Nantes Software Modeling Group

NaoMod hosts one seminar per week where group member or a guest speaker gives a talk on a subject of their choosing, such as an interesting paper, their ongoing work, a nice tool they discovered, or inspirational thoughts.

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Past seminars

SeMaFoR & Concerto-D for decentralized reconfiguration of Fog systems

Abstract: The new Fog paradigm extends the Cloud to be closer to the thing that produce and act on IoT data. However, managing Fog infrastructure is challenging because of the scalability and reliability of these heterogeneous and dynamic systems. The SeMaFoR project aims at model Fog resources, and orchestrate a fleet of autonomous controllers, each having a local view of its resources, to ease the management of Fog systems.

Jolan Philippe
Matthew Coyle
Gerson Sunyé
TTC 2023 - Incremental MTL vs. GPLs: Class into Relational Database Schema

A quick focus on model transformation languages and general purpose languages expressiveness and ease of use in the context of incremental model transformation. Link to paper and Github

Théo Le Calvar
Being sustainability chair of ICTS 2023

A few words about the ICT4S 2023 conference and my job there as “sustainability chair”

Erwan Bousse
Hiba's thesis overview: "Performance Evaluation of Executable Domain-Specific Languages"

A brief introduction to Hiba’s thesis subject entitled Performance Evaluation of Executable Domain-Specific Languages: introduction of an overall architectural diagram of the RODIC ANR project, and of a technical diagram on the WP2 level, and presentation of some of results.

Hiba Ajabri
Generating structurally realistic models with deep autoregressive networks

Authors: José Antonio Hernández López; Jesús Sánchez Cuadrado

Link to the paper

Massimo Tisi
Using Machine Learning to Build Test Oracles: an Industrial Case Study on Elevators Dispatching Algorithms

By Aitor Arrieta; Jon Ayerdi; Miren Illarramendi; Aitor Agirre; Goiuria Sagardui; Maite Arratibel.

Link to the paper

Jean-Marie Mottu
Model-driven engineering for certifiable safety-critical systems
Ghizlane El Boussaidi
Towards Automating the Design of Cyber-Physical Systems: The Experience of Volvo Construction Equipment

Johan Bergelin, Luca Berardinelli, Damir Bilic, Hugo Bruneliere, Antonio Cicchetti, MohammadHadi Dehghani, Claudio Di Sipio, James Miranda, Abbas Rahimi, and Riccardo Rubei

Submitted to ECMFA 2023.

Hugo Bruneliere
Protocol-Based Interactive Debugging for Domain-Specific Languages

WIP to be submitted to ECMFA 2023

Josselin Enet
A Generic Framework for Representing and Analysing Model Concurrency

Paper accepted in 01/2023 at SoSym

Link to paper

Erwan Bousse
AI-augmented Model Transformations
Matthew Coyle
Testing, debugging and program visualisation @RMod

Anne Etien is full professor in the RMod group in Lille. She will give an overview of some research activities in her group.

Anne Etien
Current state on Business-IT alignment

Paper recently submitted at CAiSE’23

Ali Benjilany
From Coverage Computation to Fault Localization: A Generic Framework for Domain-Specific Languages

Faezeh Khorram, Erwan Bousse, Antonio Garmendia, Jean-Marie Mottu, Gerson Sunyé, Manuel Wimmer

Rehearsal for presenting at SLE 2022

Link to the paper

Faezeh Khorram
Graph neural networks and how it relates with models

Current research work

James Miranda
Automatic Test Amplification for Executable Models

Faezeh Khorram, Erwan Bousse, Jean-Marie Mottu, Gerson Sunyé, Pablo Gómez-Abajo, Pablo C Cañizares, Esther Guerra, Juan de Lara

Rehearsal for presenting at MODELS 2022

Link to the paper

Faezeh Khorram
A Tool-Assisted Approach to Engineer Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) using Rust

Léo Olivier, Lou-Anne Sauvêtre, Erwan Bousse, Gerson Sunyé

Rehearsal for presenting at « MLE 2022 »

Link to the paper

Gerson Sunyé
Code-First Model-Driven Engineering: On the Agile Adoption of MDE Tooling

Artur Boronat

In « ASE 2019 »

Link to the paper

Link to the slides

Massimo Tisi
Let us not put all our eggs in one basket

Florence Maraninchi

In « Communications of the ACM », September 2022

Link to the paper

Erwan Bousse
A feature-based survey of Fog modeling languages

Abdelghani Alidraab, Hugo Bruneliere, Thomas Ledoux

In « Future Generation Computer Systems », August 2022

Link to the paper

Hugo Brunelière

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