University of Oregon University of Oregon

Parallelism and Concurrency

July 9-21, 2018


Registration materials, including one Letter of Recomendation should be submitted by April 14, 2018

Introduction Participation:

Check "yes" if you are also planning to participate in the pre-OPLSS sessions Foundations of Programming Languages.

Please give the name you wish to use on official records. If you wish to have a different name on your nametag, please indicate that in the Additional Remarks field below.

Please give an email account that is appropriate to use for OPLSS correspondence.

If you have one, please give the URL of your professional homepage.

Gender Identity:
Race: (check all that apply)
Citizenship: (for multiple citizenship, list all countries)

Please fill in your demographic data above.

This information will not be considered in decisions about acceptance. Gender identity is required for assigning participants staying in OPLSS housing to a male or female floor to make showers and bathrooms more easily accessed. Note that plumbing facilities are communal. This data will also be used in statistical form for diversity reporting.

Check "yes" if you have a PhD in Computer Science, Informatics or Mathematics.

Letters of Recommendation If you do not have a PhD in Computer Science, Informatics, or Mathematics, please have someone with a PhD in Computer Science send a letter of recommendation to Any recommendation should include information about your preparation for study in auomated reasoning and logic.
  • If you are currently enrolled in a graduate program, your advisor should send a recommendation showing you are making satisfactory progress through your program.
  • If you are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program, any of your Computer Science professors can recommend you.
  • If you are not currently enrolled in an academic program, your recommendation should come from a supervisor or mathematics/computer science professor. Address inquires about this requirement to
  • If you have a PhD in an unrelated field, check no above, but put your PhD Thesis subject in the Additional Remarks field below, and we will email you if a recommendation is required.

Please check the field that represents what you are likely to be doing in the Fall of 2018. If needed, you can explain further in the Additional Remarks field below. If you checked that you will be a student, but you will not be pursuing a degree in Computer Science, please give your degree subject in the Additional Remarks field below.

Please give the name of the institution at which you are pursuing an academic program, or the name of your employer. If applicable, please also list the academic department within your institution, and the country where you are located. If you do not wish your institution to appear on your nametag or other paperwork, please indicate that in the Additional Remarks field below. Country information will not be considered in decisions about acceptance.

In the space above, please explain your background in programming languages.

Some of this information may be covered by FERPA Please see the University of Oregon Privacy Policy for clarification of Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) standards compliance.

Use the space above to explain what you hope to gain from attending OPLSS.

Fellowship Grant:

If you checked student or Post-Doctoral researcher above, and you wish to apply for grant money to cover your expenses, please check "Apply".

Include a statement below explaining your need for funding. Please cover the following points:

  • If you will not be attending the review, what in your academic training has prepared you for OPLSS?
  • Why are other sources of funding not available?

When applying for a grant, make sure your advisor covers the following points in the Letter of Recommendation:

  • How will attending OPLSS further your academic progress?
  • What sources of funding will be used to cover the expenses not covered by OPLSS?
Grant Sources Fellowship grants are funded by our sponsors. Certain sponsors may place restrictions that involve citizenship status. Although citizenship status will not be considered in participation decisions, it may be considered in grant requests. Oregon State Law does not allow state programs to share citizenship status with federal law enforcement.