European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, commonly known as ECOOP, is an annual conference covering topics on object-oriented programming systems, languages and applications. Like other conferences, ECOOP offers various tracks and many simultaneous sessions, and thus has different meaning to different people.
The first ECOOP was held in
Paris, France in 1987. It operates under the auspices of the Association Internationale pour les Technologies Objets ( AITO), a non-profit organization located in Germany.
ECOOP’s venue changes every year, and the categories of its program vary. Historically ECOOP has combined the presentation of academic papers with comparatively practical experience reports, panels, workshops and tutorials.
ECOOP helped object-oriented programming develop in Europe into what is now mainstream programming, and helped incubate a number of related disciplines, including
design patterns, refactoring, aspect-oriented programming, Model Driven and Engineering, and agile software development.
The winners of the annual AITO
Dahl-Nygaard Prize are offered the opportunity to give a keynote presentation at ECOOP.
The sister conference of ECOOP in North America is
Locations and organizers [ edit ]
Prague, Czech Republic
Tomas Kalibera, Pavel Kordik John Boyland
Tobias Wrigstad Richard Jones
Antony Hosking, Hong Mei
James Noble joint, with
Lancaster, United Kingdom
Marjan Heričko, Aleš Živkovič
Giovanna Guerrini, Elena Zucca, Davide Ancona, Walter Cazzola
Stefan Jähnichen, Peter Fritzson
Jean Bézivin, Pierre Cointe
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen
Dennis Caromel, Jean-Paul Rigault
Vasco T. Vasconcelos
Mehmet Aksit, Satoshi Matsuoka
Ole Lehrmann Madsen
Mario Tokoro, Remo Pareschi
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Ole Lehrmann Madsen
Dave Thomas, Pierre Cointe
Akinori Yonezawa joint, with
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Jean-Marie Hullot, Jean Bézivin
Pierre Cointe, Henry Lieberman
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