Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
June 13-14, 2002
Call for papers: PDF version,
or PS version,
or text version
Despite its relatively recent origin, the Java programming language
has become established as the language of choice for internet-based
and mobile applications, and increasingly challenges the prominence of
more established languages in many other fields.
This conference seeks to draw together researchers, teachers and
programmers who study or work with the Java programming language to discuss
the principles and practice of its use, in the friendly and convivial
environment of Trinity College Dublin.
We invite papers exploring all aspects of Java programming; in
particular we seek research papers covering the principles of
programming in Java, and teaching and experience reports dealing with
the practice of Java programming.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Software Engineering with Java
Program Design and Implementation
Design Patterns through Java
Novel Applications of Java
Performance of Java Programs
Practice and experience
Teaching Java Programming
Applications in science, engineering and mathematics
This list of topics is not intended to be exhaustive; papers related
to other aspects of Java programming are welcome.
Please submit a full paper of up to 6 pages in length. Papers should
be formatted so that they are single-spaced, single column, and use a
12pt Times font.
Papers in PDF format should be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com, to arrive not later
than March 17, 2002. Include title, author list, postal
address and abstract as plain text in the e-mail. All papers submitted will be reviewed in full by a minimum of
two reviewers from independant institutions.