Call for Proposals (MoDELS06 Satelite Events)



Call for Proposals (MoDELS06 Satelite Events)

From: Emanuel Grant ^lt;grante@cs.und.edu>
Date: Thu 30 Mar 2006 - 21:10:54 BST
Message-ID: <442C3B4E.9030409@cs.und.edu>
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS

SATELLITE EVENTS

ACM/IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODEL DRIVEN ENGINEERING 
LANGUAGES AND SYSTEMS

Following the tradition of previous Conferences, MoDELS 2006 will host a 
number of satellite events.

WORKSHOPS: The workshops will provide a collaborative forum for a group 
of (typically 15 to 30) participants to exchange recent or preliminary 
results, to conduct intensive discussions on a particular topic, or to 
coordinate efforts between representatives of a technical community.  
DATES: Deadline for submissions: May 8, 2006, Notification of 
acceptance: June 26, 2006.

TUTORIALS: The audience for tutorials will comprise practitioners, 
industrial and academic researchers, and developers familiar with and 
already working with models. Successful tutorials will be highly focused 
on advanced topics.  DATES: Deadline for submissions: May 8, 2006, 
Notification of acceptance: June 26, 2006.

PANELS: MoDELS panels present an opportunity to discuss and debate a 
current topic with informed and experienced modellers. We invite you to 
organize and submit a proposal for a panel that is informative and 
thought provoking - indeed, even controversial! The best participants 
include people with a variety of backgrounds and viewpoints.   Panel 
submissions should include statements on the relevance and timeliness of 
he topic, and should identify the panellists, indicating at least an 
initial commitment from them.  DATES: TBA.

TOOL EXHIBITION: Vendors of commercial software modeling tools are 
invited to participate in the exhibition to be held alongside the 
technical sessions. The goal of the tool exhibitors session is to make 
conference participants aware of the technologies that are available to 
support model-driven development. It is expected that attendees will 
discuss the demonstrated technologies with their developers or 
distributors. Each exhibitor can present more than one tool in the same 
area.   DATES: Deadline for submission: August 29, 2005, Exhibitors 
notification: September 5, 2005.

POSTERS: Posters and Demos are invited from authors who wish to present 
their on-going research work. The new MoDELS 2005 will follow the 
previous tradition of hosting posters and demos of exciting new work 
that may not yet be sufficiently matured for a publishable scientific 
paper. Posters that include live demonstrations are particularly 
encouraged.  DATES: TBA.

Details of the proposal process are on the conference web site 
<http://www.modelsconference.org/>: http://www.modelsconference.org/
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