2nd International Track on
Collaborative Modeling & Simulation - CoMetS'11

20th IEEE International Conference on
Collaboration Technologies and Infrastructures
June 27 - June 29, 2011, Paris (France)

Track Program

Tuesday June 28th, 2010

8:00-9:00 On site registration, pick up name badges

9:00-10:00  Joint Session WETICE 2011

10:00-11:00  Joint Session Plenary talk "Collaborative Modeling and Simulation: the Virtual Physiological Human vision", Prof. Marco Viceconti (Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli) (Slides)

11:00-11:30  Coffee Break

11:30-12:45 CoMetS 2011 Session I: "Applications"

  • Collaborative Development of a Space System Simulation Model
    Volker Schaus, Karsten Großekatthofer, Daniel Ludtke, and Andreas Gerndt (Slides)
  • On the development of a digital meteorological model for simulating future air traffic management automation
    Jesús Gonzalo and Carmen Salguero (Slides)
  • Modeling Renewable Energy Readiness: The UAE Context
    Nazli Choucri, Daniel Goldsmith and Toufic Mezher

12:45-2:15 Lunch

2:15- 4:00  CoMetS Session II: "Simulator Life-cycle Support: Design, Reuse, Integration and Testing"

  • DEVSimPy:A Collaborative Python Software for Modeling and Simulation of DEVS Systems
    Laurent Capocchi, Jean-François Santucci, Bastien Poggi and Celine Nicolai
  • Towards Configuration Support for Collaborative Simulator Development: A Product Line Approach in Model Based Systems Engineering
    Henric Andersson,  Magnus Carlsson, and Johan Ölvander (Slides)
  • OPM Model-Driven Animated Simulation with Computational Interface to Matlab-Simulink
    Sergey Bolshchikov, Aharon Renick, Shay Mazor, Judith Somekh, and Dov Dori
    (Slides) (HTML version with video)
  • A Modular and Scalable Application Platform for Testing and Evaluating ITS Components
    Tobias Lorenz, Martin Baumann, Klaus Jaschke, and Frank Koster  (Slides)

4:00-4:30  Coffee Break

4:30-5:45 CoMetS 2010 Session III: "Modeling for Collaboration"

  • Collaborative Business Process Modeling with CoMoMod: A Toolkit for Model Integration in Distributed Cooperation Environments
    Thorsten Dollmann, Constantin Houy, Peter Fettke, and Peter Loos
  • Petri net modeling and verification of transactional workflows
    Kais Klai and Walid Gaaloul (Slides)
  • Formal Description of a Generic Multi-Model
    Sebastian Fuchs, Mathias Kadolsky and Raimar J. Scherer

5:45-6:10 Demo Application

  • AMDB: A Web-enabled Collaborative Environment for Sharing and Reusing Cardiovascular Anatomical Models
    Eric Kerfoot, Daniele Gianni, Steve McKeever, and Nicolas Smith (Slides) (Web site) (Demo Video)


Last Update August 20th, 2011

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