Model-driven engineering (MDE) is a paradigm to effectively tame complexity, automate engineering tasks, and support human communication. General-purpose and domain-specific modeling languages allow different stakeholders to express their concerns with more human-oriented concepts than it would be possible with traditional (machine-oriented) programming languages. Modeling languages and MDE are currently leveraged in most applicative domains, from banking to digital printing, and drive the success story of low-code, no-code and other development paradigms. The MDEML track aims at gathering ideas, challenges, and solutions related to MDE and modeling languages.



Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

  • Modeling language engineering (abstract/concrete syntax, semantics, components, modules, modelling language integration, etc.)
  • Foundations of modeling language design, composition, reuse, and evolution
  • Model transformation languages and model transformations
  • Transformations across modeling languages (e.g., for interoperability, analysis, …)
  • Generation of language infrastructures (e.g., concrete syntaxes, editors, collaboration and management tools, … )
  • Tools on MDE and modeling languages (editors, language workbenches, etc.)
  • Comparison of different model-driven language engineering technologies
  • Low-code and/or no-code applications
  • Modeling in emerging domains such as Digital Twin, industry 4.0, smart cities, smart energy networks, internet of things (IoT), cyber-physical systems (CPS), etc
  • Empirical studies on MDE and modeling languages
  • Industrial experience and challenge reports on MDE and modeling languages

Program Committee

  • Antonio Cicchetti (Mälardalen University)
  • Loek Cleophas (TU Eindhoven; and Stellenbosch University)
  • Juan De Lara (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
  • Davide Di Ruscio (Università degli Studi dell’Aquila)
  • Amleto Di Salle (Gran Sasso Science Institute)
  • Romina Eramo (University of Teramo)
  • Simon Hacks (Stockholm University)
  • Robbert Jongeling (Mälardalen University)
  • Marjan Mernik (University of Maribor)
  • Judith Michael (RWTH Aachen University)
  • Cristina Seceleanu (Mälardalen University)
  • Bran Selic (Malina Software Corp.)
  • Daniel Strüber (Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Matthias Tichy (Ulm University)
  • Juha-Pekka Tolvanen (MetaCase)
  • Javier Troya (Universidad de Malaga)
  • Bianca Wiesmayr (JKU Linz, Austria)