Scheme 2020
Sun 23 - Fri 28 August 2020
co-located with ICFP 2020
Conference Editions
Sun 23 - Fri 28 August 2020

Scheme 2020 with ICFP 2020

The Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop is a yearly meeting of programming language practitioners who share an aesthetic sense embodied by the Algorithmic Language Scheme: universality through minimalism, and flexibility through rigorous design. NOTE: Deadline changed to 31 May NOTE: Author notification date changed to 19 June NOTE: Camera Ready date changed to 7 July NOTE: acmart format clarified to b ...

Sun 18 - Fri 23 August 2019 Berlin, Germany

Scheme 2019 with ICFP 2019

The Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop is a yearly meeting of programming language practitioners who share an aesthetic sense embodied by the Algorithmic Language Scheme: universality through minimalism, and flexibility through rigorous design. Workshop website

Fri 28 Sep 2018 St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Scheme 2018 with ICFP 2018

The Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop is a yearly meeting of programming languge practitioners who share an aesthetic sense embodied by the Algorithmic Language Scheme: universality through minimalism, and flexibility through rigorous design.

Sun 3 - Sat 9 September 2017 Oxford, United Kingdom

Scheme 2017 with ICFP 2017

The Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop is a yearly meeting of programming language practitioners who share a sense of aesthetic as embodied by the Algorithmic Language Scheme: universality through minimalism, adequation through self-improvement, flexibility through rigorous design, and composability through orthogonal features.

Sun 18 - Sat 24 September 2016 Nara, Japan

Scheme 2016 with ICFP 2016

The home page for this workshop can be found here: http://scheme2016.snow-fort.org/

Sat 22 - Thu 27 October 2011 Portland, Oregon, United States

Scheme 2011 with SPLASH 2011

The workshop invites submissions related to Scheme and functional programming. We also welcome submissions related to dynamic or multiparadigmatic languages and programming techniques. The following topics are especially encouraged: compiler-implementation techniques; compiler optimization; data structures; domain-specific languages; contracts; commercial applications of Scheme; garbage-collecti ...