NW-MoDE 2010: Call for Participation

NW-MoDE 2010: Call for Participation

From: Dragos Truscan <dragos.truscan_at_abo.fi>
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 13:06:23 +0300
Message-ID: <4C402F1F.70008@abo.fi>
-- Call for Participation --

8th Nordic Workshop on Model-Driven Software Engineering (NW-MoDE 2010)

23-24 August 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark

co-located with the 4th European Conference on Software Architecture 
(ECSA 2010)

Web-site: http://www.itu.dk/~wasowski/events/nwmode10/

Early Registration Deadline: July 24, 2010. A discount is offered for 
those registering to both NW-MODE 2010 and ECSA 2010.
Registration details http://events.itu.dk/nwmode10/registration.html

The Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Software Engineering brings together 
industry practitioners and academic researchers to share experiences and 
latest research on model driven software engineering and development. 
The workshop is a forum to present experiences and ongoing research in 
software engineering and model-driven engineering in particular, but 
also functions as an event for establishing co-operative research 
projects between the participants and working on joint research papers.

Model driven software development approaches (MDE, MDA, MDD) have 
matured and grown out from an academic research community to gain wider 
industrial adoption. They are now perceived as one of the mainstream 
technologies to improve the productivity of software teams and the 
quality of products. Model-driven engineering can bring important 
benefits to software architectures; however there are still challenges 
to be addressed in order to realize a successful integration. This year, 
the NW-MoDE workshop focuses on the relations between the model-driven 
paradigm and the software architecture field.

• Presentations of the accepted papers
• Special sessions on selected topics
• Industrial presentations
• Working sessions
• Panel discussion

• Model-driven development and software architecture
• Experiences and applications: empirical work on modeling and model 
driven engineering, and experiences in working with models in industry;
• Model driven development: model based software and system engineering, 
analysis of models, model transformations, approaches supporting reuse, 
and tool support for modeling;
• Models in Web Services engineering;
• Modeling languages: domain specific languages and profiles, 
standardization activities, language design and engineering, and tool 
• Modeling processes: processes for model driven engineering, and 
modeling of engineering processes;
• Model processing operations: version management of models, model 
integration, model differencing, and model synthesis;
• Quality of models and modeling: measuring quality of models, and 
modeling processes;
• Model-based/driven testing, validation and verification, and
• Other topics: model integration, code generation from models, reverse 
engineering into models, and evolution of models.

• Øystein Haugen (SINTEF, Norway)
• Rogardt Heldal (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
• Kai Koskimes (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
• Ludwik Kuzniarz (Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden)
• Johan Lilius (Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
• Ian Oliver (Nokia Research Center, Finland)
• Lars Pareto (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
• Ivan Porres (Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
• Miroslaw Staron (IT University of Goteborg, Sweden)
• Eleni Stroulia (University of Alberta, Canada)
• Dragos Truscan (Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
• Andrzej Wąsowski (IT University, Denmark)
• Kasper Østerbye (IT University, Denmark)

General Chair
Andrzej Wąsowski
IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark

Programme Chair
Dragos Truscan
Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland

Special Session Chair
Ludwik Kuzniarz
Blekinge Institute of Technology

Highlights of the ECSA 2010 week:

- Keynote Talks
- Research and Experience Papers
- Industry Track
- Tutorials
- Workshops
- Doctoral Symposium
- Tool Demonstrations & Posters

Keynote Speakers:
Architecture in the Age of Compositionality Jan Bosch, Intuit, USA.

Where did all this good architectural knowledge go?
Philippe Kruchten, UBC,Vancouver, Canada.

REST Style Architectures in Practice for Building Very Large Scale
Enterprise Systems, Jim Webber, ThoughtWorks, UK.

List of ECSA 2010 Tutorials

T1: Architectural rendering with ISO/IEC 42010
T2: The DCI Architecture: Lean and Agile at the Code Level
T3: Requirements Engineering Meets Architecture - An Integrated Approach
T4: Architecting Multi-Agent Systems
T5: Software Architecture Knowledge Management in Practice
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