The Programming Research Group is working on programming languages and programming environments. Graduate and undergraduate students of Tokyo Tech and the University of Tokyo are working together. Our goal is to make programming more fun by advancing theory, design and implementation of programming languages and environments.
Taya: I would like to know what I do not know about programming languages.
Okugawa: I want to read many books about computer.
Watanabe: I want to write more programs.
A paper entitled “Generalized Layer Activation Mechanism Through Contexts and Subscribers”, authored by 14th International Conference on Modularity (MODULARITY’15). [PDF], and , is presented at
Following posters are presented at PPL2015.
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Poster presentation on A Dynamically-typed Language for Prototyping High-Performance Data Parallel Programs is given by Hidehiko Masuhara and Tomoyuki Aotani at JST/CREST International Symposium on Post Petascale System Software at Kobe.
A paper entitled “Crossver: a Code Transformation Language for Crosscutting Changes” authored by AOAsia/Pacific Workshop co-located with FSE’14.and is presented at
Our paper “Improving the quality of AspectJ application: translating name-based pointcuts to analysis-based pointcuts” authored by Wang Lin, QSIC 2014.and Masato Suzuki will be presented at
Ruochen Huang, a Master course student studying under the International Graduate Program (A), joins our group.
A Festschrift “Concurrent Objects and Beyond”, dedicated to Professor Akinori Yonezawa, is published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8665 from Springer. was one of the editors of the volume.