The Coq Workshop series brings together Coq users, developers, and contributors. While conferences like ITP provide a venue for traditional research papers, the Coq Workshop focuses on strengthening the Coq community and providing a forum for discussing practical issues, including the future of the Coq software and its associated ecosystem of libraries and tools. Thus, the workshop will be organized around informal presentations and discussions, supplemented with invited talks.
The Coq Workshop 2018 is a part of FLoC 2018.
We invite all members of the Coq community to propose informal talks, discussion sessions, or any potential uses of the day allocated to the workshop. Relevant subject matter includes but is not limited to:
- Language or tactic features
- Theory and implementation of the Calculus of Inductive Constructions
- Applications and experience in education and industry
- Tools and platforms built on Coq
- Plugins and libraries for Coq
- Interfacing with Coq
- Formalization tricks and Coq pearls
Authors should submit short proposals through EasyChair. Submissions should be in portable document format (PDF). Proposals should not exceed 2 pages in length in single-column full-page style.
We are open to many ideas on how to use the workshop time. Some suggestions to drive proposals include sessions on tool demonstrations or lessons learned from teaching Coq.
- March 30: Deadline for proposal submission
- April 16: Acceptance notification
- July 8: Workshop in Oxford
- Abhishek Anand, Cornell University, United States
- Jacques-Henri Jourdan, LRI, Paris, France
- Pierre-Marie Pédrot, MPI, Saarbrücken, Germany
- Filip Sieczkowski,University of Wrocław, Poland
- Matthieu Sozeau (Organizer), Inria, Paris, France
- Bas Spitters, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Nicolas Tabareau (Organizer), Inria, Nantes, France
- Eric Tanter, Universidad de Chile, Santiago de Chile, Chile
- Stephanie Weirich, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com