 Scheme and
Functional Programming Workshop will be held on August 22nd
at Northeastern University, and it is a signal honor for me
to be able to invite YOU to the WORLD'S FOREMOST WORKSHOP
on the marvelous Scheme language, and to present a program
PACKED with contributions from familiar faces and new ones,
certain to amaze, delight, and edify. Lend us your ears,
and we will widen the space between them.

- John Clements


August 11, 2009 - Registration deadline
August 22, 2009 - Workshop on Scheme and Functional Programming
August 23-24, 2009 - Symposium in Honor of Mitchell Wand:


Northeastern University
Boston Massachusetts
Building and Room TBA


A limited block of hotel rooms has been reserved for
participants of the Scheme Workshop and/or the Mitchell
Wand Symposium at hotels in Cambridge and Boston.  See the
workshop web site for more information, and please note
that some of these special rates expire soon (one as early
as July 27th).


The registration fee will be $40 to help cover the
operating costs and lunch accommodations. Please register
by *August 11, 2009* so that we will have an accurate head
count. To register, please send an email to
aoeusw...@brinckerhoff.org with your name and any dietary
restrictions for lunch.


* 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)


Invited Talk on the Bootstrap Program
   Emmanuel Schanzer

Invited Talk on Future Directions for the Scheme Language
   The Newly Elected Scheme Language Steering Committee

The Scribble Reader: An Alternative to S-expressions for Textual Content
    Eli Barzilay

World With Web: A compiler from world applications to JavaScript
    Remzi Emre Başar, Caner Derici, Çağdaş Şenol

Scalable Garbage Collection with Guaranteed MMU
    William D Clinger and Felix Klock

Distributed Software Transactional Memory
    Anthony Cowley

Sequence Traces for Object-Oriented Executions
    Carl Eastlund and Matthias Felleisen

Keyword and Optional Arguments in PLT Scheme
    Matthew Flatt and Eli Barzilay

Fixing Letrec (reloaded)
    Abdulaziz Ghuloum and R. Kent Dybvig

Descot: Distributed Code Repository Framework
    Aaron W. Hsu

A pattern-matcher for alphaKanren -or- How to get into trouble with  
CPS macros
    Andrew W. Keep and Michael D. Adams and William E. Byrd and Daniel  
P. Friedman

Randomized Testing in PLT Redex
    Casey Klein and Robert Bruce Findler

Screen-Replay: A Session Recording and Analysis Tool for DrScheme
    Mehmet Fatih Köksal, Remzi Emre Başar, Suzan Üsküdarlı

Interprocedural Dependence Analysis of Higher-Order Programs via Stack  
    Matthew Might and Tarun Prabhu

Get stuffed: Tightly packed abstract protocols in Scheme
    John Moore

Higher-Order Aspects in Order
    Eric Tanter

Peter J Landin (1930-2009)
    Olivier Danvy

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