The 4th network event, including a research workshop, in the Lowcomote project was successfully completed

December 17, 2020

The 4th network event, including a research workshop, in the Lowcomote project was successfully completed

On the 9-10 December, the last network event for this year in the Lowcomote project was completed. The aim was to continue training the participating PhD students in low-code development platforms and give them additional competence in Model-Driven Engineering and cloud computing. The network event consisted of two parts: an international research meeting and a Low-code workshop.

On the first day of the event, students participated in an internal research meeting. During the meeting, they had the chance to introduce their research to the others: the papers they have published this year and their future goals. Our colleague, Benedek Horváth, who is a PhD student taking part in the program, talked about his papers Towards the Next Generation of Reactive Model Transformations on Low-Code Platforms: Three Research Lines and Model Checking as a Service: Towards Pragmatic Hidden Formal Methods.  

Besides that, project members had the opportunity to discuss project-related open questions and goals, i.e.: cooperation between students and the scheduling of secondments.

On the second day of the network event, a public Low-code workshop was organized and broadcasted via YouTube. During the workshop, audience could listen to talks by experts from industry and academia on various topics in Model-Driven Engineering. The 40-minute-long presentations were followed by short Q&A sections which resulted in useful discussions.

Watch the talks on the official YouTube channel of the Lowcomote project here.

The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement n° 813884.​