The AITO Test of Time Award
In 2016, AITO established an annual Test of Time Award to recognize a research contribution that had a lasting impact on the field. The award is given by AITO at the ECOOP conference to the authors of an ECOOP paper published 20 years earlier.
The award will be given by a three person committee composed of
- a member of the AITO executive committee
- a member of the organizing or program committee of the year in question
- a member of the organizing or program committee of the year when the award will be given
Recipients of the Award
- 2021, Aarhus
An Overview of AspectJ. Gregor Kiczales, Erik Hilsdale, Jim Hugunin, Mik Kersten, Jeffrey Palm, William G. Griswold. ECOOP 2001
- 2020, Berlin
Load-time Structural Reflection in Java. Shigeru Chiba. ECOOP 2000
- 2019, London
Unifying Genericity - Combining the Benefits of Virtual Types and Parameterized Classes. Kresten Krab Thorup, Mads Torgersen. ECOOP 1999
- 2018, Amsterdam
Flexible Alias Protection. James Noble, Jan Vitek, John Potter. ECOOP 1998.
- 2017, Barcelona
Aspect-oriented programming. Gregor Kiczales, John Lamping, Anurag Mendhekar, Chris Maeda, Cristina Lopes, Jean-Marc Loingtier, John Irwin. ECOOP 1997.
- 2016, Rome
Eliminating Virtual Function Calls in C++ Programs. Gerald Aigner, Urs Hölzle. ECOOP 1996.