Haskell Workshop



                              Haskell Workshop

                    Montreal, Canada, 17th September 2000

     The Haskell Workshop forms part of the PLI 2000 colloquium on
     Principles, Logics, and Implementations of high-level programming
     languages, which comprises the ICFP and PPDP conferences, together
     with associated workshops.  Previous Haskell Workshops have been
     held in La Jolla (1995), Amsterdam (1997), and Paris (1999).




The purpose of the Haskell Workshop is to discuss experience with Haskell,
and possible future developments for the language.  The scope of the
workshop includes all aspects of the design, semantics, theory, application,
implementation, and teaching of Haskell.  Submissions that discuss
limitations of Haskell at present and/or propose new ideas for future
versions of Haskell are particularly encouraged.


   Deadline for submission:      1st June 2000  
   Notification of acceptance:   14th July 2000  
   Final submission due:         11th August 2000  
   Haskell Workshop:             17th September 2000
Authors should submit papers of at most 12 pages, in postscript format,
formatted for US letter or A4 paper, to Graham Hutton (gmh@cs.nott.ac.uk)
by 1st June 2000.  The accepted papers will be published as a University
of Nottingham technical report, and also made freely available on the web.


   Richard Bird            University of Oxford  
   Andy Gill               Oregon Graduate Institute  
   Ralf Hinze              University of Bonn  
   Paul Hudak              Yale University  
   Graham Hutton (chair)   University of Nottingham  
   Erik Meijer             University of Utrecht  
   Chris Okasaki           Columbia University  
   Tim Sheard              Oregon Graduate Institute