Kilkenny City, Ireland
June 16-18, 2003
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 a friendly and
convivial academic environment.
This year's conference is being held in co-operation with
the Special Interest Group on Applied Computing, whose mission is
to further the development of new applications and the transfer of
computing technology to new problem domains.
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.
Submission details can be found here.
Please email general queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for papers: PDF version
or PS version
|PPPJ'03 is organised by the National University of Ireland,
The Inaugural Conference on the
Principles and Practice of Programming in Java
was held in
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland on
June 13-14th, 2002.
||PPPJ 03 is supported by the Science Foundation Ireland