Seventh European Conference on Modelling
Foundations and Applications
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
6-9th of June, 2011 Model Driven Engineering (MDE) is a software development method based on
using models for the specification, design, analysis, synthesis,
deployment, testing and maintenance of complex software systems to
produce high quality systems at lower cost. Considering ever increasing
complexity and cost of development of software, MDE has received
considerable attention from the industry and researchers in academia.
In particular, one of the best known MDE initiatives is Model Driven
Architecture (MDA) is proposed by the Object Management Group (OMG)
which is strongly supported by the software industry.
ECMFA is the key European conference aiming at advancement of techniques
and furthering underlying knowledge related to Model Driven Engineering.
In the past seven years, ECMFA has provided an ideal venue for the
interaction among researchers interested in MDE both from the academia
ECMFA 2011 will be held in the University of Birmingham. Birmingham is
Britain's second largest city and is situated right in the heart of
England. Birmingham's location in the centre of England makes it an
ideal base to explore the rest of the UK. We are only 90 minutes away
from London by train and Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Oxford, the
Cotswolds and Wales are only a short journey away. It is a city of
culture, combined with superb shopping, great nightlife and
Birmingham is home to the famous City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
and the Birmingham Royal Ballet. Some of the finest art collections in
the world are to be found in Birmingham at the City Museum and Art
Gallery, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (University Campus) and the IKON Gallery (Brindley Place). There are many museums including Cadbury
World which celebrates Birmingham’s chocolate industry. With more canals
than Venice, why not explore and dine in Brindley Place on Broad Street.
Birmingham boasts excellent shopping facilities in the completely
re-vamped Bullring shopping centre and exclusive designer goods can be
bought at the amazingly designed Selfridges store and Mailbox.
meetings will be held in the Wolfson Centre, The Medical School,
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston campus. Oral sessions will be held
in the Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre and the Centre for Professional
Development, exhibitors will be in the Exhibition Hall within the
Wolfson Centre. For the direction seeTravel