6th MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Product Development, Linköping University, Sweden,  February 7-8, 2012

4th OpenModelica Workshop, Linköping University, Sweden,  February 6, 2012

Organizers: Peter Fritzson, Petter Krus, Kristian Sandahl


For more information and the full programs see and

The workshops include many invited talks and several keynotes, including the following:

· Keynote, Edward A. Lee, Professor at UC Berkeley, Director of the Berkeley Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems and of the Ptolemy project, California, USA: “Heterogeneous Actor Models

· Keynote, John Baras, Professor at University of Maryland, Washington DC, USA, and Founding Director of the Institute for Systems Research: “COMPASS: Component-based Architectures for Systems Synthesis

· Keynote, Roger Germundsson, Technical Director, Wolfram Research, USA, “Modeling, Simulation & Analysis using MathModelica & Mathematica

OpenModelica workshop invited talks, including:

· Lars Mikelsons, Bosch-Rexroth, Germany: “Virtual Commissioning in D&C Engine: A Roadmap

· Kilian Link, Siemens AG, Germany: “The impact of FMI on In-house Tool Development – Bright Prospects for OpenModelica

The following tutorials are given:

· Tutorial 1: Olena Rogovchenko and Peter Fritzson, Linköping University. “Introduction to Object Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica using OpenModelica”. Hands-on Exercises, bring your laptop.

· Tutorial 2: Wladimir Schamai, EADS, Adrian Pop, Linköping University, “Model-based Development using ModelicaML Value Bindings for Model Composition and Requirements Traceability, and the Modelica MDT Eclipse Plugin with Run-Time Debugging”, hands-on exercises, bring laptop.

· Tutorial 3: Edward A. Lee, Professor at UC Berkeley, USA, “Modeling, Simulation, and Design of Concurrent Real-Time Embedded Systems Using Ptolemy”

· Tutorial 4: John Baras, Professor at University of Maryland, Washington DC, “Systems Engineering with MEMS and COMPASS”

· Tutorial 5: Petter Krus, Linköping University, “System simulation with HOPSAN NG”

Call for exhibitions is now open.  Send email to

The Center for Model-based Product Development (MODPROD) is an inter-disciplinary  research center at Linköping University. It revolves around model-based tools and  methods for mechanical systems, electronic systems and software, and unified  approaches for model-based design. This workshop brings together expertise in  these fields to discuss state of the art and the way ahead. In addition, there  are a number of tutorials on selected subjects.


Very welcome!


Peter Fritzson


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