[Mono-list] .NET Technologies workshop - Call for Participation

Vaclav Skala skala@kiv.zcu.cz
Tue, 20 Apr 2004 21:58:19 +0200

Please, be so kind and resend this call for Participation

>>>>>>>>  sorry for duplicates <<<<<<<<<<

Call for Participation

2nd International Workshop on .NET Technologies
Pilsen (Czech Republic)
May 31 - June 2, 2004



The 2nd International Workshop on .NET Technologies aims at bringing
together practitioners and researchers from academia and the industry to
discuss the latest developments in .NET and advance the state of the art in
the research on related technologies.

The topics of interest include:
* software engineering,
* programming languages and techniques for .NET,
* parallel and distributed computing,
* software security in .NET,
* educational aspects of the .NET platform,
* .NET on Unix (Mono, ROTOR, etc.).

* Bertrand Meyer, ETH Zurich & Eiffel Software
"Language interoperability at work: Eiffel on .NET"
* K. Rustan M. Leino, Microsoft Research, USA
"SpeC#: Writing and checking contracts in a .NET language"
* Damien Watkins, Microsoft Research, UK
Project COmega: Union of Xen and Polyphonic C#
* Harald Haller, sd&m Munich, Germany
"How to implement large applications successfully in .NET"

* Anderson, T. et al., Intel Corporation, USA
  Experience Integrating a New Compiler and Garbage Collector Into Rotor
* GŁntensperger, R., Gutknecht, J., ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  Active C#
* Alvarez Gutierrez, D. et al., University of Oviedo, Spain
  Alternative protection systems for OO Environments: Capability-Based
Protection and the SSCLI-Rotor
* Contreras, M. et al., Instituto Mexicano de Petroleo, Mexico
  Design and implementation of a FIPA compliant Agent Platform in .NET
* Serrano, M. et al., INRIA, France
  Compiling Scheme programs to the .NET Common Intermediate Language
* Terekhov, A. et al., Microsoft / St Petersburg State University, Russia
  Teaching Compiler Development using .NET platform
* Benedek, Z., Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
  A Framework Built in .NET for Embedded and Mobile Navigation Systems
* de Rosa, F., Mecella, M., University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
  Peer-to-peer Applications on Mobile Devices: A Case Study with Compact
.NET on Smartphone 2003
* Sturm, P. et al., University of Trier, Germany
  The .NET CF implementation of GecGo - A middleware for multihop ad-hoc
* Tolksdorf, R. et al., Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany
  XMLSpaces.NET: An Extensible Tuplespace as XML Middleware
* Fruja, N. G., ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  The correctness of the definite assignment analysis in C#
* Trancon y Widemann, B., Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
  Porting Opal to the .NET platform

The workshop will take place from May 31 to June 2, 2004, at the University
of West Bohemia campus in Pilsen,  Czech Republic. Pilsen is a beautiful
town near Prague (it is known for its hospitality and the famous Pilsner

Registration is now open at
The workshop fee is EUR 200 (EUR 250 after April 20, EUR 300 for on-site
registration). The fee includes: registration for the .NET Technologies
Workshop, refreshments, lunches Monday to Wednesday, conference dinner.

For all additional information, please visit the website:

Contact information
prof. Vaclav Skala, Computer Science Dept., University of West Bohemia,
Plzen, Czech Republic
e-mail: skala@kiv.zcu.cz