Participants are invited to submit a paper describing their on going work. We will accept papers (from 4 to 6 pages) that describe work-in-progress or recently completed work based on the themes and goals of the workshop or related topics, report on experiences gained, question accepted wisdom, raise challenging open problems, or propose speculative new approaches. Longer submissions will be considered, but all submissions must be fewer than 10 pages.

Submissions and final papers should be formatted using the ACM SIGPLAN 10 point format. Templates for Word and LaTeX are available at; this site also contains links to useful information on how to write effective submissions.

Papers may be submitted to one of two tracks: archival and non-archival.
  • Accepted archival papers will be published in full in the ACM digital library.
  • Accepted non-archival papers will be made available as a tech report on the PLATEAU website.

All accepted submissions will be made available through the PLATEAU website prior to the workshop. Workshop participants are encouraged to have read the position papers before attending the workshop.

All authors of accepted submissions are asked to prepare a presentation to support their papers, and a one page poster summary for the workshop poster.

Submit your papers through EasyChair:

Participants are welcome to attend the workshop without submitting a paper, but must register. See the SPLASH registration system for more details.
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