Date and time: 08.10.2019 14:15-15:00
Slides can be found here (TBA)
Speaker: Alfonso Pierantonio
Although Model-Based Software Engineering (MBE) is a widely accepted Software Engineering (SE) discipline, no agreed-upon core set of concepts and practices (i.e., a Body of Knowledge) has been defined for it yet. With the goals of characterizing the contents of the MBE discipline, promoting a global consistent view of it, clarifying its scope with regard to other SE disciplines, and defining a foundation for the development of educational curricula on MBE, this paper proposes the contents for a Body of Knowledge for MBE. We also describe the methodology that we have used to come up with the proposed list of contents, as well as the results of a survey study that we conducted to sound out the opinion of the community on the importance of the proposed topics and their level of coverage in the existing SE curricula.
Alfonso Pierantonio is Associate Professor in Computer Science at the University of L’Aquila (Italy). His research interests include Model-Driven Engineering with a specific emphasis on co-evolution, bidirectionality, and model analytics. He has been involved in many national and international projects including H2020 ITN Lowcomote and H2020 Typhon. He has been general chair of STAF 2015, PC chair of ECMFA 2018 and on the organizing, steering, and program committees of many international conferences. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Object Technology (JOT) and member of the editorial board of the Journal on Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM).
More information and a list of publications can be found here: http://apierantonio.github.io