We are entering new year 2017 with the secured website https://ccmi.fit.cvut.cz as well as with other web services of our research group.
We wish you all the best for the new year, many successes not only in the field of conceptual modeling and may it is also safe year!
On Monday, 7. 11. 2016, we met once again at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Centre for Conceptual Modelling and Implementation. During the formal part of the meeting participant presented themselves, their activity in the previous academic year and plans for the current one. Then we discussed about various topics in the field of conceptual modeling, software engineering, cooperation, research and teaching.
All lectures, papers and other materials from this year ESUG and IWST are now available on the site esug.org: esug.org/wiki/pier/Conferences/2016.
On 24th August, 2016 Robert Pergl with Peter Uhnák presented article about our open modelling platform OpenPonk, formerly known as DynaCASE, on this year’s conference ESUG (European Smalltalk User Group), which is held here in Prague at CTU, within IWST (International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies) block. Even if you coudn’t attend the conference or just our presentation, you can take a look here.
We warmly invite you to this year’s conference of the European Smalltalk Users’ Group, which this year we host directly at the CTU in Prague. The event will take place soon, namely August 22nd to 26th, so do not hesitate to registrate. It is also a great opportunity for students, you can register as volunteers with the comment “local student volunteer.”
For more information about the event (including registration) visit the ESUG website.
We look forward to seeing you at ESUG’16!
** PhD Position in Value Co-Creation at the **
** Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) **
As a key player in research and innovation in Luxembourg, the
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST, www.list.lu)
covers with its 630 employees the domains of materials, environment
and IT. As an RTO (Research and Technology Organisation) and with
its interdisciplinary impact-driven approach, LIST contributes to
the development of Luxembourg’s economy and society.
We recommend you fantastic presentation “The Death of Object-Oriented Programming” by Oscar Nierstrasz: