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Workshop Program
We received a total of 20 submissions, among which 6 were accepted as full papers, and 6 as posters:
  • full papers are allowed 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions;
  • posters are allowed 5 minutes for a very short presentation of the topic and of the authors and will be displayed at the coffee and lunch breaks.

The workshop takes place in Hall New Orleans on Monday, October 1st.

Workshop Schedule:
09:00-10:30 Welcome and introduction by the organizing team
  • Keynote speech by Edward Jones(*): MBSD needs MPM but MPM needs Industry Acceptance.
  • Presentation of the posters
10:30-11:00Coffee Break with poster session
11:00-12:30 Track "Industry experiences and MPM applications": Track "MPM approaches and techniques": Choice of the topics for the discussion session
12:30-14:00Lunch (and poster session)
14:00-15:30 Track "MPM approaches and techniques" cont'd: Choice of the discussion groups
Start of the discussion session in groups
15:30-16:00Coffee Break (and poster session)
16:00-17:30 Discussion session in groups cont'd

(*) Edward Jones is a Senior Member of Engineering Staff at Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs (ATL) where he has been employed since the fall of 2007. He received his MS in Systems Engineering in 2005 from Cornell University and his BS in Computer Science in 2001 from Oswego State University in Oswego NY. Before working for ATL, Edward was a Research Engineer at Lockheed Martin - MS2 in Owego NY, doing applied research in a number of areas, including Model Driven Architecture, Human Machine Interaction, and Command and Control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Currently his research focuses on novel ways of integrating domain specific system and/or software models to create complete, consistent and correct multi-models of today's complex systems.