Calls for conference papers
The MODELS Conference Series is devoted to
model-based development for software and systems engineering, covering
all categories of modeling languages, methods, tools, and their
applications. Engineering models have long been used in the
development of complex systems and the approach is also becoming more
prevalent in the design of modern software systems. Methodologies and
tools are emerging and applied successfully in practice. They create
and manipulate such models starting with the earliest phases of
development through to implementation and testing.
The MODELS series
of conferences is the premier venue for the exchange of innovative
technical ideas and experiences relating to model-based approaches in
the development of complex systems. To provide a broader forum for
reporting on scientific progress as well as experiences and issues
stemming from practical application of model-based methods, the 2010
conference has two distinct tracks:
each track will be evaluated by separate program committees based on
criteria appropriate to that track.
All accepted submissions of both
the Foundations and Application tracks will be published as one
conference proceedings in the
Notes in Computer Science.
A 2-page flyer is available.
Call for workshops, tutorials, educators' and doctoral symposium
will also be available.
Thursday, 24-Jun-2010 16:05:02 CEST
- January 24, 2011
The conference proceedings are now available online as
- October 20, 2010
If you were unable to attend, the three
keynote presentations are now available.
- October 13, 2010
You can now admire the photographs
taken during the conference.