The First Winter Modelling Meeting is over, look at the tweets to get a flavour about the discussions.
In today’s technological environment, models play a major role in understanding business needs, in requirements elicitation, and in software development. To facilitate these activities, in the past decades many modeling languages such as URN (for requirements), BPMN (for business process modeling) and the UML (for software development) were introduced both in the academia and in practice. Although the use of these models and modeling languages is gaining some traction in industry their use is still limited.
In order to better understand the challenges and the opportunities of software and system modelling, the 1st Winter Modelling Meeting (aka Alpine Modelling Meeting) intends to provide researchers and practitioners a forum to discuss approaches to address the issues facing the appropriate use of models and related technologies. Participants will have the opportunity to share their knowledge, discuss their research findings, and explore cutting-edge topics in Modelling.
Important: All participants are expected to arrive on January 20, 2018 and leave on January 27, 2018 (the technical program is distributed from Sunday 20 to Friday 26).
In the unique environment of Kronplatz-Plan de Corones, outdoor activities will promote personal interaction and open discussion of results by building more confidence among the participants.
The meeting is organized by:
- Antonio Bucchiarone, FBK (Italy)
- Richard Paige, University of York (UK)
- Alfonso Pierantonio, University of L'Aquila (Italy)