ECMFA 2011: Call for Tools and Consultancy

ECMFA 2011: Call for Tools and Consultancy

From: Dimitris Kolovos <>
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2011 11:53:51 +0300
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ECMFA 2011

Seventh European Conference on Modelling,
Foundations and Applications

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
6-9th of June, 2011

ECMFA has traditionally had a very strong tools and consultancy
track since this is often the meeting place between academic and
industrial people interested in the practice of MDE. In this track, we
are soliciting demonstrations of academic, open source, and commercial
tools for applying MDE. MDE consultants are also welcome to
participate in this track and should prepare a portfolio of their
recent MDE consulting engagements. Commercial tool vendors and
consultants will be required to take up a level of sponsorship in
order to participate in the Tools track. 

The tool and consultancy track consists of:

- An exhibition area where tool providers and consultants can
demonstrate their tools and services to the conference attendees.
- A poster area where open source and academic tools can present their
tools to the conference attendees.
- A tools and services presentation track, running in parallel to the
main sessions of the conference.

Each exhibitor will get a slot in the tools and services presentation
track, which can used to discuss and demonstrate their tools and
services. Academic and open source tool providers with posters will
also be scheduled in the tools and services track.

Presentations from this track will be published in the CTIT Proceedings 
Series and as a technical report available on the web site as PDF download.

For your application please provide:

- Your affiliation
- A comprehensive (two to four page) description of the tool or
services to be presented, with emphasis on the aspects that make the
tool or service relevant in the context of MDE.
- Whether your tool is academic, open source, or commercial
- Whether you want to participate in the tools presentation track.

Your application (in PDF) should be sent to the Tools and Consultancy
chair: Dimitris Kolovos ( by May 15, 2011.

- Tools and poster proposals due: May 15, 2011 (extended deadline)
- Notification of tool and poster track acceptance: May 22, 2011

For further information please consult the ECMFA 2011 web site:
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