19th International Symposium on Implementation and Application of Functional Languages
Freiburg, Germany, 27-29 September 2007
Co-located with ICFP 2007 (1-3 October 2007)
Call for Papers
The aim of the IFL symposia is to bring together researchers actively engaged in the implementation and application of functional and function-based programming languages. They provide an open forum for researchers who wish to present and discuss new ideas and concepts, work in progress, preliminary results, etc. related primarily but not exclusively to the implementation and application of functional languages. Formal proceedings are produced after the symposium, so that authors can incorporate the feedback from discussions at the symposium in their published papers.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- language concepts
- type checking
- compilation techniques
- (abstract) interpretation
- generic programming techniques
- automatic program generation
- array processing
- concurrent/parallel programming
- concurrent/parallel program execution
- heap management
- runtime profiling
- performance measurements
- debugging and tracing
- (abstract) machine architectures
- formal aspects
- tools and programming techniques
Papers on applications or tools demonstrating the suitability of novel ideas in any of the above areas and contributions on related theoretical work are also welcomed. The change of the symposium name adding the term "application", introduced in 2004, is to reflect the broader scope IFL has gained over the years.
Prospective authors are encouraged to submit papers to be published in the draft proceedings and to present them at the symposium. All contributions must be written in English, conform to the Springer-Verlag LNCS series format and not exceed 16 pages. The draft proceedings will appear as a technical report of the Computing Laboratory of the University of Kent.
Attendees of IFL 2007 will have the opportunity to submit a revised version of their paper for post-symposium reviewing. As in previous years, selected papers will be published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Series.
Since 2002 every year the Peter Landin Prize of €150 is awarded to the best paper presented at the symposium, as selected by the program committee.
This call for papers is also available in PDF format.