Welcome to the website of the SPLASH 2020 conference!
SPLASH is the ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity. SPLASH embraces all aspects of software construction and delivery, to make it the premier conference on the applications of programming languages—at the intersection of programming languages and software engineering. SPLASH 2020 will take place from Sunday 15th to Friday 20th of November 2020.
SPLASH includes the following co-located conferences: OOPSLA, Onward!, GPCE, SLE, DLS, ECOOP and SAS; as well as a large array of workshops and events.
VIRTUAL SPLASH will run in three main streams:
- OOPSLA/ECOOP will exclusively contain OOPSLA and ECOOP research papers;
- REBASE will exclusively contain Rebase industry-oriented talks;
- SPLASH will contain the major co-located events: GPCE/SLE on Sunday/Monday; Onward! Papers and Essays on Tuesday; SAS/DLS on Wednesday/Thursday; and OOPSLA research papers on Friday.
NB! All other events, such as workshops, will take place outside the main three stream six day event. Please consult their individual pages for specific details.
MIRRORING In what we think is world first, SPLASH will do 12 hour mirroring where each of the six conference days will be exactly 12 hours long with every single talk scheduled to repeat with a 12 hour delay (a.k.a. mirror). Therefore:
whatever YOUR time zone happens to be, you are welcome to attend SPLASH during any convenient 12 hour block on each of the six days
For example: Alex from New Zealand plans to attend between 8am and 8pm NZ Standard Time; Jan from Czechia plans to attend between 8am and 8pm Central European Time, while Hridesh from Iowa plans to attend between 9am and 9pm Central Daylight Time!