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Eclipse Enterprise Modeling Day

Eclipse Enterprise Modeling Day is for IT architects and IT strategists who are exploring a model driven development approach for their enterprise application development.

Many enterprises are already using modeling to streamline their application development. The sessions will explore how enterprises, such as UBS, <add others> have used Eclipse technology to implement a modeling strategy. Eclipse modeling experts will also provide a review of the core Eclipse modeling technology that enables key enterprise modeling features, including data modeling, graphical modeling, model repositories and textual modeling. Finally, a presentation on the Eclipse Modeling Platform will show how an integrated Eclipse-based platform can provide the flexibility and extensibility required for large-scale enterprise model driven development.

The event is open to all IT architects and IT strategist interested in modeling for enterprise development. There is no cost to attend the event but you must pre-register by sending your name, title and company name to

Thursday, October 28, 2010
13:00 - 18:30

Max-Höggerstrasse 80 (VZA2)
CH-8048 Zürich-Altstetten

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Thanks to UBS, itemis, <add names> for supporting this event.


Time Room
12:30-13:00 Registration
13:00-13:15 Welcome by UBS
13:15-14:00 Eclipse Modeling Platform for Enterprise Modeling - Martin Mandischer, Stephan Eberle (Geensys)
14:00-14:30 User Story: UBS
14:30-15:00 Eclipse Modeling Framework for Data Modeling - Ed Merks (itemis)
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-15:50 Textual Modeling with Xtext
15:50-16:10 Graphical Modeling with Graphiti
16:10-16:30 User Story
16:30-16:50 Modeling Repository with CDO
16:50-17:30 2 User Story
17:30-18:00 Group Discussion

All Session Abstracts

Attendee Registration

To register please send your name, title and company name to


  1. Ian Skerrett, Director of Marketing, Eclipse Foundation
  2. Martin Mandischer
  3. Stephan Eberle, Geensys
  4. Ed Merks, itemis
  5. Christian Meier, WM&SB CTO - Application Architecture, UBS
  6. Robert Blust, Tooling Strategy, UBS
  7. Wolfgang Neuhaus, Member of the Board, itemis
  8. Serano Colameo, itemis Switzerland

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