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                           CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                             TOOLS EUROPE 2007
                   Objects, Models, Components, Patterns
                  ETH Zurich, Switzerland 24-28 June 2007
                                
                           http://tools.ethz.ch/

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  Keynote Speakers

Steve Cook (Microsoft)
Erich Gamma (IBM)
Robin Milner (University of Cambridge)
Dave Thomas (Bedarra Research Labs)


  Overview

TOOLS 2007 is the 45th TOOLS conference. Started in 1989, TOOLS
conferences, held in Europe, the USA, Australia, and China have played a
major role in the development of object technology field; many of the
seminal concepts were first presented at TOOLS. After an interruption of
four years, the conference is now revived to reflect the maturing of the
field and the new challenges ahead.

TOOLS EUROPE 2007 will be devoted to the combination of technologies
that have emerged as a result of object technology becoming
"mainstream". Like its predecessors, TOOLS EUROPE 2007 combines an
emphasis on quality with a strong practical focus. It will include both
scientific and experience conference papers, workshops, tutorials, a
poster session, and a venture forum.

24 papers have been accepted after a rigorous selection process by the
international Program Committee, with an emphasis on originality,
practicality and overall quality. Topics addressed this year by selected
papers include model-driven engineering, aspect-orientation,
component-based languages, and language reflection.

TOOLS also includes a number of workshops, starting on June 24th, on
topics such as variability management and programming languages, MDD,
and software education. Note that it is STILL POSSIBLE to include
selected workshops on themes related to TOOLS, or working group meetings
etc.; please contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] or
[EMAIL PROTECTED]


  Registration

Early bird registration: 31 May 2007 or earlier
Advance registration: 20 June 2007 or earlier

After the advance registration date, registration will be on site only.
The registration form can be found on the TOOLS website.


  Venue and accommodation

The conference will take place in the main building of the ETH Zürich,
located in the centre of Zürich, close to the main station. Zürich is
the largest city in Switzerland, home to the country's largest airport
with numerous international connections, and is the country's main
commercial and industrial centre. ETH is one of Europe's premier
universities in the fields of Chemistry, Physics, Electrical
Engineering, and Computer Science.

A list of suggested hotels can be found on the TOOLS website at the
following URL: http://tools.ethz.ch/venue.html


  Chairpersons

Conference chair: Bertrand Meyer
Program chair:    Jean Bezivin
Publicity chairs: Philippe Lahire, Laurence Tratt
Workshop chairs:  Stéphane Ducasse, Jean-Claude Royer


  Program committee

Patrick Albert, Gustavo Alonso, Uwe Assman, Don Batory, Claude Baudoin,
Bernhard Beckert, Jean-Pierre Briot, Stefano Ceri, Siobhan Clarke,
Pierre Cointe, Charles Consel, Bernard Coulette, Patrick Cousot,
Krystof Czarnecki, Tharam Dillon, Klaus Dittrich, Gregor Engels,
Jacky Estublier, Jose Fiadeiro, Judit Nyekyne Gaizler, Viktor Gergel,
Carlo Ghezzi, Yossi Gil, Martin Gogolla, Jeff Gray, Rachid Guerraoui,
Pedro Guerreiro, Alan Hartmann, Reiko Heckel, Connie Heitmeyer,
Valerie Issarny, Gerti Kappel, Joseph Kiniry, Ivan Kurtev,
Philippe Lahire, Ralf Lemmel, Gary Leavens, Rustan Leino, Mingshu Li,
Tiziana Margaria, Erik Meijer, Silvio Meira, Christine Mingins, Peter
Müller, Elie Najm, Oscar Nierstrasz, Jonathan Ostroff, Richard Paige,
Alfonso Pierantonio, Jaroslav Pokorny, Ralf Reussner, Richard Riehle,
Nicolas Rouquette, Anthony Savidis, Doug Schmidt, Bran Selic, Richard
Mark Soley, Clemens Szyperski, Dave Thomas, T.H. Tse, Antonio
Vallecillo, Alan Cameron Wills, Amiram Yehudai




















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