DSM TP 2017
8th International Summer School
on Domain-Specific Modeling
Theory and Practice
Montreal, Canada
10-14 July 2017

   

  Summer School Program

The event will take place during five days. During the first four days, theory lectures introducing theoretical/foundational topics (mostly in the morning) will be alternated with tutorials where techniques and tools will be explained hands-on (mostly in the afternoon).

All tools will be available in a VirtualBox disk image that can be downloaded before the summer school or can be copied from a usb-stick that will be given to you at the summer school.

A small common Case Study (a traffic light DSL) is used across all tutorials to make the coherence between the different topics (language design, model transformation, semantics, model checking, ...) clear.

During the last day of the School, both the academic and industrial point of view on the most recent advances in the field will be presented. This will highlight current research as well as discuss challenges and open issues (with many hints for future Ph.D. topics).

The final program will soon be finalized.

[Program in PDF format]
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