[ecoop-info] CFP: 1st Brazilian Workshop on Model-Driven Development

Alessandro Garcia afgarcia at inf.puc-rio.br
Tue May 25 05:42:03 CEST 2010

[First Call for Papers]
1st Brazilian Workshop on Model-Driven Development

27 September 2010, Salvador, BA - Brazil

co-located with the 1st Brazilian Conference on Software: Theory and
Practice (CBSoft)

Important Dates
Submission deadline:           25 June 2010
Notification of acceptance:  25 July 2010
Camera-ready copy due:    02 August 2010

**** Theme ****

Model-driven development (MDD) shifts the development focus from code to
models. The major advantage of this is that practitioners can tackle the
inability of third-generation languages (such as Java, C++ and Python) to
alleviate the complexity of development platforms and express high-level
concepts effectively. Thus the goal of this workshop is to bring together
students, researchers and practitioners with different backgrounds and who
have worked directly or indirectly with MDD to: (i) discuss the beneficial
and harmful impact of MDD on practitioners’ productivity; (ii) understand
how MDD is currently being applied in industrial projects; (iii) identify
possible factors affecting its success/failure; and (iv) discuss the
fundamental principles, state-of-the-art techniques, good practices, and
emerging challenges governing the contemporary application of MDD.

**** Topics of Interest ****

We are interested in submissions from both industry and academia on all
topics related to MDD. These include, but are not limited to:

* Domain-specific modeling languages (e.g., UML profiles, SySML, etc)
* Domain-specific modeling environment
* Model composition
* Model transformation
* Modeling tools
* Reverse engineering
* Experience report in model-driven development
* Good practices in model-driven development
* Model management
* New paradigms in model-driven development
* Model-driven software product lines
* Metamodeling
* Empirical studies on model-driven development

**** Paper Submission Details ****

We are soliciting research papers or experience reports, which describe
ongoing work, new ideas or experiences (up to 8 pages), and position
papers (up to 4 pages). Paper submission must conform to the SBC format
(http://www.sbc.org.br). All submissions must be original, unpublished,
and not submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. All submitted
paper will be reviewed by at least three program committee members.

**** Further Information ****

Workshop-related email should be addressed to: kfarias at inf.puc-rio.br or
brunocs at dcc.ufba.br
Workshop home page: http://www.les.inf.puc-rio.br/opus/wbdsdm

**** General Chair ****

Alessandro Garcia, PUC-Rio, Brazil

**** Program Chair ****

Cláudia Werner, UFRJ, Brazil

**** Organizing Committee ****

Alessandro Garcia, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Bruno C. Silva, UFBA, Brazil
Chessman Faria, UFRJ, Brazil
Cláudia Werner, UFRJ, Brazil
Flávio Wagner, UFRGS, Brazil
Kleinner Farias, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Leonardo Murta, UFF, Brazil
Paulo Masiero, USP, Brazil

**** Industrial Committee ****

Fábio Basso, Adapt IT, Brazil
Rodrigo Monteiro, MDArte, Brazil
Thomas Cottenier, Hengsoft, EUA

**** Program Committee (Being Finalized; To Be Confirmed):

Ana Paula Bacelo, PUC-RS, Brazil
Arndt von Staa, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Carlos Lucena, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Cecília Rubira, Unicamp, Brazil
Cláudio Sant'Anna, UFBA, Brazil
Cristiano Braga, UFF, Brazil
Daniel Lucrédio, UFSCAR, Brazil
Eber Schmitz, UFRJ, Brazil
Flávio R. Wagner, UFRGS, Brazil
Franklin Ramalho, UFCG, Brazil
Genaina Rodrigues, UnB, Brazil
Jon Whittle, Lancaster Univ., UK
Karin Breitman, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Leonardo Murta, UFF, Brazil
Paulo Borba, UFPE, Brazil
Paulo Masiero, USP, Brazil
Paulo Pires, UFRN, Brazil
Rita Suzana Maciel, UFBA, Brazil
Thais Batista, UFRN, Brazil
Toacy Oliveira, UFRJ, Brazil
Uira Kulesza, UFRN, Brazil
Viviane Torres, UFF, Brazil

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