The Midwest Society for Programming Languages and Systems is a group of people who are interested in programming languages, programming systems, and system software in general... and happen to be located somewhere near the midwestern USA.

The Society generally holds one-day workshop meetings at least once each academic year. The purpose of these meetings is to provide an informal forum for presenting and discussing new ideas and ongoing work, while encouraging interaction between researchers in this geographical area. Thus, MSPLS workshop meetings are places for exploring, not for publishing final results.

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Contacts: Gerald Baumgartner, Konstantin Läufer