Schedule  
   
Monday 12 April
  8:30 Welcome, practical issues, schedule

  9:00 forAll participants: intro

   1. Who am I? 
   2. Summary of your current (CAMPaM-related) research 
   3. Topics you would like to work on. 

 11:00 compile lunch choices [Surfside menu] 
 
 11:30 Specific problems to work on (small but representative cases).
       Where to publish results.

 12:30 walk (along beach) to Surfside for lunch

       book glass bottom boat for tomorrow

 13:00 lunch @ Surfside 

 14:30 break (swim/snorkel/rest/e-mail/...)

 16:30 Discuss topics/groups

 17:00 plenary presentations 
       (illustrates the need for/relevance of CAMPaM; identifies open problems)
       
       * Ian and Fellipe "heterogeneous systems design"

       * Jonathan "domain-specific modelling: when real-world models attack"

 18:30 dinner @ Bellairs

 20:00 Groups focus/plan, time-out period, discuss expected results (e.g., where to publish)

       * abstraction/refinement/simplification/approximation/factorization
         requirements vs. design specifications in context of refinement
         levels, types, framework

         >> Ian, Felipe, Gabriela, Pieter, Bruno (main room)

       * transformation 

         - systematic development
         - by example
         - verification/testing
         - traceability

         >> Eugene, Manuel, Marouanne, Mark (Seabourne)

       * (co-)evolution
         language, model, consistency, transformation

         >> Jonathan, Antonio, Bart (library)

       * Joe's Theme (relating requirements/design models with realization)

         >> Ghizlane, Levi, Hans (dining area)

 21:00 present/discuss focus/planning

 22:00 CAMPaM coctail @ Seabourne House
       discussions

 00:00 midnight swim (current score: CAMPaM 11, AOM 8)

Tuesday 12 April

  8:30 Group discussions

       * abstraction/refinement/simplification/approximation/factorization
         requirements vs. design specifications in context of refinement
         levels, types, framework

         >> Ian, Felipe, Gabriela, Pieter, Bruno (main room)

       * transformation 

         - systematic development
         - by example
         - verification/testing
         - traceability

         >> Eugene, Manuel, Marouanne, Mark (Seabourne)

       * (co-)evolution
         language, model, consistency, transformation

         >> Jonathan, Antonio, Bart (library)

       * Joe's Theme (relating requirements/design and realization)

         >> Ghizlane, Levi, Hans (dining area)

 10:30 compile lunch choices [Surfside menu] 
       call Surfside with orders (246) 432-2105

       (coffee) break @ Brace

 11:00 work in groups

 12:30 walk along beach to Surfside for lunch

 13:00 lunch @ Surfside 

 14:30 break (swim/snorkel/rest/e-mail/...)

 16:30 work in groups, prepare presentation of day's work

 18:30 dinner @ Bellairs

 19:45 glass bottom boat planning (24 participants)

       Robert France's presentation on ReMoDD (model repository)
 
 20:45 groups present day's work + discussions
     
    * transformation
    * co-evolution
 
 22:00 CAMPaM coctail @ Seabourne House
       discussions

 00:00 midnight swim

Wednesday 13 April
  8:30 groups present yesterday's work
    
    * abstraction
    * Joe's theme
  
 10:30 compile lunch choices [Surfside menu] 
       call Surfside with orders (246) 432-2105

       (coffee) break 

 10:40 decide about group re-distribution

       work in small groups

 12:30 walk along beach to Surfside for lunch

 13:00 lunch @ Surfside 

 14:30 glass bottom boat trip (turtles, marine park, shipwreck)

 18:30 dinner @ Bellairs

 19:45 Jonathan's plenary address on Domain-Specific Modelling (CAMPaM + AOM)

 20:45 plan * demos (Thursday)
            * closing cocktail/dinner (Friday)
            * Crane Beach (Saturday)
            * National Trust Hike (Sunday)

 21:00 work in small groups

 22:00 CAMPaM coctail @ Seabourne House
       discussions

 00:00 midnight swim

Thursday 14 April
  8:30 work in small groups

 10:30 compile lunch choices [Surfside menu] 
       call Surfside with orders (246) 432-2105

       (coffee) break

 10:40 work in small groups

 12:30 walk along beach to Surfside for lunch

 12:45 lunch @ Surfside 

 14:30 break (swim/snorkel/rest/e-mail/...)

 16:30 work in small groups

 18:30 dinner @ Bellairs

 20:00 work in small groups

 22:00 CAMPaM coctail @ Seabourne House
       discussions

 00:00 midnight swim

Friday 15 April
  8:30 work in small groups

 10:30 compile lunch choices [Surfside menu] 
       call Surfside with orders (246) 432-2105

 10:45 some groups collaborate, "borrow" participants/consultants, 
       others work independently.
    
       * Joe's Theme and Abstraction groups relate their concepts

 11:30 groups prepare presentation

 12:30 walk along beach to Surfside for lunch

 12:45 lunch @ Surfside 

       book van for tomorrow's trip to Crane Beach (John: 420 1589)
       book evening restaurant (Indian Kerala, former Cheffette?)

 15:00 presentation of group results

 16:00 workshop "post mortem":

      - evaluation of the workshop 
      - planning of publications
      - planning of followup activities: collaboration, next workshop, dissemination

 17:00 sunset cocktail ("Godfather Bomb") @ Surfside

 18:30 workshop closing dinner


Saturday 16 April
 Remaining participants continue discussions, paper writing, ...

 Visit Crane Beach

 Lunch at Crane Beach

 Dinner at Oistins

Sunday 17 April
 6:00 --  9:00 Barbados National Trust Hike
  These Hikes are held every Sunday and are interesting and fun 
  as well as help to educate locals and visitors about Barbados' history, geography, culture and its people.
 WHERE: BARCLAYS PARK, St Andrew
 DIRECTIONS: travel Ermie Bourne Highway (East coast Rd) 
  Meet at the side of the road by the restaurant - opposite the casuarina trees.
 WEAR: strong foot wear & a hat
 GRADES: - "Stop 'n Stare" 6 miles 
         - "Medium & Fast medium" 9 miles 
         - "Grin 'n Bear" 12 miles
 BRING: Bottle water & snack.
 PHONE: (246) 436-9033 or 426 2421 
 EMAIL: natrust@sunbeach.net

 Remaining participants depart
Maintained by Hans Vangheluwe. Last Modified: 2010/04/15 21:03:12.