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CUFP 2012 - Call for Participation

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  • Ashish Agarwal
    Early registration deadline is TODAY. Please note this year CUFP features Introductory Tutorials, targeted at those new to functional programming. Be sure to
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 9, 2012
      Early registration deadline is TODAY. Please note this year CUFP features
      Introductory Tutorials, targeted at those new to functional programming. Be
      sure to refer your colleagues who have been looking for a way to get
      started with FP. The usual half-day tutorials are also being held, and this
      list will especially be interested in Real-World OCaml.

      CUFP 2012
      Copenhagen, Denmark
      Sep 13-15
      Co-located with ICFP 2012
      Sponsored by SIGPLAN

      Functional programming has been at the forefront of a new generation
      of programming technologies: Companies employing functional
      programming use it to enable more effective, robust, and flexible
      software development.

      The annual CUFP workshop is designed to serve the growing
      community of commercial users of functional programming: Practitioners
      meet and collaborate; language designers and users can share ideas
      about the future of their languages; experts share their expertise on
      practical functional programming.

      CUFP 2012 features introductory tutorials by top-notch language
      experts; advanced tutorials on special topics, and the final day of
      talks about industrial applications of functional programming.

      More information about CUFP 2012 is available on the CUFP web site at


      Registration is via the ICFP 2012 web site at:


      Note that early-registration discounts are available until August 9.

      Introductory Tutorials
      Thursday, September 13:
      Scala Primer
      (Heiko Seeberger, Typesafe)

      Friday, September 14:
      From functional concepts to real-world F#
      (Tomas Petricek, University of Cambridge)

      September 13 / 14:
      Introductory Haskell / Concurrent Haskell
      (Jeremy Gibbons, University of Oxford; Simon Marlow, Microsoft Research)

      Advanced Tutorials

      Thursday, September 13:
      Real-World OCaml
      (Anil Madhavapeddy, University of Cambridge; Yaron Minsky, Jane Street)

      Erlang web frameworks
      (Steve Vinoski, Basho Technologies)

      Friday, September 14:
      Haskell for the lazy web developer: an Introduction to Happstack
      (Jeremy Shaw, SeeReason, LLC)

      Hands on Real-World Clojure
      (Lau Jensen, Best In Class; Karl Krukow , University of Aarhus)


      Adopting Functional Programming (Kresten Krab Thorup, Trifork)

      Jane Street Status Report (Yaron Minsky, Jane Street)

      Transmitting customised ads to set-top boxes with Erlang (Laura M. Castro,
      University of A Coruña)

      Functional Big-Data Genomics (Ashish Agarwal, NYU)

      Using F# to Prove Stabilization of Biological Networks (Semin Ishtiaq,

      Developing an F# Bioinformatics Application with HTML5 Visualization (Adam
      Granicz, IntelliFactory)

      Functional Programming @ Ghent IT Valley (Romain Slootmaekers, Nicolas
      Trangez, Ghent IT Valley)

      The Awesome Haskell FPGA Compiler (Peter Braam, Parallel Scientific)

      Functional programs connected to the power grid (Sebastian Egner, Entelios)

      Clojure iPad analytics dashboard in energy sector (Kevin Lynagh, Keming

      Developing Medical Software in Scala and Haskell (Stefan Wehr, factis

      From Streams to Functions (and Back Again) (Frank McCabe, Starview)

      Development under Security Guidelines (Manuel Maarek, SafeRiver)

      Haskell for XenClient (Matthias Görgens, Citrix)

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