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Professor Michael Franz‘s 2009 paper “Optimization of Dynamic Languages Using Hierarchical Layering of Virtual Machines” was selected to receive the Most Notable Paper of DLS 2009 at this years edition of the Dynamic Languages Symposium, the main academic conference on dynamic programming language design and implementation.

As the jury writes, “we believe the last 10 years have shown this paper to be one of the early notable works on Meta VMs and Tracing.”

Congratulations to Professor Franz and his co-authors.