Oslo opera house ACM/IEEE 13th International Conference on Model Driven
                Engineering Languages and Systems;
                Oslo, Norway; October 3-8, 2010 ACM IEEE

Ifi University of Oslo

esito The Research Council of Norway


Øystein Haugen General chair SINTEF and University of Oslo, Norway
Birger Møller-Pedersen Local chair University of Oslo, Norway
Dorina Petriu Program chair (Foundations track) Carleton University, Canada
Nicolas F Rouquette Program chair (Applications track) NASA JPL, USA
Parastoo Mohagheghi Treasurer SINTEF, Norway
Arne J Berre Publicity and sponsor chair SINTEF and University of Oslo, Norway
Franck Fleurey International publicity chair SINTEF, Norway
Juergen Dingel Workshop co-chair Queens University, Canada
Arnor Solberg Workshop co-chair SINTEF, Norway
Stein-Erik Ellevseth Tutorial co-chair ABB, Norway
Stein Krogdahl Tutorial co-chair University of Oslo, Norway
Peter Clarke Educators' symposium co-chair Florida Int'l University, USA
Martina Seidl Educators' symposium co-chair Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Bernhard Schätz Doctoral symposium Technical University Munich, Germany
Brian Elvesæter Doctoral symposium support SINTEF and University of Oslo, Norway
Thomas Kuehne Panel chair Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Arne Maus Exhibition and demo chair University of Oslo, Norway
Dag Langmyhr Web chair University of Oslo, Norway
Roy Grønmo Local room facilities SINTEF and University of Oslo, Norway
Gøran K Olsen Student volunteers SINTEF, Norway


For questions about the conference submission process or technical program, write to models2010-submission@ifi.uio.no. To contact the organizers for any other reason, write to models2010@ifi.uio.no.

The organizing institutions


SINTEF is the largest independent research organization in Scandinavia with 2,000 employees in Trondheim and Oslo. Around 40% of its researchers hold doctorate degrees. The Division for Information and Communication Technology (SINTEF ICT) has nine research departments and a staff of 300.

Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo

Ifi University of Oslo The Department of Informatics (Ifi) at the University of Oslo was established in 1977 and is the oldest and largest informatics department in Norway. The current Academic Ranking of World Universities ranks it as no 48 in the world and the best in the Nordic countries. A teaching staff of more than 250 educate 1500 BSc/MSc students and 150 PhD students.

Last updated Tuesday, 31-Aug-2010 11:28:31 CEST by models2010@ifi.uio.no.


  • January 24, 2011
    The conference proceedings are now available online as Springer LNCS 6394 and 6395.
  • 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.

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