So we are looking forward 8 "long" tutorials on different parts of the transformation/generation space of software engineering. For example, Bran Selic will stand in for model-based engineering and Jim Cordy will sketch his ultimate TXL cookbook. See the full program below. In addition, we will host a "research 2.0" event with Jean-Marie Favre and his companion Denis Avrilionis of One Tree Technologies as the moderators or speakers. Yet in addition, there are another 6 short tutorials. We are also in the process of putting together a participants' workshop. Combined with the social program, this will be a packed week as in previous years.
At this point, we have 80+ registered participants.
The Call for Participation follows.
GTTSE 2009, 06-11 July, 2009, Braga, Portugal3rd International Summer School onGenerative and Transformational Techniques in Software Engineeringhttp://gttse.wikidot.com/
SCOPE AND FORMATThe summer school brings together PhD students, lecturers, technologypresenters, as well as other researchers and practitioners who areinterested in the generation and the transformation of programs, data,models, meta-models, and documentation. This concerns many areas ofsoftware engineering: software reverse and re-engineering,model-driven approaches, automated software engineering, genericlanguage technology, to name a few. These areas differ with regard tothe specific sorts of meta-models (or grammars, schemas, formats etc.)that underlie the involved artifacts, and with regard to the specifictechniques that are employed for the generation and the transformationof the artifacts. The tutorials are given by renowned representativesof complementary approaches and problem domains. Each tutorialcombines foundations, methods, examples, and tool support. The programof the summer school also features invited technology presentations,which present setups for generative and transformationaltechniques. These presentations complement each other in terms of thechosen application domains, case studies, and the underlyingconcepts. The program of the school also features a participantsworkshop. All summer school material will be collected in proceedingsthat are handed out to the participants. Formal proceedings will becompiled after the summer school, where all contributions aresubjected to additional reviewing.The formal proceedings of the previous two instances of the summerschool (2005 and 2007) were published as volumes 4143 and 5235 in theLecture Notes in Computer Science series of Springer-Verlag.TUTORIALS * Software Product Line Refactoring Paulo Borba, Univ. Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil * The TXL Source Transformation Cookbook James R. Cordy, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada * Chasing Diagrams in the Mapping Forests of Model Transformations Zinovy Diskin, Univ. of Waterloo and Univ. of Toronto, Canada * Generating Language Tools with JastAdd Görel Hedin, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden. * Model Driven Language Engineering with Kermeta Jean-Marc Jézéquel, IRISA, Rennes, France * Rascal: Meta-programming Made Easy Paul Klint, CWI and Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands * Sourcerer: Slicing and Dicing Large Amounts of Open Source Code Cristina Videira Lopes, University of California, Irvine, USA * The Theory and Practice of Modeling Language Design for Model-Based Engineering Bran Selic, Malina Software Corp., CanadaRESEARCH 2.0 EVENT * Research 2.0 and Software Engineering 2.0 Jean-Marie Favre and Denis Avrilionis OneTree Technologies SA, Luxembourg and University of Grenoble, FranceSHORT TUTORIALS * The 'Archæology' of Transformations Michel Wermelinger and Yijun Yu, The Open University. UK * Compilation for Embedded and Reconfigurable Computing Architectures João M. P. Cardoso, University of Porto, Portugal * Lightweight Domain-Specific Language Processing in Kiama Anthony Sloane, Macquarie University, Australia * Genesys: Service-Oriented Construction of Property Conform Code Generators Tiziana Margaria, University of Potsdam, Germany * The Need for Early Aspects Ana Moreira, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal * Model Transformation Chains for Model-Driven Performance Engineering Mathias Fritzsche, SAP ResearchORGANIZATION COMMITTEE * João M. Fernandes (Program Co-Chair), Univ. do Minho, Portugal * Ralf Lämmel (Program Co-Chair), Univ. Koblenz-Landau, Germany * João Saraiva, Universidade do Minho, Portugal * Joost Visser, Software Improvement Group, The NetherlandsADDITIONAL INFORMATIONFor additional information on the registration, program, venue, andother details of the summer school, please consult the web page: http://gttse.wikidot.com/There is also a contact email address:
gttse09 AT list.uni MINUS koblenz.de.