The MODELS 2014 Poster Session provides an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss their most recent advances and experiences in the field of model-driven engineering. The goal of the poster session is to facilitate interaction between groups of individuals in an informal setting. Posters can be used to present both early communication of technical work and late-breaking results in research, practices, and experiences. The top two posters will receive Best Poster Awards sponsored by SparxSystems with prizes of EUR 400 and EUR 200, respectively. Audience Posters should target the entire MODELS audience, which includes academic and industrial researchers, and practitioners. Posters will be advertised in the conference program and presented in a dedicated poster session. At least one of the authors must attend the poster session in order to present and discuss their work with attendees. Topics Topics of interest include (but not limited to) the following: Modeling techniques for specific domains Presentation of new tools or new versions of already existing tools (e.g. modeling workbenches, model transformation languages, model verification tools) Dissemination of results from industry-related projects Applying modeling techniques in non-traditional domains Modeling for re-engineering and modernization of legacy systems Modeling methodologies and model-oriented processes Empirical experiences in the context of modeling Submission Content & Format Posters must include the following information: Title Author(s) and affiliation(s) Motivation and goals Background information, if needed to understand the work Adequate detail on the proposed approach, results, and contributions Related work Links to additional information (e.g., project website, contact information, citations to publications, other MODELS activities that will also present the work) The article from ACM Crossroads on Research Posters provides excellent tips about how to prepare successful posters. Each poster submission should be a 3-5 pages extended abstract that is formatted according to the Springer LNCS style. The extended abstract should describe the background and contribution of the work presented in the poster. An additional page should be submitted at the end of the extended abstract that contains a draft of the actual poster (this last page will not be published, but used for review purposes). If the poster is accepted, a revised version of the extended abstract will be published in CEUR. Submission and Evaluation Process The submission and review process will be done using EasyChair. Each submission will be reviewed by at least two members of the poster selection committee. The main evaluation criteria include the relevance and quality of the proposed posters in terms of originality, relevance for the MODELS audience, technical soundness, and presentation quality. For every accepted poster, at least one presenter must regularly register for MODELS 2014 before the early bird deadline and attend the conference. Important Dates (All dates are according to time zone UTC -12) Poster Organization and Contact Information The Poster Chairs are: Stefan Sauer, University of Paderborn, Germany Manuel Wimmer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria They can be contacted here. The names of the Posters Selection Committee members can be found on the Committees Web Page. Sponsors We gratefully acknowledge Sparx Systems for their support of the posters.

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Jul 11 Jul 18 Poster Submission (Extended)
Aug 22 Notification to authors
Sept 30 Poster Session