Workshop Venue (September 5th, 2011)The EOOLT 2011 workshop will take place at:
CAB building, room G 51,
ETH Zurich Zentrum,
8006 Zürich, Switzerland
You can find a map of EOOLT venue and hotels here, a map of the ETH Zurich central campus here and detailed directions on how to reach the campus here .
Registration FeeThe registration fee for the EOOLT'2011 Workshop has been set to CHF 100.-. The registration fee covers the cost of the printed proceedings, the luncheon, and two coffee breaks.
You can register here.
Workshop Program8:50 Introduction and welcome to the EOOLT Workshop
Session 1 : Languages and Tools for Model-based Design
Session chair: David Broman
Advancing Model-based Design by Modeling Approximations of Computational Semantics (Invited Paper)
Pieter J. Mosterman, and Justyna Zander, U.S.A.
A Model-driven Approach for Requirements Engineering of Industrial Automation Systems
Hongchao Ji, Oliver Lenord, and Dieter Schramm, Germany.
A Generic FMU Interface for Modelica
Wuzhu Chen and Michaela Huhn, Germany
Peter Fritzson, Sweden.
10:45-11:05 Coffee Break
Session 2 : Modeling Language Design
Session chair: Peter Fritzson
Equation-based Model Data Structure for High Level Physical Modelling, Model Simplification and Modelica-Export
Hisahiro Ito and Akira Ohata, Japan
Ken Butts, U.S.A.
Jürgen Gerhard, Masoud Abbaszadeh, David Linder, Erik Postma, and Elena Shmoylova, Canada.
Safe Compositional Equation-based Modeling of Constrained Flow Networks
Nate Soule, Azer Bestavros, Assaf Kfoury, and Andrei Lapets, U.S.A.
A Compositional Semantics for Modelica-style Variable-structure Modeling
Peter Pepper, Alexandra Mehlhase, Christoph Höger, and Lena Scholz, Germany.
12:40 - 14:00 Lunch
Session 3 : Simulation and Model Compilation
Session chair: François Cellier
LIEDRIVERS - A Toolbox for the Efficient Computation of Lie Derivatives Based on the Object-Oriented Algorithmic Differentiation Package ADOL-C
Klaus Röbenack, Jan Winkler, and Siqian Wang, Germany.
Debugging Symbolic Transformations in Equation Systems
Martin Sjölund and Peter Fritzson, Sweden.
Modelica code generation from ModelicaML state machines extended by asynchronous communication
Uwe Pohlmann and Matthias Tichy, Germany.
15:35-15:55 Coffee Break
Session 4 : Real-Time Oriented Modeling Languages and Tools
Session chair: Edward Lee
Using Equation-Based Languages for Generating Embedded Code for Smart Building Applications
Gregory Provan, Ireland.
Comodeling Revisited: Execution of Behavior Trees in Modelica
Toby Myers, Australia
Wladimir Schamai, Germany
Peter Fritzson, Sweden.
Exploiting OpenMP in the Initial Section of Modelica Models (Work in Progress)
Javier Bonilla, Luis J. Yebra, and Sebastián Dormido, Spain.
Separate Compilation of Causalized Equations (Work in Progress)
Christoph Höger, Germany.
17:35-18.00 Summing Up - Future Directions