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What Software Engineering researchers are working on


Yesterday I attended the ASE PC Workshop on the State of the Art in Automated Software Engineering Research (preliminary to the ASE Program Board meeting) where many software engineering researchers took the opportunity to talk about the research topics they are working on. So, if you want to know what are the current research trends

Hot topics in MDE research (based on ECMFA accepted papers)

ecmfa wordcloud - accepted

As promised, now that we have completed the selection of the research papers to be presented at ECMFA’14 , I’m showing you the wordcloud for their titles so that you can get a feeling of what research teams on model-driven engineering are working on right now. As a reminder, this was the wordcloud for the

WordCloud for the ECMFA’14 conference (titles of submitted papers)

ECMFA wordcloud - submitted papers

We have now closed the abstract submission phase for ECMFA’14 (European Conference on Modeling Foundations and Apoplications) and I thought you may be curious to see the wordcloud that we get with the titles of all submitted papers (track Foundations only). I’ve just done minimal edits (e.g. to remove the words model and modeling which

Warming up: MoDELS, ECMFA and ICWE coming up soon


Later than expected (you can thank the wonderful “INRIA team activity report for 2013″ for that) we’re finally back with the first post of the year (I promise to resume my typical publishing pace soon), with the simple goal of reminding you three MDE-related conferences that are coming up soon and that I’m somehow involved

ECMFA (European Conference on Modeling Foundations and Applications) still exists!


Many of you (well, at least I hope some fo you) may be wondering what is going on with ECMFA since there is no CfP going around, no web page,… So, let me assure you that ECMFA’14 will take place as usual. It’s going to be part of the STAF federation of conferences on Software

OCL Workshop 2013 – Program and papers available

Quick note to let you know that the program and all pdfs of accepted papers are now available here. Hope you find the papers interesting!

MDD day in Paris (26/Jun/13) – My storified summary

For those that missed yesterday’s MDD day in Paris (organized by Reda Bendraou and Richard Paige). The agenda of the meeting (and very soon the slides of all talks) is available in the event page. I hope you appreciate the effort since the intensive tweeting from the event made me lose more than 20 followers

Modeling in Software Engineering 2013 – Twitter-based summary

(This year I missed the Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering @ ICSE 2013 but thanks to the great work of some tweeters (championed as usual by Richard) I was able to follow the key ideas and discussions that took place there. If you missed the tweets, you can still read them in my (slightly

MoDELS 2013 – List of Tutorials and Workshops available


You can already check the list of accepted workshops and tutorials for the MoDELS 2013 conference (in Miami next October). Among the workshops, I’d strongly recommend you to take a closer look at the “OCL, Model Constraint and Query Languages” workshop, for sure the most important venue to discuss with experts on OCL and textual

OCL Workshop 2012 – Proceedings available


The proceedings of the 2012 Workshop on OCL and Textual Modelling (OCL 2012) are now available on the ACM digital library . Remember that a summary of the papers and discussions from the workshop can be read here. Preproceedings versions of all papers are also available from the Program page in the Workshop site If

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