of the Senior Programme Committee attending the
Brito e Abreu, Robert
France, Friedrich Steimann and Belén Vela.
participant provided an abstract of his/her doctoral
work. The abstract should not exceed 8 pages in
conference-proceedings style and should:
cleary formulate the research topic
the significant problems in the field and its
present any preliminary idea, the proposed approach
and the results achieved so far
out the contributions of his/her work
abstracts were submitted electronically to
submissions were in either in PDF or PS.
topics were the same as those of the main conference.
These topics included but were not restricted
learned from modeling
support for any aspect of modeling or model
in the development and maintenance process
evaluation, formal or informal
of modeling languages
and concern-oriented modeling
were judged on originality, significance, technical
merit, presentation quality and relevance to the
conference topics. Each paper wasl be reviewed
by, at least, two senior reviewers. 10 students
were accepted for presenting their work at the
Symposium. Participation is open to all submitters.
papers will be published in the workshop proceedings
and made available on the World Wide Web.
Deadline for submission: June 21th
Notification of acceptance: August 9th
Hard Deadline for camera ready version: September
Fernando Brito e Abreu
questions about the Doctoral Symposium should
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