MODELS'08 - One week before early registration deadline

MODELS'08 - One week before early registration deadline

From: Benoit Baudry <>
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2008 06:44:29 -0600
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Deadline for early registration at MODELS'08 : Sept. 10, 2008

All information is available here :


MODELS'08 Call for Participation

11th International Conference on
Model-Driven Engineering Languages and Systems

Sept. 28 - Oct. 3, 2008 in Toulouse, France

MODELS is the premier conference in model-driven approaches to
software development, bringing together practitioners and researchers
to present and discuss both practical experience
and innovative techniques.

MODELS’08 will take place in Toulouse, the 4th town in France
(by size), and the 2nd town in France by number of students (
115000 students, 10000 researchers). The conference will be
located in Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis.

In addtion to the presentation of the latest research and experience
results, the MODELS'08 program will include


Don Batory (University of Texas, USA) The Objects and Arrows
of Computational Designs

Jeff Kramer (London Imperial College, UK) "Abstraction and
Modelling - a complementary partnership"

Patrick Rauhut (Airbus, Germany) "3D parametric models for
aeroplanes – from idea to design"


Past and future of MDD.
Grady Booch, Richard Soley, Jeff Kramer,
Bran Selic, Patrick Farail

Addressing the Challenges of Multi-Modeling for
Domain-Specific Modeling Languages.
Trip Denton, Edward A. Lee, Jose Meseguer,
Douglas C. Schmidt


Security Modeling Security
ChaMDE Challenges in Model Driven Software Engineering
NFPinDSML Non-Functional System Properties in Domain
Specific Modeling Languages
TWOMDE Transforming and Weaving Ontologies and Model
Driven Engineering
ESMDE Empirical Studies of Model Driven Engineering
ACES-MB Model Based Architecting and Construction of
Embedded Systems
MCCM Model co-evolution and consistency management
QiM Quality in Modeling
MOTHIS Model-based Design of Trustworthy Health
Information Systems
MDWE Model-Driven Web Engineering
OCL OCL Tools: From Implementation to Evaluation and Comparison


T1: Aspect-Oriented Modeling
T2: Model-to-model Transformation with ATL,
T3: Model-based vs. Code-based Verification for Critical Systems
T4: Product-line Modeling and Automation with Eclipse
T5: Model-driven Engineering for Continuous System Integration
of Large-scale Component-based Systems
T6: Effective Model Driven Engineering Patterns Principles
and Practices in Action
T7: Model Driven Language Engineering
T8: Analyzing UML/OCL Models wit HOL-OCL
T9: Model-based Development of Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA)

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