9th International Conference on Graph Transformation (ICGT) 2016 Vienna

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  • The 9th Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Graph Trans­for­ma­tion (ICGT 2016) will be held in Vienna, Aus­tria, as part of STAF 2016 at the Tech­nis­che Uni­ver­sität Wien on July 56, 2016.

    Graphs are used almost every­where when rep­re­sent­ing or mod­el­ling struc­tures and sys­tems, not only in applied and the­o­ret­i­cal com­puter sci­ence, but also in, e.g., nat­ural and engi­neer­ing sci­ences. Graph trans­for­ma­tion and graph gram­mars are the fun­da­men­tal mod­el­ling par­a­digms for describ­ing, for­mal­iz­ing, and ana­lyz­ing graphs that change over time when mod­el­ling, e.g., dynamic data struc­tures, sys­tems, or models.

    The Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Graph Trans­for­ma­tion (ICGT) series aims to bring together researchers from dif­fer­ent areas in this con­text and to pro­vide a forum for pre­sent­ing new results, dis­cussing novel ideas and shar­ing expe­ri­ence. The con­fer­ence is affil­i­ated with STAF (Soft­ware Tech­nolo­gies: Appli­ca­tions and Foun­da­tions) and it takes place under the aus­pices of EATCS, EASST, and IFIP WG 1.3. Pro­ceed­ings will be pub­lished by Springer in the Lec­ture Notes in Com­puter Sci­ence series.

    Pro­ceed­ings will be pub­lished by Springer in the Lec­ture Notes in Com­puter Sci­ence series.

    Scope

    In order to fos­ter a lively exchange of per­spec­tives on the sub­ject of the con­fer­ence, the pro­gramme com­mit­tee of ICGT 2016 encour­ages all kinds of con­tri­bu­tions related to graph trans­for­ma­tion. Top­ics of inter­est include, but are not lim­ited to the fol­low­ing subjects:

    • Gen­eral mod­els of graph trans­for­ma­tion (e.g., high-​level, adhe­sive, node, edge, and hyper­edge replace­ment systems)
    • Analy­sis and ver­i­fi­ca­tion of graph trans­for­ma­tion systems
    • Graph the­o­ret­i­cal prop­er­ties of graph languages
    • Automata on graphs and pars­ing of graph languages
    • Log­i­cal aspects of graph transformation
    • Com­pu­ta­tional mod­els based on graph transformation
    • Struc­tur­ing and mod­u­lar­iza­tion con­cepts for graph trans­for­ma­tion systems
    • Hier­ar­chi­cal graphs and decom­po­si­tions of graphs
    • Par­al­lel, con­cur­rent, and dis­trib­uted graph transformation
    • Mod­el­ling and Analy­sis of Dynamic Data Structures
    • Term graph rewriting
    • Graph trans­for­ma­tion and Petri nets
    • Ontolo­gies and Ontol­ogy evolution
    • Graph data­bases
    • Mod­el­ling and real­iz­ing Soft­ware archi­tec­tures, refac­tor­ing, evo­lu­tion, work­flows, busi­ness processes, access con­trol, secu­rity poli­cies, Service-​oriented appli­ca­tions, seman­tic web, …
    • Nat­ural lan­guage pro­cess­ing, Nat­ural com­put­ing, Bioin­for­mat­ics, Quan­tum com­put­ing, Ubiq­ui­tous com­put­ing, Visual com­put­ing, Image gen­er­a­tion, Nat­ural and Engi­neer­ing sciences, …
    • Model-​driven devel­op­ment and model transformation
    • Model check­ing, pro­gram ver­i­fi­ca­tion, sim­u­la­tion and animation
    • Syn­tax, seman­tics and imple­men­ta­tion of pro­gram­ming lan­guages, domain-​specific lan­guages, and visual languages
    • Graph trans­for­ma­tion lan­guages and tool support
    • Effi­cient algo­rithms (pat­tern match­ing, graph tra­ver­sal etc.)

    Orga­ni­za­tion

    Pro­gram Chairs

    • Rachid Echa­hed (CNRS, Lab­o­ra­toire LIG, France)
    • Mark Minas (Uni­ver­sität der Bun­deswehr München, Germany)

    Pro­gram Committee

    • Gábor Bergmann (Budapest Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy and Eco­nom­ics, Hungary)
    • Paolo Bot­toni (Sapienza Univ. di Roma, Italy)
    • Andrea Cor­ra­dini (Uni­ver­sità di Pisa, Italy)
    • Juan de Lara (Uni­ver­si­dad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
    • Frank Drewes (Umeå Uni­ver­sity, Sweden)
    • Clau­dia Ermel (Tech­nis­che Uni­ver­sität Berlin, Germany)
    • Hol­ger Giese (Hasso Plat­tner Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Pots­dam, Germany)
    • Annegret Habel (Uni­ver­sität Old­en­burg, Germany)
    • Reiko Heckel (Uni­ver­sity of Leices­ter, UK)
    • Berthold Hoff­mann (Uni­ver­sität Bre­men, Germany)
    • Dirk Janssens (Uni­ver­siteit Antwer­pen, Belgium)
    • Bar­bara König (Uni­ver­sity of Duisburg-​Essen, Germany)
    • Chris­t­ian Krause (SAP Inno­va­tion Cen­tre Pots­dam, Germany)
    • Sabine Kuske (Uni­ver­sität Bre­men, Germany)
    • Leen Lam­bers (Hasso Plat­tner Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Pots­dam, Germany)
    • Yngve Lamo (Bergen Uni­ver­sity Col­lege, Norway)
    • Tihamér Lev­en­dovszky (Van­der­bilt Uni­ver­sity, USA)
    • Mohamed Mos­bah (LaBRI , Uni­ver­sité de Bor­deaux, France)
    • Fer­nando Ore­jas (Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­sity of Cat­alo­nia, Spain)
    • Francesco Parisi-​Presicce (Sapienza Univ. di Roma, Italy)
    • Detlef Plump (Uni­ver­sity of York, UK)
    • Arend Rensink (Uni­ver­sity of Twente, The Netherlands)
    • Leila Ribeiro (Uni­ver­si­dade Fed­eral do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
    • Andy Schürr (Tech­nis­che Uni­ver­sität Darm­stadt, Germany)
    • Mar­tin Strecker (Uni­ver­sité de Toulouse, France)
    • Gabriele Taentzer (Philipps-​Universität Mar­burg, Germany)
    • Matthias Tichy (Uni­ver­sity of Ulm, Germany)
    • Pieter Van Gorp (Eind­hoven Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, The Netherlands)
    • Hans Vangheluwe (Uni­ver­siteit Antwer­pen, Belgium)
    • Bern­hard West­fech­tel (Uni­ver­sity of Bayreuth, Germany)
    • Albert Zün­dorf (Kas­sel Uni­ver­sity, Germany)
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