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Review Date SIG Previous Review Date
08/01/2017 SIGLOG 08/21/2015
10/01/2017 SIGAPP 10/01/2013
SIGBio 10/01/2013
SIGOPS 10/01/2013
SIGSOFT 10/01/2013
SIGWEB 10/01/2013
03/01/2018 SIGACCESS 03/21/2014
SIGACT 03/21/2014
SIGCSE 03/21/2014
SIGDA 03/21/2014
SIGMIS 04/04/2017
SIGSAM 06/30/2017
10/01/2018 SIGARCH 10/16/2014
SIGBED 10/16/2014
SIGMETRICS 10/16/2014
03/01/2019 SIGCHI 03/31/2015
SIGCOMM 03/31/2015
SIGIR 03/31/2015
SIGITE 03/31/2015
SIGPLAN 03/31/2015
SIGSPATIAL 03/31/2015
06/01/2019 SIGAI 06/27/2017
SIGCAS 06/30/2017
08/01/2019 SIGMOBILE 08/21/2015
SIGUCCS 08/21/2015
04/01/2021 SIGAda 06/30/2017
SIGDOC 04/03/2017
SIGecom 06/30/2017
SIGEVO 06/12/2017
SIGGRAPH 04/01/2017
SIGHPC 03/29/2017
SIGKDD 10/05/2012
SIGMICRO 06/12/2017
SIGMM 04/04/2017
SIGMOD 03/27/2017
SIGSAC 05/10/2017
SIGSIM 05/10/2017

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The ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of programming languages and programming systems. Invited speakers are Derek Dreyer, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems; Gordon Plotkin, University of Edinburgh; and Sarah Lawsky, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Tutorials will cover Message-Passing Concurrency and Substructural Logics; Computational Higher Type Theory; and Relational Interpreters for Program Synthesis.