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ESUG offers 150 Euros for each international conference paper whose concepts involves an implementation in Smalltalk

Rules

  • After notification of acceptance, one of the authors sends to the ESUG board the article, a CV, and a brief explanation of how Smalltalk was used
  • In case the ESUG board decides to support the promotion, the author has to send to ESUG after the camera-ready deadline a PDF of the article, where ESUG is referenced in the acknowledgment section, including a link to esug.org
  • During the presentation at the conference, the author must mention ESUG support (e.g. the ESUG Logo)
  • After the presentation at the conference the author sends to ESUG a PDF version of the slides, where there is a visible reference to ESUG (e.g. the ESUG Logo). ESUG will put the slides on the ESUG website
  • The author can then trigger the payment by sending an e-Mail to the ESUG board
  • A maximum of 3 supported articles per year per institution is allowed

Sponsoring for 2012

  • Fernando Olivero, Michele Lanza, Marco D'Ambros and Romain Robbes,"Tracking Human-Centric Controlled Experiments with Biscuit", Proceedings of the Workshop on Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools (PLATEAU) at the ACM Onward! and SPLASH Conferences. October, 2012.
  • Jorge Ressia, Alexandre Bergel, and Oscar Nierstrasz, "Object-Centric Debugging", Proceedings of ICSE 2012, 485-495, 2012
  • Alberto Bacchelli, Tommaso dal Sasso, Marco D'Ambros, and Michele Lanza, "Content Classification of Development Emails", Proceedings of ICSE 2012, 375-385, 2012

Sponsoring for 2011

  • Fernando Olivero, Michele Lanza, Marco D'Ambros, and Romain Robbes, "Enabling Program Comprehension through a Visual Object-focused Development Environment", Proceedings of VL/HCC 2011, 2011
  • Alberto Bacchelli, Michele Lanza, and Marco D’Ambros, "Miler: A Toolset for Exploring Email Data", demonstration at ICSE 2011, 2011
  • Alexandre Bergel, "Counting Messages as a Proxy for Average Execution Time in Pharo", Proceedings ECOOP 2011, 2011
  • Richard Wettel, Michele Lanza, and Romain Robbes, "Software Systems as Cities: A Controlled Experiment", Proceedings of ICSE 2011, 551-560, 2011.

Sponsoring for 2010

  • Jean-Baptiste Arnaud, Marcus Denker, Stéphane Ducasse, Damien Pollet, Alexandre Bergel and Mathieu Suen, “Read-Only Execution for Dynamic Languages,” Proceedings of TOOLS EUROPE 2010, LNCS 6141 p. 117-136, Springer, 2010.

Sponsoring for 2009

  • David Röthlisberger, Oscar Nierstrasz and Stéphane Ducasse, "Autumn Leaves: Curing the Window Plangue in IDEs", WCRE 2009
  • Lukas Renggli, Marcus Denker and Oscar Nierstrasz, "Language Boxes: Bending the Host Language with Modular Language Changes", 2nd International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE 2009)
  • Jannik Laval, Simon Denier, Stephane Ducasse, Alexandre Bergel, "Identifying cycle causes with Enriched Dependency Structural Matrix", WCRE 2009
  • Le Van Tuan and Noury Bouraqadi and Victor Moraru and Serge Stinckwich and Arnaud Doniec (ICRA 2009), Making Networked Robot Connectivity-Aware (UMMISCO UMI 209 (IRD/UPMC/MSI), Ecole des Mines de Douai)
  • David Röthlisberger, Oscar Nierstrasz, Stéphane Ducasse (Working Conference on Reverse Engineering 2009, Autumn Leaves: Curing the Window Plague in IDEs, (Software Composition Group, University Bern)
  • Marco D'Ambros, Michele Lanza (11th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution), Promises and Perils of Porting Software Visualization Tools to the Web, University of Lugano

Sponsoring for 2008

  • Damien Picard, Loïc Lagadec (ReCoSoC 2008), Multi-level simulation of Heterogeneous Reconfigurable Platforms, (STICC - Université de Bretagne Occidentale).
  • Richard Wettel, Michele Lanza (Softvis 2008), Visually Localizing Design Problems with Disharmony Maps, (REVEAL - University of Lugano)
  • Hani Abdeen, (CSMR 2008), Package Reference Fingerprint: a Rich and Compact Visualization to Understand Package Relationship, (RMOD INRIA Lille Nord Europ)
  • Marco D'Ambros (CSMR 2008), A Flexible Framework to Support Collaborative Software Evolution Analysis, (REVEAL - University of Lugano)
  • Adrian Lienhard (ECOOP 2008), Practical Object-Oriented Back-in-Time Debugging, (Software Composition Group, University Bern)
  • Adrian Lienhard (CSMR 2008) Test Blueprints, Exposing Side Effects in Execution Traces to Support Writing Unit Tests, (Software Composition Group, University Bern)
  • Guillermo Adrián Molina (S3 Workshop), Huemul, a Smalltalk Implementation
  • David Röthlisberger (ICPC 2008), Exploiting Runtime Information in the IDE, (Software Composition Group, University Bern)