|Session Title||Innovative Language Engineering with OOMEGA
OOMEGA is an Eclipse-based language engineering workbench. Its metamodelling language M2L provides powerful mechanisms to design abstract and textual concrete syntaxes of domain-specific languages.
Note: Places are limited on this session and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
|Speaker(s)||Christian Merenda (Xenium AG)
Christian Merenda works for the IT consulting company Xenium and is founder of the Eclipse-based language engineering workbench OOMEGA. He holds a diploma of computer sciences from TU Munich and an intermediate diploma in business economics from LMU Munich. Throughout his career he has done several IT consulting projects in various industries.
|Stefano Merenda (BMW AG)|
Stefano Merenda works for BMW and is founder of the Eclipse-based language engineering workbench OOMEGA. He holds a diploma of computer sciences from TU Munich and has recently finished his dissertation at the “Software & Systems Engineering” chair of Prof. Manfred Broy. Stefano’s research interest was in the area of language engineering: this led to the formal definition of the concise metamodelling language M2L, which is now a core element of the OOMEGA system.