event Archive

OCL Workshop 2017 – Recent developments in OCL and Textual Modeling

The meeting place for all kinds of discussions and new proposals around the world of OCL and textual modeling languages

Grand Challenges in Modeling (2017)

First workshop ever focused on discussing the grand challenges in modeling and model-driven engineering. Don't miss it!

Sirius – The easiest way to get your own modeling tool

Sirius is an (Eclipse-based) open Source technology that you can use to easily create a customized modeling workbench. Learn more about what Sirius can do for you and do not miss the free SiriusCon conference coming up next month

Ericsson Modeling Days

A new edition of the Ericsson Modeling days is coming up. A unique opportunity to meet with plenty of companies interested in model-driven engineering

No modeling papers at ICSE (once again)

Model­-driven engineering for the 2nd year in a row got zero papers accepted at the Int. Conf. on Software Engineering. Is this normal?

Recent developments in Cloud modeling – CloudMDE Workshop

Summary of the CloudMDE workshpo where we discussed the latest research results regarding the intersection of cloud and modeling / MDE

Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering, Logic and Optimization – MELO 2016

I’m coorganizing MELO 2016, a workshop co-located with STAF 2016 (Vienna, July 4th). The main goal

Quality Aspects in Model Driven Engineering (QMDE Track at QUATIC 2016)

I'm co-chairing this track bringing together MDE and quality. Selected papers will be invited to an Special issue in COMLAN Elsevier

xtUML 2015 Conference – A Good Start

Summary of a two-day conference to strengthen the xtUML community, covering its OSS tool for Executable UML modeling, xtUML syntax and methodology and more!

Model Driven Software Engineering in the Real World by InfoQ

Interesting interview to Robert Howe (CEO of Verum) on the current status and future evolution of the model-driven engineering landscape published by InfoQ

Cutting-edge research on model-driven engineering (accepted papers at Models’15)

List of accepted papers for the foundations and in practice tracks at Models 2015. Get excited about what you'll see in Ottawa!

Best modeling papers from 2015

See the WordCloud we get by taking the titles of research papers submitted to Models 2015

Un-modeling, because modeling is dead

Marco Brambilla claims that modeling should be hidden under the hood. The challenge is not to show off modeling but the contrary to hide it so that users can benefit from it with limited exposure

6 new DSLs to model cloud applications

Discover a set of new DSLs aimed at facilitating the specification of all aspects of cloud-based applications

Explicating and reasoning with model uncertainty

Our specification of models with uncertainty implicitly encodes a set of alternative possible models where we are not sure which is the correct one

What Software Engineering researchers are working on

Yesterday I attended the ASE PC Workshop on the State of the Art in Automated Software

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

As promised, now that we have completed the selection of the research papers to be presented

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

We have now closed the abstract submission phase for ECMFA’14 (European Conference on Modeling Foundations and

Body of Knowledge for software languages – SL(E)BOK

A call for action from Jean-Marie Favre regarding the constitution of  a body of knowledge on language engineering:

Summary of Code Generation 2012 (and the co-located Language Workbench Challenge)

Quick note to recommend you reading the summary of the Code Generation 2012 Conference and the