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[announcement] ACademics Modelling with Eclipse Workshop - ECMFA 2012 [message #825098] Tue, 20 March 2012 13:15
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Call for Papers: ACademics Modelling with Eclipse (ACME)

A workshop of the 8th European Conference on Modelling Foundations and Applications.
July 3, 2012, Technical University of Denmark Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.

Important Dates
Deadline for submissions: April 16, 2012
Notification of authors: May 14, 2012
Camera-ready: June 11, 2012
Workshop dates: July 3, 2012

Workshop summary
The Eclipse platform has played a very significant role in the evolution of MDE over the last few years as it has provided mature infrastructure - predominately the Eclipse Modeling Framework - for the development of interoperable modelling and model management languages and tools. The academic community has in turn embraced Eclipse as the de-facto standard MDE environment and has contributed several modelling and model management tools back as open source projects - some of which have been brought under the umbrella of the Eclipse Foundation.

The aim of this workshop is to provide a venue where developers of research-oriented MDE tools built on top of Eclipse can demonstrate the most recent developments in their tools, provide insights on issues encountered when using these tools in practice, obtain feedback, exchange expertise, and engage in fruitful discussions with like-minded researchers. The workshop will also help bring together tool developers and existing or candidate users.

To maintain a strong Eclipse focus, all papers will need to provide an Eclipse update site (and possibly more detailed instructions) through which the presented tool can be installed on a clean Eclipse Modelling distribution. Moreover, all submissions must be accompanied by a link to a screencast demonstrating the tool presented.

Dimitris Kolovos - University of York
Davide Di Ruscio - University of L'Aquila
Louis Rose - University of York

Best regards,
Dimitris, Davide and Louis
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