[ecoop-info] MODELS 2014 - Call for Participation

Alessandro Garcia afgarcia at inf.puc-rio.br
Tue Aug 26 14:10:50 CEST 2014

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MODELS 2014: Call for Participation
Valencia, Spain
28 September 2014 through 3 October 2014
Follow MODELS 2014 on Twitter https://twitter.com/modelsconf

Sponsored by IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, ACM, and ACM SIGSOFT


MODELS is the premier venue for the exchange of innovative ideas
and experiences of model-based approaches in the development of
complex systems. Since 1998, MODELS has provided a broad forum
for reporting scientific progress as well as experiences stemming
from practical application of model-based methods.

*** Registration ***

Register online at http://models2014.dsic.upv.es/registration_info.htm
before August 31 to take advantage of the early bird registration

We also encourage you to reserve your hotel rooms early as possible.
More information about the hotel rates and registration can be found here:


*** Keynote Speakers ***

- Nuria Oliver, Telefonica Research, Spain
“Towards data-driven models of human behavior

- Wolfgang Grieskamp, Google Inc., USA
“Modeling: a practical perspective”

- José Meseguer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
“Why Formal Modeling Language Semantics Matters”

*** Main Conference ***

* Foundations Track (31 papers):
Foundations track papers describe original scientifically rigorous
solutions to significant model-based development problems.

* Model-driven Engineering In Practice (MEIP) Track (10 papers):
MEIP track papers provide a realistic and verifiable picture
of the current state-of-the-practice in model-based engineering and
explore the problems encountered by the industrial adoption of
model-based techniques.

*** Workshops ***

The following workshops will take place at MODELS 2014:

- 2nd Workshop On the Globalization of Modeling Languages (GEMOC)

- TowArds the Model DrIveN Organization (AMINO)

- Architecture-Centric Virtual Integration with AADL (ACVI)

- Model Based Architecting and Construction of Embedded Systems (ACESMB)

- Workshop on OCL and Textual Modeling: Applications and Case Studies (OCL)

- 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering on and for the 
Cloud (CloudMDE)

- 1st International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for 
Component-Based Software Systems (ModComp)

- Combining Modelling with Search- and Example-Based Approaches (CMSEBA)

- 3rd International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for High 
Performance and CLoud computing (MDHPCL)

- Extreme Modelling (XM)

- 1st International Workshop on Multi-Level Modeling (MULTI)

- 9th International Workshop on Models at run.time<mailto:Models at run.time> 

- Open Source Software for Model Driven Engineering (OSS4MDE)

- Analysis of Model Transformations (AMT)

- Model-Driven Engineering, Verification and Validation Integrating 
Verification and Validation in MDE (MoDeVVa)

- Model-Driven Development Processes and Practices (MD2P2)

- Workshop on Multi-Paradigm Modeling (MPM)

- International Workshop on Models and Evolution (ME)

*** Tutorials ***

We are very pleased to announce the following tutorials:
- AADLv2, a Domain Specific Language for the Modeling, the Analysis and 
the Generation of Real-Time Embedded Systems (F. Singhoff and J. Hugues)
- Language Modeling Principles (R. Laemmel)
- Applying Model Driven Engineering Technologies in the Creation of 
Domain Specific Modeling Languages (B. Trask and A. Roman)
- Metamodeling, Model Processing and Simulation – Putting the Puzzle 
Pieces Together Based on Industrial Experiences (G. Mezei, L. Lengyel, 
T. Mészáros and T. Vajk)
- How to megamodel diagrammatically: theory and practice (Z. Diskin, S. 
Kokaly, T. Maibaum and R. Paige)
- Model-Driven Requirements Engineering (J. Araújo, A. Moreira, G. 
Mussbacher and P. Sanchez)
- How to run a Multi-Customer Software Engineering Capstone Course (B. 
Brügge, S. Krusche and L. Alperowitz)
- Open Modelica (P. Fritzson and H. Vangeluwe)

*** Demonstrations ***

We are also pleased to announce the following nine 30-minute 
demonstrations will be
presented from Wednesday to Thursday. A video of each demonstration is 
as a hyperlink in the demonstrations' web page (URL above).

- DPLfw: a Framework for the Product-Line-Based Generation of Variable 
Content Documents (Abel Gómez, Inria, France Pau Martí, Ma. Carmen 
Penadés, José H. Canós)
- Automatic Generation of Consistency-Preserving Edit Operations for MDE 
Tools (Michaela Rindt, Timo Kehrer, Udo Kelter)
- Umple: An Open-Source Tool for Easy-To-Use Modeling, Analysis, and 
Code Generation (Timothy Lethbridge)
- Combining Textual and Web-Based Modeling (Martin Haeusler, Matthias 
Farwick, Thomas Trojer)
- DSLFORGE: Textual Modeling on the Web (Amine Lajmi, Jabier Martinez, 
Tewfik Ziadi)
- JUMP - From Java Annotations to UML Profiles (Alexander Bergmayr, 
Michael Grossniklaus, Manuel Wimmer, Gerti Kappel)
- Tool support for Collaborative Software Quality Management (Philipp 
Kaib, Ruth Breu)
- From Pen-and-Paper Sketches to Prototypes: The Advanced Interaction 
Design Environment (Harald Störrle)
- Concern-Driven Software Development with jUCMNav and TouchRAM 
(Nishanth Thimmegowda, Omar Alam, Matthias Schöttle, Wisam Al Abed, 
Thomas Di’Meco, Laura Martellotto, Gunter Mussbacher, Jörg Kienzle)


*** Symposia ***

Doctoral Symposium:
The goal of the Doctoral Symposium is to provide a forum where
PhD students can present their work in progress and to foster
the role of MODELS as a premier venue for research in model-driven

Educator’s Symposium:
The Educators' Symposium at MODELS focuses on discussing teaching
various modeling technologies to software engineers at universities
and software industries.


*** About Valencia and the Conference Location ***

MODELS 2014 will take place in the vibrant city of Valencia in Spain.
Valencia is Spain's third largest metropolitan area and offers a rich 
heritage of music, art, gastronomy, architecture and folklore.

Attendees visiting the city can enjoy an historic Mediterranean city
that is a fascinating mixture of different cultures and religions that
still remains alive in the numerous city's monuments and typical streets,
combined with the most absolute modernity exemplified by the modern
"Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias". With 14 technology institutes,
a broad network of infrastructures and industries, and an academic
system formed by 7 universities and their business parks, Valencia
also is a recognized center for education and research.

MODELS 2014 will be organized in the Ciudad Politécnica de la 
which is a scientific park within the Universitat Politècnica de 
València<http://www.upv.es/index-en.html> campus.

For information on registration, please visit

Alessandro Garcia
Associate Professor           mailto: afgarcia at inf.puc-rio.br
Informatics Department, PUC-Rio
R. Marquês de São Vicente, 225 - Gávea
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Post code: 22453-900

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