Here is the final program for the 2010 Workshop on Scheme and
Functional Programming.  For the abstracts please check the website
(http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~sfp2010).

To take advantage of the early registration price, please register by
***AUGUST 9***.

Marc Feeley


Saturday, August 21

8:15	On-site registration and breakfast

9:00	Invited Talk; To be announced
 	Olin Shivers; Northeastern University

10:00	Break

Session 1

10:30	Functional Data Structures for Typed Racket
 	Hari Prashanth K R and Sam Tobin-Hochstadt; Northeastern University

11:00	Implementing User-level Value-weak Hashtables
 	Aaron W. Hsu; Indiana University

11:30	Break

Session 2

12:00	Pushdown Control-Flow Analysis of Higher-Order Programs
 	Christopher Earl (1), Matthew Might (1), and David Van Horn (2);
(1)University of Utah, (2)Northeastern University

12:30	Lightning talks
 	Speakers to be announced at the workshop

12:45	Lunch break

Session 3

14:00	Measuring the Effectiveness of Error Messages Designed for
Novice Programmers
 	Guillaume Marceau (1), Kathi Fisler (1), and Shriram Krishnamurthi
(2); (1)Worcester Polytechnic Institute, (2)Brown University

14:30	JazzScheme: Evolution of a Lisp-Based Development System
 	Guillaume Cartier and Louis-Julien Guillemette; Auphelia
Technologies Inc.

15:00	Break

Session 4

15:30	The Design of a Functional Image Library
 	Ian Barland (1), Robert Findler (2), and Matthew Flatt (3);
(1)Radford University, (2)Northwestern University, (3)University of
Utah

16:00	Enabling cross-library optimization and compile-time error
checking in the presence of procedural macros
 	Andrew Keep and R. Kent Dybvig; Indiana University

16:30	Break

Session 5

17:00	Guiding Requirements for the Ongoing Scheme Standardization
Process
 	Mario Latendresse; SRI International

17:20	Lightning talks; Speakers to be announced at the workshop

Sunday, August 22

8:15	Breakfast

9:00	Invited Talk; Contracts in Racket
 	Robert Findler; Northwestern University

10:00	Break

Session 6

10:30	Report by the Scheme Language Steering Committee and
 	report by the Scheme Language Working Groups

12:00	Closing