Paris, France, 22—27 April 2023
ETAPS'23 will also host another edition of TOOLympics, organised by Dirk Beyer, Fabrice Kordon, and Arnd Hartmanns.
The four main conferences of ETAPS 2023 solicit contributions of the following types. All page limits are given excluding the bibliography.
Regular tool paper and tool demonstration paper submissions to TACAS must be accompanied by an artefact submitted shortly after the paper. The artefact will be evaluated, and the outcome will be considered in the paper’s acceptance decision.
For research paper and case study paper submissions, pre-paper-acceptance submission of an artefact is optional; if an artefact is submitted at this point, it will be handled as described above.
Alternatively, authors of papers of these categories may submit an artefact for evaluation after the paper has been accepted. The outcome of the artefact evaluation will then not change the paper acceptance decision.
ESOP, FASE, and FoSSaCS will accept artefact submissions; however, participation in it is voluntary; the artefact submission deadline is after the paper notification deadline. The outcome will not alter the paper acceptance decision.
For specific instructions regarding artefacts, see the web pages of the individual conferences.
The proceedings will be published in the Advanced Research in Computing and Software Science (ARCoSS) subline of Springer’s LNCS series. The proceedings volumes will appear in gold open access, so the published versions of all papers will be available for everyone to download from the publisher’s website freely, from the date of online publication, perpetually. The copyright of the papers will remain with the authors.
The strongest papers from the four conferences will be nominated for the ETAPS best paper awards of EAPLS, EASST and EATCS, and the SCP best tool paper award.
The ETAPS test-of-time award will be granted, recognising outstanding papers published at ETAPS more than ten years in the past.
The Doctoral Dissertation Award will be granted to promote and recognise an outstanding dissertation in the research areas covered by the four main ETAPS conferences.
A number of satellite workshops and other events will take place during the weekend before the main conferences.
In particular, there will be a PhD student mentoring workshop organised by Caterina Urban and Wolfgang Ahrendt.
ETAPS 2023 will take place in Paris, France. The conferences and satellite events will be hosted at Sorbonne Université and IHP (Institut Henri Poincaré), respectively. They are located in the very centre of the city, in the famous historic district of Quartier Latin. The new museum of mathematical sciences of IHP and the historical mathematics library are also in the same buildings as the satellite events. Several museums, churches and historical buildings can be visited in this area. The convenient location allows for accessing most places in Paris by public transport. ETAPS is organised by the MeFoSyLoMa community, which gathers all researchers on formal methods for software and hardware systems in the Île-de-France region.