Best paper: "Execution Levels for Aspect-Oriented Programming" by Eric Tanter.
Most innovative student work: "Life-cycle support for Passive and Reactive Monitoring" by Wouter De Borger
Atelier 'Modularité avancée pour l'agilité des systèmes informatiques'
The International Conference on Aspect-Oriented
Software Development (AOSD) is the premier conference on software modularity, with an emphasis on modular structures that cut across traditional abstraction boundaries. The conference offers several tracks, including the Research and Industry Tracks, which bring together leading researchers and practitioners working in such fields as software engineering, programming languages, systems, and others. AOSD welcomes submissions of high quality in all areas relating to aspects, ranging from foundational research to evaluations of aspect-oriented concepts.
AOSD welcomes submissions of high quality in all areas relating to aspects, ranging from foundational research to evaluations of aspect-oriented concepts.
The AOSD Conference is also committed to supporting students working in this area via a dedicated Student Forum programme. At the Forum students will obtain extensive feedback to their work, benefit from research events, and receive general academic skills training. All ASOD students are invited to participate in the AOSD Student Forum
. In addition, 10 studentships
awarded by the AOSD-Europe network
will be granted to selected EU students.