The CC Chair with two papers at FDL’20
After a long time attending only virtual events, several members of the CC Chair attended the hybrid Forum on specification & Design Languages (FDL) in September 2020. Alex, Andres, Christian and Jeronimo participated in the conference, having contributed to two papers and organised a special session. Christian was a co-author of the paper “A Language for Deterministic Coordination Across Multiple Timelines” which was presented remotely by the lead author Marten Lohstroh from UC Berkley. The paper was nominated for best paper award, but was unfortunately not selected. Maybe next time. Alex presented a paper he co-authored with Andres that introduces ”ComPy-Learn: A Toolbox for Exploring Machine Learning Representations for Compilers”. This paper was one of four contributions to a special session on machine learning for programming languages and compilers.