UML 2004: Call for Tutorial Proposals

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From: Joćo Araśjo (
Date: Tue 04 May 2004 - 18:05:20 BST

Call for Tutorial Proposals

7th International Conference on the
Unified Modeling Language
<<UML>> 2004
October 11-15, 2004

Proposals for tutorials on advanced topics related to UML are solicited. The
audience for tutorials will comprise of practitioners, industrial and
academic researchers, and developers familiar with and already working with
UML. As a result, introductory tutorials on UML are not recommended.
Instead, successful tutorials will be highly focussed on advanced topics,
such as the following (non-exhaustive) list:

+ improving and evolving UML;
+ developing sophisticated tools to support UML;
+ the next generation of visual modelling languages;
+ applying UML effectively in specialized domains;
+ advances in the UML Standard;
+ UML and requirements engineering;
+ MDA and UML.

Tutorials will last for half a day (or one day, if there is an adequate
reason for this) and may be given by a single or multiple presenters. They
are encouraged to include presentations as well as interactive discussions
and problem solving sessions.

Proposals for tutorials should be submitted electronically to Ezra K. Mugisa
( and should be in ASCII or HTML format.


11 June 2004: Deadline for submission
11 July 2004: Notification of acceptance
10 September 2004: Camera-ready copy of tutorial notes

Further questions should be directed to the Tutorials Chair, Ezra K. Mugisa

See the general conference web site: for
further details about the <<UML>> 2004 conference and the venue.

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