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Special Sessions

Special sessions are very small and specialized events to be held during the conference as a set of oral and poster presentations that are highly specialized in some particular theme or consisting of the works of some particular international project. The goal of special sessions (minimum 4 papers; maximum 9) is to provide a focused discussion on innovative topics. All accepted papers will be published in a special section of the conference proceedings book, under an ISBN reference, and on digital support. All papers presented at the conference venue will be available at the SCITEPRESS Digital Library. SCITEPRESS is a member of CrossRef and every paper is given a DOI (Digital Object Identifier). The proceedings are submitted for indexation by Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI), DBLP, EI (Elsevier Engineering Village Index) and Scopus.


SPECIAL SESSIONS LIST

CMDD 2015Special Session on Cooperative Model Driven Development
Chair(s): Bernard Coulette, Olivier Camp and Ho Tuong Vinh

MDE4SI 2015Special Session on Model-Driven Enterprise Services and Applications for a Sustainable Interoperability: New Paradigms for Development in the Future Enterprise
Chair(s): Carlos Agostinho, Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves and Guy Doumeingts

SPIE 2015Special Session on Security and Privacy in Model Based Engineering
Chair(s): Antonio Maña, Zhendong Ma, Ernesto Damiani and Ernesto Damiani

Special Session on Cooperative Model Driven Development - CMDD 2015



Co-chairs

Bernard Coulette
Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès
France
 
Olivier Camp
MODESTE/ESEO
France
 
Ho Tuong Vinh
IFI, Vietnam National University
Vietnam
 
Scope

Building complex and trustworthy software systems in the shortest time-to-market remains a challenging objective that competitive companies are facing constantly, and mastering the development process is a key issue towards this objective. To achieve it, software and system engineers have adopted the Model Driven Development approach - which is now well established - by putting models at the very center of the development. In the context of complex software and systems development, there are many actors involved in the development, who use different tools, methods and heterogeneous modeling languages. Consequently, Model Driven Developments are highly cooperative and must be described and enacted as such.
The CMDD (Cooperative Model Driven Development) international special session focuses on cooperative aspects of model driven development. It aims to gather researchers and industrial practitioners working in this field. It will provide an opportunity for the community to exchange ideas and to present both emerging new technologies and understanding in the field, and results of practical experiments.
This workshop is organized by a french-asian research network (called R2IDM) set up in 2013 and funded by the AUF (French speaking Universities Agency). The goal of R2IDM is to develop joint researches in CMDD and apply them to the needs of Asian countries such as environment, health, tourism, …
The R2IDM network is intended to be enlarged through this special session.



Special Session on Model-Driven Enterprise Services and Applications for a Sustainable Interoperability: New Paradigms for Development in the Future Enterprise - MDE4SI 2015



Co-chairs

Carlos Agostinho
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, UNINOVA
Portugal
 
Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, UNINOVA
Portugal
 
Guy Doumeingts
INTEROP Vlab
France
 
Scope

The goal of this session is to present and discuss advances on MDA/MDI principles, such as architectures, tools, etc., able to support dynamic enterprise services and applications in the scope of a sustainable interoperability. The model-driven service engineering architecture from the MSEE project (www.msee-ip.eu/) to support manufacturing servitization, liquid-sensing enterprise developments from the OSMOSE project (http://osmose-project.eu/), or dynamic network enablers from the IMAGINE project (http://www.imagine-futurefactory.eu) are some examples for discussion. However, they are just a few among the contributions this special session aims to discuss.


Special Session on Security and Privacy in Model Based Engineering - SPIE 2015



Co-chairs

Antonio Maña
University of Malaga
Spain
 
Zhendong Ma
Austrian Institute of Technology
Austria
 
Ernesto Damiani
EBTIC-KUSTAR
United Arab Emirates
 
Ernesto Damiani
EBTIC-KUSTAR
United Arab Emirates
 
Scope

Model-Based system engineering has shown to bring considerable advantages, providing consistent means to support development practices in many application domains, including security and privacy sensitive systems. Model-based methodologies and security engineering requires advanced integrative techniques and tools to deal with multiple concerns and entities such as security requirements, certification processes, regulatory policies, testing and assurance mechanisms. Model-based security engineering has originated a broad range of new methodologies which are progressively being adopted by industry due to their ease of integration and effectiveness. Moreover, computer readability of models open up interesting possibilities for creating advanced computer-supported capabilities for security and privacy engineering and for taking advantage of experts' knowledge, thus closing the gap between security engineering and software development.





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