See the CfP as of August 25 2019.
See the PC chairs and local organizers of VaMoS 2020.
Magdeburg is the capital of the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The city features many beautiful landmarks, such as the cathedral, the Green Citadel, and the Jahrtausendturm. Magdeburg is situated on the Elbe river, which surrounds the isle Werder with the city park. Magdeburg has a long scientific tradition, with the potenitally most famous researcher being Otto von Guericke, who is well-known for his experiments on the physics of vacuums, and who was also the major of Magdeburg. In the former German Democratic Republic, Magdeburg featured three universities, which merged to form the Otto-von-Guericke Unviersity in 1993. In addition, the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1991.
Magdeburg has a tradition of research and practice on software-product-line, configurable, variant-rich, and variability-intensive systems with, by now, two research groups concerned with software engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. The research and its adoption in practice resulted in two well-known tools for software product lines that are regularly used by researchers and practitioners: Pure::variants by pure-systems and FeatureIDE.
VaMoS 2020 will be held at Lukasklause, which is round about 5 minutes away from the Otto-von-Guericke University and is lcoated directly at the river Elbe. The Lukasklause features a large conference hall in an historical building that belonged to the city's defense structures. Moreover, it comprises a museum about Otto-von-Guericke and the history of Magdeburg.
Address: Schleinufer 1, 39104 Magdeburg
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