Toulouse, France           28 September - 3 October
ACM/IEEE 11th International Conference on Model Driven
Engineering Languages and Systems


MODELS Research Projects Symposium

Tuesday September 30th, 14h-17h30

new The presentations made during the workshop are available here.


14h - 14h10 Introduction (10')
Session 1: Model Driven Engineering of Complex and Embedded Systems
14h10 - 15h30 Modelplex : MODELling solution for comPLEX software systems (20')
HCDDS : Frameworks and Tools for High-Confidence Design of Adaptive, Distributed Embedded Control Systems (20')
TOPCASED : Toolkit In OPen source for Critical Applications and SystEms Development (20')
SPICES : Support for Predictable Integration of mission Critical Embedded Systems (20')
Session 2: Aspect and Service Oriented Architectures
16h - 17h20 ALIVE : A Model Driven approach to Coordination and Organisation for Dynamic Services Engineering (20')
FAROS : Composition Environment for Building Reliable Service-Oriented Architectures (20')
AMPLE : Supporting Product Line Engineering through Synthesis of Aspect-Oriented and Model-Driven Development (20')
health@net : Concepts and Prototypes for a Patient-Centric Health Record in Austria (20')
Open discussion

Additionally, the following projects have been invited to present posters:

Aims, scope and agenda

This symposium aims to be a showcase for collaborative research projects in the areas of interest to the MODELS community (software and model engineering at large), as well as a forum where researchers (from the academia and the industry) and representatives of funding agencies could debate on state of affairs, stakeholders' interests, policies and trends in the development of research projects. The half-day event will consist of several short project presentations, followed by an open discussion.

For the project showcase sessions we seek contributions from either ongoing or recently finished projects. We are interested in projects which involve partners from both industry and academia, and which benefit from national or trans-national agency funding. The presented projects will be selected by a committee to reflect the geographical, organizational and funding diversity encountered in our community.

The open discussion will focus on issues concerning collaborative research in software engineering at large. The topics could include the following:

Call for submissions (closed)

To contribute with a project presentation, please send an e-mail to with a one page abstract and pointers to any additional available resources (e.g., project website). Please note that we only accept presentations consented by the manager of your project.

Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline: June 9th, 2008

Notification of acceptance: June 30th, 2008

Deadline for early registration: Sept. 10th, 2008

Symposium date: Sept. 30th, 2008 (afternoon)

Program Committee

Alain Rossignol, EADS Astrium, France

Andras Pataricza, Budapest University, Hungary

Iulian Ober, Toulouse University, France

Jochen Malte Küster, IBM, Switzerland

Susanne Graf, VERIMAG, France

Robert France, Colorado State University, USA

Betty Cheng, Michigan State University, USA

Agusti Canals, CS, France

Local organization

Iulian Ober, Toulouse University, France

Last update: 17/04/2008 by webmaster
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