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Lists of Compiler Conferences and Workshops

Major Compiler Conferences: PLDI - Programming Language Design and Implementation, POPL - Principles of Programming Languages, SPLASH (OOPSLA) - Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications [link], LCTES - Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems, ASPLOS - Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems, ICFP - International Conference on Functional Programming [link], CASES - Compilers, Architecture, and Synthesis for Embedded Systems [link], CGO - Code Generation and Optimization [link], PACT - Parallel Architectures and Compilation Technologies [link], PPoPP - Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming, CF - Computing Frontiers (includes a compiler track) [link], CC - Compiler Construction [link].

Further, more Esoteric, Compiler Conferences: AADEBUG - Automated and Analysis Driven Debugging, AOSD - Aspect-Oriented Software Development [link], APLAS - Asian Symposium on Programming Languages and Systems, DLS - Dynamic Language Symposium, ECOOP - European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming [link], FLOPS - Functional and Logic Programming Symposium, GPCE - Generative Programming and Component Engineering, Haskell - Haskell Symposium [link], ISMM - International Symposium on Memory Management, ISSTA - International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis, PLOP - Pattern Languages of Programs, PADL - Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, PPDP - Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming, PPPJ - Principles and Practices of Programming in Java, SOFTVIS - Software Visualization [link], VMCAI - Verification Model Checking and Abstract Interpretation, VEE - Virtual Execution Environments.

Compiler Workshops: CUFP - Commercial Users of Functional Programming [link], DAMP - Declarative Aspects of Multicore Programming, Erlang - Erlang Workshop [link], FDPE - Functional and Declarative Programming in Education, FOOL - Foundations and Developments of Object Oriented Languages, LDTA - Language Description Tools and Applications, PASTE - Programming and Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering, PEPM - Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation, Plan-X - Programming Language Technologies for XML, PLAS - Programming Languages and Analysis for Security, Scopes - Workshop on Software and Compilers for Embedded Systems [link], SAW - Static Analysis Workshop, Scheme - Scheme and Functional Programming [link], TRANSACT - Languages Compilers and Hardware Support for Transactional Memory, WGP - Workshop on Generic Programming, WML - Workshop on ML, WMM - Workshop on Mechanizing Metatheory.


Acceptance Rates of Major Compiler Conferences

Year PLDI POPL OOPSLA LCTES ASPLOS ICFP* CASES CGO PACT PPoPP CF CC
2010 2064119.90% 2073918.84% 1644527.44% 581831.03% 1813217.68% 993030.30% 572747.37% 702941.43% 2664617.29% 1732916.76% 1133026.55% 561628.57%
2009 1944121.13% 1603622.50% 1442517.36% 811822.22% 1132925.66% 852630.59% 723143.66% 702637.14% 1883418.09% 1092623.85% 1132623.01% 721825.00%
2008 1843418.48% 2123516.51% 1173328.21% 681725.00% 1273124.41% 872933.33% 642742.19% 662131.82% 1593018.87% 1022524.51% 1103027.27% 711825.35%
2007 1784525.28% 1983618.18% 1563321.15% 762127.63% bi-annual 1032625.24% 773342.86% 842732.14% 1743419.54% 652233.85% 562850.00% 601525.00%
2006 1743620.69% 1673319.76% 1572616.56% 832125.39% 1583824.05% 742432.43% 1004141.00% 802936.25% 1173025.64% 912527.47% 1183025.42% 721723.61%
2005 1352820.74% 1723118.02% 1743218.39% 952526.32% bi-annual 872629.89% 1003131.00% 752634.67% 1193025.21% 872731.04% 1064340.57% 902123.33%
2004 1272519.69% 1762916.48% 1732715.61% 1202823.33% 1692414.20% 802126.25% 1023130.39% 792531.65% 1222318.85% bi-annual 573663.16% 581932.76%

*ICFP data do not include "experience reports", "functional pearls" and so forth. For 2009, it is not clear to me which papers are "functional pearls" and which are "regular papers", so 2009 data include both.

Legend: 1. column = number of submissions (including later withdrawn papers), 2. column = number of accepted papers (full papers plus short papers, but no posters), 3. column = acceptance rate.


Citation Rates of Major Compiler Conferences

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Contact

You are welcome to send me comments, further compiler conference infos, corrections or updates - Stefan Schaeckeler <sschaeck (at) engr.scu.edu>.