Two kinds of papers are solicited: regular papers (max 10 pages), and short papers (max 5 pages), adhering to the Springer LNCS style. Contributions should address novel or preliminary research ideas, challenging problems, and practical contributions to the domain. Industrial feedback are welcome: experience or case studies about applying MDE in an industrial setting showing the lack of flexibility, or ways to overcome it, are solicited as well.

All papers must be written in English. Accepted papers will be published as CEUR workshop proceedings, and indexed in DBLP. We aim to arrange for extended versions of the best papers to be published in a journal.

Paper can be submitted via Easy Chair using the following link: