[ecoop-info] MODELS 2013: Call for Satellite Events

Martina Seidl seidl at big.tuwien.ac.at
Wed May 1 20:08:39 CEST 2013

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Call for Satellite Events and Other Contributions @ MODELS 2013
(Workshops, Symposia, Demos, Posters, ACM SRC)

Miami Beach Resort and Spa
Miami, Florida, USA
29 September 2013 through 4 October 2013


Follow MODELS 2013 on Twitter http://twitter.com/models2013

Sponsored by IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, and the ACM


MODELS, the International Conference on Model Driven Engineering
Languages and Systems, solicits original contributions to its
affiliated workshops and satellite events, and invites participants
to its exciting tutorials.

MODELS is the premier venue for the exchange of innovative ideas and
experiences of model-based approaches in the development of complex

With its 16th anniversary, this year's MODELS research community
is challenged to demonstrate the maturity and effectiveness of
model-driven engineering in established application domains like
business information or embedded systems, as well as explore its
limits, by investigating new applications areas and combinations
with other emerging technologies, such as cyber-physical systems,
semantic web, and cloud computing. To provide a broader forum for
reporting on scientific progress, as well as experiences and issues
stemming from practical application of model-based methods, the
conference has open calls for workshop papers, both Educators and
Doctoral symposiums, posters, ACM Student Research Competition
posters, and demonstrations.

*** Call for WORKSHOP Papers ***

The following workshops will take place at MODELS 2013:

- TowArds the Model DrIveN Organization (AMINO)
- Model Based Architecting and Construction of Embedded Systems
- Extreme Modelling (XM)
- Models at run.time
- Model-Driven Engineering By Example (MDEBE)
- Model-Driven Engineering for High Performance and CLoud computing
- Analysis of Model Transformation (AMT)
- Globalization of Modeling Languages (GeMOC)
- Non-functional System Properties in Modeling - Analysis, Languages,
   and Processes (NiM - ALP)
- OCL, Model Constraint and Query Languages
- Models and Evolution (ME)
- Multi-Paradigm Modeling (MPM)
- Modeling Outside the Box (MOB)
- Experiences and Empirical Studies in Software Modelling (EESSMOD)
- Model-Driven Engineering, Verification and Validation Integrating
   Verification and Validation in MDE (MoDeVVA)
- Fourth International Workshop on Comparing Modeling Approaches (CMA)
- Semantic Information Federation (SIMF)
- Domain-Specific Languages for Financial Systems (DSLFin)

The workshops will provide a collaborative forum to exchange recent
and/or preliminary results, conduct intensive discussions on a
particular topic, and coordinate efforts between representatives of
a technical community. The workshops are also intended to be a forum
for lively discussion of innovative ideas, recent progress, or
practical experience concerning topics within the scope of the MODELS

For further submission details see


==== Important Dates ====

15 July 2013            Workshop Paper Submission Deadline
23 August 2013          Workshop Paper Notification to Authors
29 Sept - 1 Oct 2013    Workshops

==== Proceedings ====

Workshop papers will be published in a post-conference edition of
CEUR and indexed by DBLP.


*** Call for Other Contributions to MODELS 2013 Events ***

Deadline: 15 July 2013

- Demos: http://modelsconference.org/call-demonstrations.html

- Posters: http://modelsconference.org/call-posters.html

- Doctoral Symposium: http://modelsconference.org/call-docsymp.html

- Educators Symposium: http://modelsconference.org/call-edusymp.html

- ACM Student Research Competition:

Papers and extended abstracts will be published in a post-conference
edition of CEUR and indexed by DBLP.


*** Invitation to TUTORIALS ***

See http://modelsconference.org/tutorials.html

We are very pleased to announce the following tutorials:

- Applying Model-Driven Engineering Technologies in the Creation of
   Domain-Specific Modeling Languages (Bruce Trask and Angel Roman)

- Model Finding and Its Applications
   (Lionel Briand, Rolf Drechsler, and Mathias Soeken)

- Understanding Complex Changes and Improving the Quality of UML
   and Domain-Specific Models
   (Thorsten Arendt, Timo Kehrer, and Gabriele Taentzer)

- Empirical Research in Model Based Software Engineering
   (Michel Chaudron, Marcela Genero, Silvia Abrahao, Jon Whittle,
   Lars Pareto)

- The Theory and Practice of Modeling Language Design
   (Bran Selic)

- Implementing a DSL with the Intentional Domain Workbench
   (Shane Clifford and Mats Helander)

- Feature Model Management: Smart Operations and Language Support
   (Philippe Collet, Philippe Lahire, Mathieu Acher, and Robert France)

- Modeling Software Structures with GrammarLab
   (Vadim Zaytsev)

- DSL Engineering
   (Markus Voelter)

- UML Testing Profile - A Language for Model-based Testing
   (Marc-Florian Wendland, and Ina Schieferdecker)

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