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Eclipse Modeling Day

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The Eclipse Modeling Day is a day-long event that explores the tools and frameworks developed by the Eclipse modeling community. This is your opportunity to learn how you can incorporate model driven development into your software development efforts.

Eclipse modeling experts will present the innovations in the Eclipse modeling projects. End-user organizations, like Credit Suisse and Los Alamos National Labs, will discuss how they benefit from using Eclipse for their modeling needs.

This event will be ideal for software architects, software development managers and senior developers that are interested in deploying model driven development in their organizations. There is no cost to attend the event but you must pre-register.

There will be an Eclipse Modeling Day on Monday, November 16 in New York City and Wednesday, November 18 in Toronto. Agenda and registration details are below.


New York City

Monday, November 16, 2009
9:00am-4:30pm
Credit Suisse Offices
One Madison Avenue (Clock Tower Building)
Between 23rd and 24th Street

To speed up sign-ins at security, please ensure you use the Madison entrance.

Thanks very much to Credit Suisse for hosting this event.

For those traveling from out of town, W Hotel at Union Square is closest to the Credit Suisse Offices.


Agenda

Time Track 1: OMA Auditorium, East End Track 2: OMA Auditorium, West End
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:30 Main Tent Session: Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Project & Eric Newcomer, Credit Suisse
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Credit Suisse Case Study: Model Transformations - Richard Wood, Credit Suisse Building DSLs with Xtext - Heiko Behrens, itemis
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Agent-Based Computer Simulation for Operational Risk Analysis - Ed MacKerrow, Los Alamos Labs B3: A Model for Unbreakable Builds - Miles Daffin, Morgan Stanley & Bjorn Freeman-Benson, New Relic
2:00-3:00 Modeling on an Enterprise Scale - Eike Stepper, Eclipse Modeling Project There's a Modeling Solution for That - Bruce Trask, MDE Systems & Angel Roman, MDE Systems
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:30 Introduction to Query, Transaction and Validation - Bernd Kolb, SAP AG & Boris Gruschko, SAP AG Converging Textual and Graphical Editors - Moritz Eysholdt, itemis
4:30-5:30 Open Discussion: Future of Modeling

All Session Abstracts

NYC Attendee Registration

There is no cost to attend but you must pre-register by November 12, 2009. Please send your name and company name to eclipse_modeling_nyc@eclipse.org.

Name, Company:

  1. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  2. Eric Newcomer, Credit Suisse
  3. Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Project
  4. Moritz Eysholdt, itemis AG
  5. Eike Stepper, Eclipse Modeling Project
  6. Richard Wood, Credit Suisse
  7. Ed MacKerrow, Los Alamos Labs
  8. Heiko Behrens, itemis AG
  9. David Coughlin, Lockheed Martin
  10. Gangadhar Vinnakota, CNA Insurance
  11. John Betts, Global Holdings Group
  12. Angel Roman, MDE Systems
  13. Vadim Strizhevsky, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch
  14. Bruce Trask, MDE Systems
  15. Louis Bailey, Independent
  16. Boris Gruschko, SAP AG
  17. Bernd Kolb, SAP AG
  18. David Nahmias, inasectv.com
  19. Jean Safar, Quartet Financial Systems
  20. Roger Spicher, JPMorgan Chase
  21. Konstantin Novitsky, JPMorgan
  22. David Zenie, Montages & Voyant
  23. Ahmed Sako, Marketcetera
  24. Gary Selzer, Alcatel-Lucent
  25. Mohamed Talaat, Morgan Stanley
  26. Igor Dmytryk, Export Development Canada
  27. Michael Guttman, The Voyant Group
  28. Jon Riecke, Aleri
  29. Aleksandr Kravets, iWay Software
  30. David McMillan, TMX Communications
  31. John A. Pershing Jr., Independent Consultant
  32. Tony Baer, Ovum
  33. John Bito, Independent
  34. Daniel Ford, IBM
  35. Sunil Belgaonkar, Progress Software
  36. Stuart Kirchner, Spontaneous Software
  37. Bert Picot, Picot Entertainment Systems
  38. Roberto Salama, Morgan Stanley
  39. Marc Young, Independent Consultant
  40. Juan Crespo, L-3 Communications Systems Group
  41. Shaun Gamboa, Technical Consultant
  42. Joe Wood, Credit Suisse
  43. Warren Pfeffer, Credit Suisse
  44. Newton Aird, Credit Suisse
  45. Agata Milanowska, Credit Suisse
  46. Walter Trotta, Credit Suisse
  47. Srinivasa Reddy Kapidi, Credit Suisse
  48. Carlos Valcarcel, EinTech, Inc.
  49. Robert Blumen, Robert M. Blumen, Inc.
  50. Beat Schmid, Credit Suisse
  51. Willer Torres Reis, Goldman Sachs
  52. Gikas A. Gikas, Independent
  53. Mitch Sonies, Cloudsmith
  54. Megan McNulty, Independent
  55. Tim Gales, T. Gales & Associates
  56. Adilson R. De Marchi Toledo, NYSE Euronext
  57. Sam Shen, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch
  58. Edward Akins, Independent
  59. Phillip G. Bradford, Independent Consultant
  60. Robert Konigsberg, Google
  61. Miles Daffin, Morgan Stanley
  62. Bjorn Freeman-Benson, New Relic
  63. Qi Chen, TIAA-CREF
  64. Mark Zhuang, JP Morgan
  65. Hong Ji, Broadridge
  66. Kazi Farooqui, AT&T Labs
  67. Ted Epstein Morgan Stanley
  68. Sivaram Kalidas, Goldman Sachs
  69. Haile Teshome, Citigroup
  70. Chinlian Chen, JP Morgan Chase


Toronto

Wednesday, November 18, 2009
9:00am-4:30pm
IBM Toronto Lab
8200 Warden Ave.
Markham, ON

Hotel Information
Transportation Information
Ottawa Car Pool

Thanks very much to IBM for hosting this event.

NOTE:

  • We are also hosting an EclipseRT Day on Thursday, November 19 at the same location. Feel free to register for both events.
  • An Eclipse DemoCamp is being held the previous evening at a nearby pub on Wednesday, November 18, 6:00pm-9:00pm. Feel free to add your name to the wiki.

Agenda

Time Track 1: Amphitheatre Track 2: Oak Room (Training Centre)
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:30 Main Tent Session: Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Project
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 B3: A Model for Unbreakable Builds Building DSLs with Xtext - Heiko Behrens, itemis
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Modeling on an Enterprise Scale - Eike Stepper, Eclipse Modeling Project There's a Modeling Solution for That - Bruce Trask, MDE Systems & Angel Roman, MDE Systems
2:00-3:00 Papyrus: Advent of an Open Source IME - Kenn Hussey, Zeligsoft AMF and Agent-Based Models: What, Why and How? - Miles Parker, Metascape LLC
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:30 Introduction to Query, Transaction and Validation - Bernd Kolb, SAP AG & Boris Gruschko, SAP AG Converging Textual and Graphical Editors - Moritz Eysholdt, itemis
4:30-5:30 Open Discussion: Future of Modeling

All Session Abstracts

Toronto Attendee Registration

There is no cost to attend but you must pre-register by November 13, 2009. Please send your name and company name to eclipse_modeling_toronto@eclipse.org.

Name, Company:

  1. Moritz Eysholdt, itemis AG
  2. Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Project
  3. Eike Stepper, Eclipse Modeling Project
  4. Greg Fenton, NexJ Systems
  5. Kenn Hussey, Zeligsoft
  6. Heiko Behrens, itemis AG
  7. Michalis Famelis, University of Toronto Graduate Student
  8. Anil Kumar, Rogers Inc.
  9. Boris Gruschko, SAP AG
  10. Bernd Kolb, SAP AG
  11. Gifford Louie, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
  12. Bruce Trask, MDE Systems
  13. Angel Roman, MDE Systems
  14. Victor Stratan, Redknee
  15. Marcelo Paternostro, IBM
  16. Alex Fernandes, IBM
  17. John Slaman
  18. Rafael Chaves, Independent
  19. Dave Steinberg, IBM
  20. Marconi Lanna
  21. Youlian Troyanov
  22. Miles Parker, Metascape, LLC
  23. Cristian Birloncea, IBM
  24. Christopher Nagy, Antenna Software, Inc.
  25. John Conlon, Verticon
  26. Simon Helsen, IBM
  27. Nick Boldt, JBoss by Red Hat
  28. Alain Picard, Benchmark Canada
  29. Abdel Hamid Kaab, Benchmark Canada
  30. Oliver Wong, Benchmark Canada
  31. Ioan Salau, Insighteck
  32. Nitin Bharti, DZone
  33. Yves Zoundi, Rimero Solutions Inc.
  34. Connie Celino, CLC Computing Services
  35. William Cheung, First Class Mandarin
  36. William Choi, Public Works and Government Services Canada
  37. Thomas Ludwig, Intertainservices
  38. Mary Komor, IBM
  39. Ankit Pasricha, IBM
  40. Samantha Chan, IBM
  41. Stephanie Hazlewood, IBM
  42. Andes Lo, Public Works and Government Services Canada
  43. Valentin Baciu
  44. Corrie Kwan
  45. Jordan Anastasiade, Seneca College
  46. Jin Li, IBM
  47. William Wong, CIBC
  48. Yanni Chiu, Zhao Technology Inc.
  49. Frank Budinsky, IBM
  50. Telm Perez, Aversan Inc.
  51. Henry Zaccak, Zaccak Solutions
  52. Cuneyt Tuna, VFM Leonardo
  53. Laila Pasanen, IBM
  54. Victor Liu, IBM
  55. Clive John-Chuan, Alcatel-Lucent
  56. Hongjing Chen, Scotiabank
  57. Majed Al-Shawa, University of Waterloo
  58. Satish Gungabeesoon, IBM
  59. Arthur Niu, IBM
  60. Andrew Overholt, Red Hat