2nd ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on the State Of the Art in Java Program Analysis (SOAP 2013)Eric | March 1, 2013
Co-located with PLDI, at Seattle, submit by April 4th
For more than a decade, the Soot analysis framework has enabled hundreds of users to carry out research in static analysis of Java applications. To help bring together the community, the Soot community organized a first International Workshop on the State Of the Art in JavaProgram Analysis (SOAP) in 2012. As expected, discussions and presentations at this workshop helped catalyze future development of the Soot framework, spurring discussions and collaborations between different groups using Soot and other compiler frameworks. SOAP’13 will continue that positive experience. Although the focus of SOAP will be on the Soot framework, we warmly welcome influences and inspirations from other compilers and analysis frameworks. We are particularly interested in exciting framework ideas and innovative design approaches. The agenda for SOAP will also include discussions and work on integrating external contributions into the main Soot framework, as well as explorations of potential future extensions to Soot. Find out more here.
|Paper submissions:||April 3rd, 2013|
|Notification of authors:||May 4th, 2013|
|Submission of camera-ready copies:||May 18th, 2013|
|Workshop date:||June 20th, 2013|