CUFP 2015 Call for Tutorials

Commercial Users of Functional Programming (CUFP) is an annual meeting co-located with the International Conference on Functional Programming which this year will take place in Vancouver, Canada on 3-5 September 2015. CUFP aims to bridge the gap between academia and users applying functional programming in practice. CUFP provides high-quality practical tutorials covering state-of-the-art techniques and tools for functional programming. There will be a mix of tutorials on introduction and advanced level, such that anyone that wants to learn something new has an opportunity to do so.

We are seeking proposals for half-day tutorials to be presented during the first two days of the meeting, 3 and 4 September. Submission deadline is May 25th, but the earlier you submit, the better!

Among the suggested topics for tutorials are:

Tutorial proposals should address the following points:

Tutorials should be submitted using the following talk submission form. Deadline for submission is May 25, 2015. Notification of acceptance is two weeks later.

Tutorial Agreement
While CUFP does not pay tutorialists, they will be compensated with admission credits to CUFP and ICFP, as outlined below.

Note that we reserve the right to cancel tutorials with fewer than 5 registrants, but we will try hard to avoid having to do so. No compensation will be awarded for cancelled tutorials.

If you have any questions, email Thomas Arts: thomas dot arts at quviq dot com or Román González: romanandreg at gmail dot com

The 2015 conference is in Vancouver, Canada from September 3rd-5th. Once again, it is co-located with ICFP 2015.

CUFP tweets @cufpconference.