AtlanMod in a Nutshell
The AtlanMod team (for "Atlantic Modeling") is located in Nantes, France at EMN (Ecole des Mines de Nantes). It is a research team common to INRIA (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique), EMN (see the AtlanMod team description at INRIA) and LINA (Laboratoire d'Informatique de Nantes Atlantique). It is the result of a long-term specialization and research expertise on MDE (Model Driven Engineering) in the area of Nantes since 1990. This led to the creation of the MODELS conference series in June 1998 and of the ICMT conference series in 2007. Generally, the team activity has become highly visible in terms of research results, industrial contracts, and technology transfers.
Specializing on advanced model engineering, the AtlanMod research team is well known for its open source toolbox (AmmA for AtlanMod Model Management Architecture), including in particular the widely used ATL (AtlanMod Transformation Language) making AtlanMod a key international actor in the development of the model transformation area. Through the Eclipse Modeling community, there is an important number of organizations, academic or industrial, that are currently using the different tools composing this toolbox. AtlanMod also participates in the major international, European and national projects around MDE and achieves high impact by keeping a precise focus and getting many different worldwide collaborations.
Our main research lines are:
March 2013 — A paper by Hugo Bruneliere, Javier Canovas and other project's partners titled Migrating Legacy Software to the Cloud with ARTIST has been accepted for publication and presentation at the 17th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering - European Projects Track.
October 2012 — A talk by Hugo Bruneliere (based on work by Javier Canovas) titled Collaboro - Community driven language development has been presented at EclipseCon Europe 2012 - Modeling Symposium (slides available).
September 2012 — A paper by Javier L. Canovas Izquierdo titled Parametrización de las transformaciones horizontales en el modelo de herradura, won the best paper prize of the Model-Driven Development track at the JISBD 2012 conference.
September 2012 — A project by Hugo Bruneliere and Jean-Sebastien Sottet, notably using MoDisco & ATL, won a prize at the SoTeSoLa 2012 Hackathon on Reverse and Re-engineering. Full results are available here.
August 2012 — A paper by Manuel Wimmer, Salvador Martínez, Frédéric Jouault and Jordi Cabot titled A Catalogue of Refactorings for Model-to-Model Transformations has been accepted at The Journal of Object Tecnology (JOT)
July 2012 — A paper by Jean-Marie Mottu, Sagar Sen, Massimo Tisi and Jordi Cabot titled Static Analysis of Model Transformations for Effective Test Generation has been accepted at IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering, Dallas, Texas, USA.
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|AtlanMod Team (INRIA & EMN & LINA)|
|Computer Science Department, Ecole des Mines de Nantes|
|4, rue Alfred Kastler, 44307 Nantes Cedex 3, France|