MDD4DRES Spring School - Tools and WiP sessions Call for Participation



MDD4DRES Spring School - Tools and WiP sessions Call for Participation

From: Mireille Blay-Fornarino <blay_at_polytech.unice.fr>
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2009 18:24:43 +0100
Message-ID: <498C725B.7010108@polytech.unice.fr>
                           CALL FOR PARTICIPATION



                        *Work in Progress and Tool sessions*

                        (April 22, 2009, Aussois, France)



in the scope of



            *MDD for Distributed Real-Time Embedded Sytems school*

                         (April 20-25, 2009, Aussois, France)







***    electronic submission, deadline February 28th, 2009 ***

***   WIP :    http://www.mdd4dres.info/wip  ***

***    TOOLS  :    http://www.mdd4dres.info/toolsession  ***



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To Participate to the school :

    APPLY ONLINE!  http://www.mdd4dres.info/registration

   please see http://www.mdd4dres.info/program for details

    Get a flyer (http://www.mdd4dres.info/flyer.pdf) and help us spread
the word!

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The MDD4DRES Spring School will include a /Work in Progress session and
a tool session/ on the 22^nd of April 2009.



The WIP session (April 22th) will be devoted to the presentation of new
and on-going projects and  also position papers and experimental tools.

All topics related to Model Driven Development for Distributed and
Real-Time Embedded Systems are invited. Works may be related to  theory,
applications, experiments or tools.

The purpose of the WIP session is to provide researchers an opportunity
to  discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback thereon from the
summer  school members (lecturers and students).



The Tool Session (April 22th) will be devoted to the demonstration of
commercial and research tools supporting model-driven development
processes in the following areas: generic and domain-specific modelling,
models analysis (e.g. schedulability & performances analysis), model
transformations, code generation, etc. Tools which provide specific
features for real-time embedded systems will be particularly welcomed.

The purpose of the session is both to provide school participants with
an overview of existing MDD tools, but also to enable tools providers to
reach the highly focused audience of the school.



*Submission Guidelines *



Submissions to the WIP sessions should be limited to 6 pages, IEEE
format. Submissions must be made electronically via email, in either
postscript or PDF format, via the easychair website (see
http://www.mdd4dres.info/wip page). The deadline for submissions is the
March 15th 2009. Notification  of accepted submission will be e-mailed
March 31th, 2009. For additional information contact the WIP chair :
jean-philippe.babau@univ-brest.fr

Additional information can be found at  http://www.mdd4dres.info/wip



Submissions to the Tool sessions should be limited to a description of
the tool and all relevant links. Submissions must be made electronically
via email, in either  postscript or PDF format (see
http://www.mdd4dres.info/toolsession page). (People who have already
provided descriptions, don't need to send it again). The deadline for
submissions is the March 15th 2009. Notification  of accepted submission
will be e-mailed as soon as a decision is made.

For additional information contact the TOOL session chair :

blay@polytech.unice.fr

Additional information can be found at http://www.mdd4dres.info/toolsession





Don't forget to also check the program of the MDD4DRES school:



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   MDD4DRES 2009 SYLLABUS OVERVIEW



   (please see http://www.mdd4dres.info/program for details)



Joseph Sifakis (Turing Award 2007, CNRS Verimag Lab, France)

  Embedded Systems Modelling and Analysis: Research Challenges



Robert France (Colorado State University - USA)

  Navigating the MDE RoadMap: Are we there yet?



Alain Clouard (STMicroelectronics - France)

  Model-Driven Development: Industrial needs and perspectives



Yves Bernard (Airbus - France)

  Fundamentals of model-based engineering for Airbus Avionics & Simulation



Stefan Kuntz (Continental Automotive Gmbh - Germany)

  Introduction to the Autosar Standard



Pierre-Alain Muller (University of  Haute Alsace -  France)

  On Meta-models and Language Engineering



Nicolas Rouquette (NASA - USA)

  Introduction to Executable UML



Benoit Baudry (IRISA Lab - France)

  Leveraging metamodels for model transformation testing



Christophe Gaston (CEA-LIST - France)

  Symbolic Execution Techniques for Test Purpose Definition



Sebastien Gerard (CEA-LIST - France)

  A Profile for Embedded Systems Development



Dorina C. Petriu (Carleton University - Canada)

  Model-based Performance Analysis



Lothar Thiele (ETH - Zurich)

  Component Based Schedulability Analysis



Peter Feiler (SEI -  USA)

  Validation of Safety-Critical Systems with AADL



Chris Raistrick (Kennedy-Carter - UK)

  Model Based Code Generation



Denis Aulagnier (Thales - France)

  SoC/SoPC development using MDA and MARTE profile



Tom Mens (University of Mons-Hainaut - Belgium)

  Model transformation: A Survey of the State-of-the-Art

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