Submission Guidelines

Both research papers, experience papers, tool presentations and industrial feedbacks are solicited. Papers describing novel applications and making significant research contributions are of particular interest. On top of that, we encourage papers proposing visionary and strategic ideas and/or looking for collaboration around international projects. In addition, industrial papers reporting about experiences in the area of models and evolution, industrial tools, and positions from industry about experience and/or case studies about managing or putting into practice model-driven software evolution solutions are highly appreciated. Contributions must be written in English, adhere to the ACM SIGS format, and be submitted through EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=me2016). Expected papers can be short papers (6 pages) or long papers (10 pages):

  1. Long papers (max. 10 pages): These contributions should address novel research ideas, challenging problems, or practical contributions in the domain of model-driven software evolution.
  2. Short papers (max. 6 pages):
    • Position papers: young researchers may submit extended abstracts about their work in progress.
    • Visionary papers: these contributions take a visionary stance to the field describing long term ambitions, visionary technological advancements, paradigmatic changes and research agendas. Note that the ideas presented must be clearly positioned, adequately thought through, and sufficiently documented.
    • Tool presentations: these submissions present (experience with) tools (which may be either research prototypes or commercial tools) that are fully/partially dedicated to supporting the evolution issues encountered in model-based development.

The submission process will consist of two phases: abstract submissions and full paper submissions.

Workshop papers will be published on CEUR (see http://ceur-ws.org/HOWTOSUBMIT.html#PRECONDS for preconditions for publishing).