UML'2001: Call For Participation



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Jean-Michel BRUEL (Jean-Michel.Bruel@univ-pau.fr)
Thu, 5 Jul 2001 16:53:27 +0200 (MET DST)


(Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement) -------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Participation Fourth International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language <<UML2001>> Modeling Languages, Concepts and Tools http://www.cs.toronto.edu/uml2001 October 1-5, 2001, Toronto, Ontario, Canada -------------------------------------------------------------- The Conference The Unified Modeling Language (UML) has rapidly become the "lingua-franca" of the software design and development community, both in industry and academia. The <<UML>> series of conferences is the premier venue for the exchange of innovative technical ideas and experiences relating to UML. The conference includes, among its active participants, the originators of UML and other key individuals involved in the definition and evolution of the standard. <<UML>> 2001 takes place during the work on the next major revision of UML, UML 2.0, and will have a strong bearing on the standard.It will provide a forum for lively and exciting debate on key issues of the moment, and will be held in one of the most exciting cities in North America. Highlights of the programme include: Invited talks from Werner Damm, John Mylopoulos, Jim Rumbaugh A quality technical programme of papers, tutorials, workshops, and panels, covering the development and application of UML and its possible supercedants. The Venue The City of Toronto is the biggest canadian city (about 4,5 millions people) and the financial center of the country. It has been called the most multicultural city in the world, hosting more than 50,000 new immigrants per year,and boasting more than 100 languages spoken by some of its citizens. The Conference will take place in the Sheraton Centre Hotel. The Sheraton Centre is located in downtown Toronto within walking distance of the CN Tower, the Skydome, the Air Canada Centre, the University of Toronto, the Eaton Center, the harbour front, the Ontario Lake and other Toronto attractions. The Banquet will take place at the top of the CN tower. Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon. At a height of 553.33 m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), it is the World's Tallest Building and Free Standing Structure, an important telecommunications hub, and the centre of tourism in Toronto. Further details For further details visit http://www.cs.toronto.edu/uml2001 or contact: Jaelson Castro jbc@cin.ufpe.br Centro de Informatica Tel : +55 81 271 8430 Universidade Federal Pernambuco, Brazil Fax : +55 81 271 8438 Martin Gogolla gogolla@informatik.uni-bremen.de Department of Computer Science Tel : +49 421 218 7469 University of Bremen, Germany Fax : +49 421 218 3054 Conference Committee General Chair: Cris Kobryn, USA Conference Chair: Jaelson Castro, Brazil Programme Chair: Martin Gogolla, Germany Tutorial/Workshop Chair: Heinrich Hussmann, Germany Publicity Chairs: J.-M. Bruel, France - Robert France, USA Local Organization: Manuel Kolp, Canada Steering Committee J. Bezivin, France A. Evans, UK S. Kent, UK B. Selic, Canada R. B. France (Chair), USA P.-A. Muller, France B. Rumpe, Germany Sponsored by: The IEEE Computer Society (Complexity in Computing) In cooperation with: The ACM Proceedings by: Springer Verlag With support from: The OMG Corporate Sponsors: Telelogic (Platinum Level) Academic Sponsors: Univ. Federal Pernambuco Univ. of Bremem Univ. of Toronto --------------------------------------------------------------


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