ACM/IEEE 18th International Conference on
Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems

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Posters, Demonstrations and Exhibits
in Ballroom A and B

This page is for the historical record. The proceedings of the posters and demonstrations sessions have been published and can be found here.

The following is the list of posters and other exhibitors that will be set up in Ballroom A and B. Exhibitors may set up as early as Saturday afternoon, and are asked to remove their posters by Friday at 1 p.m. Posters will be on tables, so all exhibitors can also use their laptops to give demonstrations.

Formal presentation times, when exhibitors are expected to be at their poster or exhibit are:

  • Tuesday Sep 29, 10:15-10:45 and 12:45-2:00 (ACM Student Research Contest only)
  • Wednesday Sep 30, 12:45-1:30 (latter part of lunch) and 3:00-3:30 (break)
  • Thursday Oct 1, 10:20-10:45 (all except ACM SRC)

As indicated below, there will also be formal scheduled demonstrations in the Richelieu room Wednesday and Thursday, as well as presentations in the ACM Student Research Contest in the Pinnacle room Tuesday./p>



Posters and Demonstrators Group 1

The following will give formal demonstrations Wednesday 4:30-6:08 in Richelieu

  • PD-11. 4:30. A Usable MDE-based Tool for Software Process Tailoring - Luis Silvestre, María Cecilia Bastarrica and Sergio Ochoa.
  • PD-12. 4:42. Facilitating Agile Prototyping of Cloud Applications ? A Model-based Approach - Ta?id Holmes.
  • PD-13. 4:54. SyVOLT: Full Model Transformation Verification Using Contracts - Levi Lucio, Bentley Oakes, Claudio Gomes, Gehan M. K. Selim, Juergen Dingel, James R. Cordy and Hans Vangheluwe.
  • PD-14. 5:08. Eclipse Sirius Demonstration - Frédéric Madiot and Marc Paganelli.
  • PD-15. 5:20. Executable models for Embedded Controllers Development --- A Cloud Based Development Framework - Fernando Pereira, Filipe Moutinho, Joao Paulo Barros, Aniko Costa and Luis Gomes.
  • PD-16. 5:32. Support for Evaluation of Impact Models in Reuse Hierarchies with jUCMNav and TouchCORE - Romain Alexandre, Cécile Camillieri, Mustafa Berk Duran, Aldo Navea Pina, Matthias Schéttle, Jörg Kienzle and Gunter Mussbacher.
  • D-17. 5:44. A Tool for Clustering Metamodel Repositories - Francesco Basciani, Davide Di Ruscio, Juri Di Rocco, Ludovico Iovino and Alfonso Pierantonio (demonstration only; no poster)
  • D-18. 5:56. MMINT: A Graphical Tool for Interactive Model Management - Alessio Di Sandro, Rick Salay, Alessio Di Sandro, Rick Salay, Michalis Famelis, Sahar Kokaly, Marsha Chechik (demonstration only; no poster)

Posters and Demonstrators Group 2

The following will give formal demonstrations Thursday 1:45-3:15 in Richelieu

  • PD-21. 1:45. REAssistant: a Tool for Identifying Crosscutting Concerns in Textual Requirements - Alejandro Rago, Claudia Marcos and J. Andres Diaz-Pace.
  • PD-22. 1:57. A model-driven based environment for automatic model coordination - Matias Ezequiel Vara Larsen, Julien Deantoni, Benoit Combemale and Frédéric Mallet.
  • PD-23. 2:09. A Model-Based Tool for Automatic Configuration and Deployment of Cloud Applications - Hui Song, Franck Chauvel, Franck Fleurey, Nicolas Ferry and Arnor Solberg. Consolas:
  • PD-24. 2:21. UML-VT: A Formal Verification Environment for UML Activity Diagrams - Zamira Daw, John Mangino and Rance Cleaveland.
  • PD-25. 2:33. Reflecting on Model-based Code Generators Using Traceability Information - Victor Guana and Eleni Stroulia.
  • PD-26. 2:45. A tool for the automatic generation of multimodel editors - David Blanes, Javier Gonzalez-Huerta and Emilio Insfran.
  • PD-27. 2:57. Simulation-Based Verification of Avionic Systems Deployed on IMA Architectures - Tiyam Robati, Amine El Kouhen and Abdelouahed Gherbi.

ACM Student Research Contest Entrants

Posters will be displayed for all as listed at the top of this page. Contestants will make 15-minute presentations Tuesday from 3:30-6:30 (with a 15-minute break at 5:00) in the Pinnacle room as follows