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Véronique Cortier is CNRS research director at Loria (Nancy, France). In 2003, she received her Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, from which she graduated. Her research focuses on formal verification of security protocols, in particular e-voting, using formal techniques such as first order logic or rewriting. She has co-authored more than 80 publications on these topics. In 2010, she was awarded an ERC starting grant and in 2015, she received the INRIA - Académie des Sciences young researcher award.
Steve Kremer studied computing followed by a PhD thesis at the Université Libre in Brussels, Belgium (2003). Following a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Birmingham in the UK, in 2004 he joined the Inria SECSI team at the ENS Cachan, before joining the CASSIS team at the Inria Nancy centre, where he now works as research director. He has published numerous articles on protocol security in conferences and specialist journals. He is also one of the first two Inria recipients of an ERC grant in the Consolidator Grant category.
PLAS provides a forum for exploring and evaluating the use of programming language and program analysis techniques for promoting security in the complete range of software systems, from compilers to machine learnt models. The workshop encourages proposals of new, speculative ideas, evaluations of new or known techniques in practical settings, and discussions of emerging threats and problems. We also host position papers that are radical, forward-looking, and lead to lively and insightful discussions influential to the future research at the intersection of programming languages and security.
The scope of PLAS includes, but is not limited to:
We invite both full papers and short papers. For short papers we especially encourage the submission of position papers that are likely to generate lively discussion.
Submissions should be PDF documents typeset in the ACM proceedings format using 10pt fonts. A SIGPLAN-approved template can be found at SIGPLAN Author Information. We recommend using this template.
Both full and short papers must describe work not published in other refereed venues (see the SIGPLAN republication policy for more details). Accepted papers will appear in workshop proceedings, which will be distributed to the workshop participants and be available in the ACM Digital Library.
Submissions can be made via Easychair.