ACM/IEEE 18th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (Models 2015)
Organization: IEEE Computer Society
Venue: Delta Ottawa City Centre
|Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2015 / 9:00 am - (EST)||End Date/Time: Oct 02, 2015 / 2:00 pm - (EST)|
|Registration Date: Oct 02, 2015||Time: 09:00:00 - (EST)|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 25, 2015||Time: 23:59:00 - (EST)|
|Abstract Submission Date: May 01, 2015||Time: 23:59:00 - (EST)|
|Paper Submission Date: May 08, 2015||Time: 23:58:00 - (EST)|
A six day event targeting software engineers and computer scientists from industry and academia who are interested in all aspects of modeling software and systems.
It will be held in Ottawa Sep 27-Oct 2 2015 at the Delta Ottawa City Centre.
The first three days (Sunday-Tuesday) are the 'satellite events', a series of workshops and tutorials on modeling topics. The final three days (the 'main conference') consists of keynote talks, paper presentations, panels, demonstrations, and poster sessions. Also part of the conference are the 'educators symposium' dedicated to discussing how to teach models and modeling, the 'doctoral symposium' to help PhD students, and the 'ACM Student Research Competition'.
Participants may register for the satellite events, the main conference, or both. There are discounts for IEEE members, ACM members and students.
Throughout the conference, various vendors will display books, software tools, and other products and services. If you are interested in these opportunities, contact us to become a sponsor.
There will be a reception for the satellite events and another for the main conference. The conference banquet will be Thursday evening.
There are a series of calls for papers with different deadlines. The main conference papers are due May 1. Papers for the workshops and symposia are due later. However, the deadline for those wishing to organize workshops is March 12.
Topics at the conference include:
- Evaluation and comparison of modeling languages, techniques and tools
- Modeling standards and standards bodies such as OMG, ITU
- Syntax and semantics of modeling languages
- Model transformations
- Modeling tools
- Generative reengineering
- Code generation
- Quality assurance (analysis, testing, verification) for models
- Modeling non-functional properties
- Requirements modeling
- Process modeling
- Modeling in systems engineering
- New modeling formalisms, approaches and frameworks
- Model-driven engineering
- Modeling in open source
- Domain-specific modeling languages
- Eclipse Modeling Framework, Papyrus and other Eclipse projects
- Use Case Maps
- State machine modeling
- Data modeling
- Real time modeling
- Modeling in industry
- Modeling in government
- Integrating modeling and programming
- Modeling in software engineering
- Modeling for cyber-physical systems
- Modeling for cloud computing
- Modeling for data analytics and big data, systems engineering
- Collaborative modeling
- Modeling in science in such areas as climate modeling, economic modeling
- Model interoperability
- Education of modeling
- Usability of modeling tools and languages
Speakers will be determined by mid-summer 2015
Exhibitors are invited to contact the organizers. We expect book and tool vendors to exhibit.