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PPIG 2008

PPIG 2008, the twentieth Psychology of Programming Interest Group workshop,
will be held at Lancaster University, UK, on the 10th, 11th and 12th of
September 2008.

See the workshop website:

The annual PPIG (Psychology of Programming Interest Group) workshop is a
forum in which researchers concerned with psychological aspects of software
development can present and discuss recent results, findings and

Call for Papers:

We invite papers concerned with psychological aspects of software
development. PPIG entertains a broad spectrum of research approaches, from
theoretical perspectives drawing on psychological theory to empirical
perspectives grounded in real-world experience, and is equally concerned
with all aspects of programming and software engineering, from the design of
programming languages to communication issues in software teams, and from
computing education to high-performance professional practice. If you have
any queries as to whether your topic falls within the remit of PPIG, then
please do not hesitate to contact the Programme Chair.

Themes can include, but are not limited to:

* Empirical studies of programming
* Programming education and skills acquisition
* Human centred design and evaluation of programming languages, tools and
* Programming and human cognition
* Human Computer Interaction issues in programming
* Team/cooperative work in programming
* End user programming
* Distributed programming, globalisation, work in large teams
* Free/libre open source software development
* Software engineering methods, planning, estimation, agility etc.
* Gender, age, culture and programming
* New paradigms in programming
* Code quality, readability and re-use
* Mistakes, bugs, and error handling
* Working with notation
* Specialist and domain centred programming tools and languages
Other approaches and insights are welcome...

Submission: For submission details see:

Deadline: 1st May 2008

Doctoral Consortium:

The Psychology of Programming Interest Group Workshop will again host a
doctoral consortium. The event is for research students at all stages of
doctoral study. The event will include brief introductions by each of the
student participants (in the order of 10 minutes, plus time for questions,
depending on the number of students involved) and interactive sessions on
the process and nature of Ph.D. research. Experienced researchers, in
addition to the organisers, will participate as 'discussants' to add
different perspectives and to provide feedback on individual research

Submission: For submission details see:

Deadline: 31st July 2008

Programme Chair:

Jim Buckley (University of Limerick)

Programme Committee:

Alan Blackwell (University of Cambridge)
Ben du Boulay (University of Sussex)
Francoise Detienne (INRIA)
Chris Douce (Open University)
Chris Exton (University of Limerick)
Judith Good (University of Sussex)
Maria Kutar (University of Salford)
Lindsay Marshall (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
Marian Petre (The Open University)
Pablo Romero (University of Sussex)
Jorma Sajaniemi (University of Joensuu)
Markku Tukiainen (University of Joensuu)
Susan Wiedenbeck (Drexel University)

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