Call for Papers


Program Committee

Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering (PASTE)

June 5 - 6, 2010
Toronto, Canada
Co-located with PLDI 2010


Latest Information

Schedule: A detailed schedule is available here. There will be two invited keynotes (Jeff Foster and Kathryn McKinley), research presentations, organized discussions, informal sessions/demos with 5 minute madness, opportunities for all attendees to make short presentations, and ample time for debate/discussion.

Demos and 5 minute madness: We have two 1.5 hour sessions of flexible time for informal discussion (last session on each day). This will allow time for demos, and we welcome all attendees, not only authors of accepted papers, to demonstrate their tools. We also have time for 5 minute madness: anyone in the audience is welcome to take up to five minutes to tell the audience about their work (again, not just authors of accepted papers).

Early registration: Early registration rate for PASTE is valid by May 10, and the hotel conference rate by May 15. Here is the link for registration.

PAC Funding: Students with an accepted paper may apply for travel fellowships from the PAC fund. See the PAC web page here.

Important dates

Paper submission February 8, 2010 (Monday), Apia time
Submission URL http://godel.ucsd.edu/paste2010
Author notification March 18, 2010 (Thursday)
Camera ready April 6, 2010 (Tuesday)
Workshop June 5-6, 2010

Information about the workshop

PASTE 2010 is the ninth workshop in a series that meets roughly every 18 months, alternating between programming language and software engineering venues and intending to serve as a bridge between the two. The meeting brings together the program analysis, software tools, and software engineering communities to focus on applications of program analysis techniques in software tools.

Program Committee

Brian Demsky University of California, Irvine
Michael Hicks University of Maryland, College Park
Miryung Kim The University of Texas at Austin
Sorin Lerner (co-chair) University of California, San Diego
Lori Pollock University of Delaware
G. Ramalingam Microsoft Research India
Atanas Rountev (co-chair) Ohio State University
Andrey Rybalchenko Technische Universität München
Manu Sridharan IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Westley Weimer University of Virginia

Previous PASTE Workshops

PASTE 2008 at FSE 2008
PASTE 2007 at PLDI 2007
PASTE 2005 at ESEC/FSE 2005
PASTE 2004 at PLDI 2004
PASTE 2002 at FSE 2002
PASTE 2001 at PLDI 2001
PASTE 1999 at ESEC/FSE 1999
PASTE 1998 at PLDI 1998