[Ace-users] [tao-users] MoDELS 2007 Call for Participation
Douglas C. Schmidt
schmidt at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Wed Aug 29 22:07:01 CDT 2007
The following conference may be of interest to the ACE+TAO+CIAO
community. Please note that it will be held in Nashville near/on the
Vanderbilt campus, so if you plan to come please let me know and we'll
arrange a time to meet/greet at ISIS!
MODELS 2007 -- First Call for Participation
ACM/IEEE 10th International Conference on
Model-Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
September 30 - October 5, 2007
Nashville (TN), USA
The past decade has witnessed an explosion of interest in advanced
techniques for expressing design intent at a higher level of abstraction
than third-generation programming languages and keeping abstract models of
complex software systems in sync with the underlying code. MODELS 2007
(formerly the UML series of conferences) is the premier conference in
model-driven approaches to software development. The conference includes:
scientific and experience papers, invited speakers, panels, tutorials, 11
workshops, 2 symposia, a tool exhibition, and posters.
The technical program includes 45 papers and five experience reports. Models
received 158 full paper submissions from 36 different countries, all of
which were thoroughly reviewed. Accepted papers cover topics such as
meta-modelling, model transformations, model analysis, aspect-oriented
modelling, and modelling process support.
Please visit the conference website http://www.modelsconference.org/ for
Patrick Lardieri, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Lab
Mary Shaw, Carnegie Mellon University
Kevin Sullivan, University of Virginia
We advise you to register for the conference as soon as possible.
Advance registration: up to September 10th
Late registration : after September 10th
You can register online at the main conference website and find further
information there about accommodation.
MODELS 2007 is being held at the Marriott hotel at Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Hotel booking information can be found at the
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