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      35th ECOOP 2021: Aarhus, Denmark (Virtual Conference)

      34th ECOOP 2020: Berlin, Germany (Virtual Conference)

      33rd ECOOP 2019: London, UK

      32nd ECOOP 2018: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      31st ECOOP 2017: Barcelona, Spain

      30th ECOOP 2016: Rome, Italy

      29th ECOOP 2015: Prague, Czech Republic

      28th ECOOP 2014: Uppsala, Sweden

      27th ECOOP 2013: Montpellier, France

      26th ECOOP 2012: Beijing, China

      25th ECOOP 2011: Lancaster, UK

      24th ECOOP 2010: Maribor, Slovenia

      23rd ECOOP 2009: Genoa, Italy

      22nd ECOOP 2008: Paphos, Cyprus

      21st ECOOP 2007: Berlin, Germany

      20th ECOOP 2006: Nantes, France

      19th ECOOP 2005: Glasgow, UK

      18th ECOOP 2004: Oslo, Norway

      17th ECOOP 2003: Darmstadt, Germany

      16th ECOOP 2002: Málaga, Spain

      15th ECOOP 2001: Budapest, Hungary

      ECOOP 2001 Home Page

      14th ECOOP 2000: Sophia Antipolis and Cannes, France

      13th ECOOP 1999: Lisbon, Portugal

      12th ECOOP 1998: Brussels, Belgium

      ECOOP'98 Home Page

      The idea for this book arose from a number of discussions and presentations given at two ECOOP'98 workshops: the Workshop on Distributed Object Security and the Workshop on Mobility: Secure Internet Mobile Computation.

      11th ECOOP 1997: Jyväskylä, Finland

      10th ECOOP 1996: Linz, Austria

      9th ECOOP 1995: Åarhus, Denmark

      8th ECOOP 1994: Bologna, Italy

      Selected papers were published in TAPOS 1(1), 1995

      7th ECOOP 1993: Kaiserslautern, Germany

      6th ECOOP 1992: Utrecht, The Netherlands

      5th ECOOP 1991: Geneva, Switzerland

      4th ECOOP 1990 / 5. OOPSLA 1990: Ottawa, Canada

      SIGPLAN Notices 25(10)

      3rd ECOOP 1989: Nottingham, UK

      2nd ECOOP 1988: Oslo, Norway

      1st ECOOP 1987: Paris, France

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