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ME11 Opening

  1. 1. IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on<br />Method EngineeringEngineering Methods in the Service Oriented Context<br />
  2. 2. Conference Committee<br />Program Committee – 48 members from<br />IFIP WG 8.1 and Method Engineering Community<br />Organising team: <br />Elena Kornyshova, Charlotte Hug, Adrian Iacovelli<br />Organising Chair <br />RébeccaDeneckère, University of Paris 1<br />Program Chair<br />Isabelle Mirbel, University of Nice<br />General Chair <br />Jolita Ralyté, University of Geneva <br />
  3. 3. Theme of the Conference<br />Engineering Methods in the Service-Oriented Context<br />Topics:<br />Fundamentals of Method Engineering<br />Methods and Tools for Specific Domains<br />Method Evaluation and Experiences<br />Supportive Tools<br />Four categories of contributions: <br />Research papers, Practice reports, Position papers, Posters<br />
  4. 4. Submissions<br />30 papers submitted <br />Authors from 14 countries<br />Netherlands 10 <br />France 9<br />Germany 8<br />Spain 8 <br />China 7<br />India 7 <br />Canada 4<br />Hungary 3<br />Iran 3 <br />Sweden 3 <br />Australia 2<br />Ireland 1 <br />Switzerland 1 <br />United Arab Emirates 1 <br />
  5. 5. Selection Process<br />3 reviewers allocated to each paper <br />3 reviews per paper used for the final selection <br />PC meeting in Nice the 26thof November 2010<br />Accepted 19 papers:<br />13 full papers<br />6 short papers<br />Proceedings: IFIP AICT Vol. 351, Springer <br />
  6. 6. Conference Program<br />Keynote Talks: <br />An Assessment of Method Engineering by NaveenPrakash<br />Application of Method Engineering Principles in Practice: Lessons Learned and Prospects for the Future by Marko Bajec<br />Tutorial<br />Creating Self-Describing Method Component Repositories with ISO/IEC 24744 by César González-Pérez <br />
  7. 7. Conference Program<br />6 Technical sessions:<br />Session I: Situated Method Engineering<br />Session II: Method Engineering Foundations<br />Session III: Customized Methods<br />Session IV: Tools for Method Engineering<br />Session V: New Trends to Build Methods<br />Session VI: Method Engineering for Services<br />Extra session<br />ESSENSE – A Kernel of Essentials for Software Engineering (Brian Elvesæter, SINTEF, Norway)<br />
  8. 8. Technical Session Structure<br />Full paper: 35 min<br />20 min presentation <br />15 min discussion (discussant slide + plenary discussion) <br />Short paper: <br />15 min presentation<br />10 min discussion (discussant slide + plenary discussion) <br />A Discussant is assigned to each presentation<br />Role of a Discussant <br />To give a critical review of the paper by using a template (2-3 min)<br />
  9. 9. Discussant Slide<br />What is the main novelty/contribution of the paper?<br />How will this novelty/contribution improve ME practice or ME research?<br />What are the main problems with the novelty/contribution and/or with the paper?<br />Can the proposed approach be expected to work in real-life situations?<br />Questions to the authors:<br />
  10. 10. Conference Organisation<br />Conference room:<br />Salle 1 – Panthéon(1st floor)<br />Internet:<br />Wireless – login and password in your bag<br />Lunch:<br />Wednesday and Friday: ‘Au Bistrot La Montagne’ restaurant<br />Thursday: ‘L’écritoire’ restaurant<br />Please, have your lunch ticket of the day<br />Coffee breaksnext to the registration desk (1st floor)<br />
  11. 11. Conference Dinner<br />MUSEE DU VIN<br /> 5/7 Square Charles Dickens - Rue des Eaux <br />75016 PARIS<br />Thursday, April 21st, 8 pm<br />Meeting 7h15 pm in front of the university or…<br />- Metro : ligne n° 6, station "Passy"<br />- RER C : station "Champs de mars - Tour-Effel"<br />- Bus : n°72<br />
  12. 12. Enjoy the conference <br />and <br />Have a nice time in Paris!<br />