CC Chair at ECOOP'23 and COP'23

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Lars Schütze and Felix Suchert travelled to Seattle to attend the European Conference on Object Oriented Programming 2023 and attached workshops, hosted by the University of Washington. This year's installment was co-located with ISSTA and took place from the 17. to 21. July.
The conference is Europe's longest-standing annual Programming Language conference that brings together researchers from very different areas to discuss and share their ideas.
Lars presented their work "Towards Virtual Machine Support for Contextual Role-Oriented Programming Languages" in the workshop on Context-Oriented Programming and Advanced Modularity, which he also chaired and co-organized.
Felix presented their paper "ConDRust: Scalable Deterministic Concurrency from Verifiable Rust Programs" in the main conference, detailling how their approach can aid verification efforts in concurrent settings while achieving scalable deterministic performance. This work is of special concern in projects like EVEREST.
The work was also awarded the Distinguished Artifact Award for a very carefully prepared artifact submission.

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