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Industry Day @ MODELS

In combination with the main conference, MODELS’18 is organizing for the first time a 1-day event dedicated to industry. Tailor made for the IT model industry, the program will feature talks by industry speakers, in which selected prominent speakers will paint a comprehensive overview of modelling, describe examples of industrial use of modelling techniques and tools, and showcase the last advancements of modelling technologies.

The Industry Day at MODELS’18 is a unique opportunity to interact with the world’s leading practitioners, architects, researchers, and students of advanced software engineering techniques. In addition to the Industry Day, MODELS’18 includes a rich program, including keynotes, Research and Practice & Innovation tracks, workshops, tutorials, symposia, etc. This edition of the MODELS conference is hosted at the IT University of Copenhagen, the Denmark’s most industry-friendly university.

Since the Industry Day is fully part of MODELS’18, participants will have to register through the MODELS registration system.

Program

Wednesday 17 Oct 2018

10:00 - 12:00: Industry Day at XXX Room
Chair(s): TBA
10:00-10:30 Coffee break and industry exhibit
10:30-11:00 Why Industry Does not Care About Models
Bran Selic Malina Software Corp.
11:00-11:30 TBA
Lionel Briand Univ. Luxembourg, SNT
11:30-12:00 Modeling of Business Logic to enhance Business Agility
Markus Voelter Ind.
12:00-13:30 Lunch (Atrium Ground Floor)
13:30 - 15:00: Industry Day at XXX Room
Chair(s): TBA
13:30-14:00 TBA
TBA TBA
14:00-14:30 MBSE with Arcadia and Capella : rationale, status and perspectives
Stéphane Bonnet Thales
14:30-15:00 Is Open Source a Viable Alternative for Industrial MBE Tools?
Francis Bordeleau Cmind Inc.
15:00-15:30 Coffee break and industry exhibit
15:30 - 17:00: Industry Day at XXX Room
Chair(s): TBA
15:30-16:00 Applying Model-Driven Engineering to High Performance Computing
Benoit Lelandais CEA, Marie-Pierre Oudot CEA
16:00-16:30 Lessons Learned from Model-Based Safety Assessment with SysML and Component Fault Trees
Arne Nordmann Bosch, Peter Munk Bosch
16:30-17:00 Digital Behavioral Twins for Safe Connected Cars
Ximing Chen , Zhihao Jiang , Eunsuk Kang , Shinichi Shiraishi , Victor M. Preciado
Toyota and Univ. of Pennsylvania

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