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Programme (main conference)
 Wednesday, July 4
 Thursday, July 5
 Poster and tool demos
 Guidelines for speakers

Programme (workshops)
 Monday, July 2
 Tuesday, July 3

Programme (tutorials)
 Tutorial 1 (Monday morning)
 Tutorial 2 (Monday afternoon)

Social events
 Reception (July 3)
 Excursion and dinner (July 4)

Accepted papers

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Poster and Tool Demonstrations

July 4 –5, Foyer (in front of lecture hall M1, first floor)

The poster and tool demonstrations go on throughout the main conference. The poster walls will be there throughout the two days of the main conference, and there will be tables and power supply for laptops for the tool demonstrations.

List of tools and posters

Tool demonstrations

  • CommentTemplate: A Lightweight Code Generator for Java Developers (Jendrik Johannes, Mirko Seifert, Christian Wende and Florian Heidenreich)
  • A Model-based Tool for Automated Quality-driven Design of System Architectures (Ramin Etemaadi and Michel Chaudron)
  • MQ-2: A Tool for Prolog-based Model Querying (Vlad Acretoaie and Harald Störrle)
  • Rapid Performance Modeling and Reasoning with UCM2PCM (Christian Vogel, Heiko Koziolek, Thomas Goldschmidt and Erik Burger)
  • MDE in Practice: Process-centric Performance Prediction via Simulation in Real-time (David Redlich, Stephanie Platz, Thomas Molka and Wasif Gilani)
  • S2T2-Configurator: Interactive Support for Configuration of Large Feature Models (Goetz Botterweck and Andreas Pleuss)


  • MADES Language, Methodology and Tools for Avionics and Surveillance Embedded Systems (Alessandra Bagnato, Imran Rafiq Quadri and Andrey Sadovykh)
  • EU FP7 ENOSYS PROJECT: Integrated modeling and synthesis tool flow for embedded systems design (Etienne Brosse, Imran Rafiq Quadri and Andrey Sadovykh)
  • DevBoost Tools for Model-Driven Software Modernisation (Jendrik Johannes, Mirko Seifert, Christian Wende and Florian Heidenreich)
  • eMoflon: A Metamodelling and Model Transformation Tool (Anthony Anjorin, Marius Lauder and Andy Schürr)

Organisation and schedule

In order not to force the presenters to be there all the time — after all, we have many other interesting sessions going on — people interested in a presentation or demo by one of the presenters can contact them. To this end, there will be a contact note on the respective poster wall.

In order to focus the attention to the posters and tool demonstrations and to get people meeting, there are two dedicated time slots, in which the presenters of posters and tool demonstrations are expected to be in the Foyer for demonstrations, questions, and discussions of their posters and tools. These times are

Wednesday, July 4, 1500–1630
This is the time slot right after the tools session (in M1), which last until 1500. So, you can see the tools live right after they have been presented in a talk in the tools session.

There will be coffee provided, and this session is kind of an open-ended coffee break.

Thursday, July 5, 1030–1100
This will be a regular coffee break, which can be used for discussions and demos. And of course, the discussions can be extended beyond the coffee break.

The time slot is just meant to get interested audience (and presenters) to meet.

Information for presenters

If you have a poster or tool accepted for the tool and poster demonstrations — i. e. you are a presenter — here is some information for you.

Information for all presenters

As a poster and tool presenter, you will have a poster-wall available (width: 120cm, height: 160cm). The poster-walls will be available from Monday. So, you can put up your poster anytime before the conference. We would recommend to do that at latest Tuesday afternoon (before the reception) — at latest the posters should be put up Wednesday morning before the opening session (i.e. 900).

We recommend that you put up a paper, where interested people could sign up for meeting you at your poster at some time or leave an information how to contact you or when you will be at your poster the next time.

Information for tool demos

For the tool demonstrations, you will have a table (width: 90cm, depth: 60cm) and some chairs available in addition to the poster-wall (width: 120cm, height: 160cm). And there will be a power outlet and a wireless connection (which will be available to all participants).

Note that the Foyer, the place where the poster and tool demonstrations are arranged, cannot be locked. So, you should be prepared to take your laptop and other equippment you need for the tool demonstations with you when you leave the area — and bring it again for your demos.