I just want to take a minute of your time to remind you that submissions are
due May 16 for the ACM SIGAda 2007 International Conference, which will take
place in Washington, DC, Nov. 4-8.
The Call for Participation is on the web at
This is a very broad CfP; you should bear in mind that the conference is
actively soliciting papers in computing education and CSE research, especially
regarding education at all levels in areas of importance to the Ada community:
real-time, reliable, and safety-critical software systems.
Ada 2005, ISO/IEC 8652, was formally approved by ISO SC22/WG9 in January 2007.
Full Ada 2005 compilers for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh are available under
the GNU General Public License from http://libre.adacore.com.
Among the many important systems in which Ada has a strong presence are the
Boeing 777 and 787, the FAA Air Traffic Control system, and the European
high-speed rail system, including the new French line on which the new speed
record of 574.8 km/h was set on April 3.
Note that educator grants are available to cover conference and tutorial
Thanks for your time; I hope to see you at the conference!
The George Washington University
Publicity Chair, SIGAda 2007