NJ Programming Languages and Systems Seminar
The New Jersey Programming Languages and Systems Seminar Series is an
informal forum that promotes interaction among programming languages
and systems researchers in the New Jersey area. The series provides
an opportunity to present unfinished research-in-progress and receive
feedback and constructive criticism. We hold one-day meetings
every few months, for instance at Agere, AT&T Florham Park, Avaya,
Bell Labs Lucent, Rutgers, Princeton University, Stevens, or
U. Penn. Meeting agendas are coordinated by a chair who is
selected by popular vote. There are about ten informal talks of about thirty minutes each, usually beginning about 9:00am and ending
about 4:00pm. As of 2017, attendance averaged about 30 people.
the NJPLS mailing
list for updates on this and future NJPLS.
The NJPLS website is currently administered by Michael Greenberg and hosted by Chung-Chieh Shan.
Many thanks to
- Andrew Wright, who ran the NJPLS website and mailing list from December 1994 until October 2001,
- Kathleen Fisher, who ran it from October 2001 until August 2005,
- Steve Zdancewic, who ran it from August 2005 until September 2009,
- Chung-chieh Shan, who ran it from September 2009 until October 2012, and
- William Mansky, who ran it thereafter.