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October 11-12, 2018

We are pleased to invite you to the MES User Conference 2018. Join us for an exciting program with outstanding speakers.

Agile methods have become state of the art in software development. Agile teams are able to react to changing requirements, delivering intermediate solutions for rapid feedback. Model-based development, by its very nature, contributes to early validation and is hence in line with agile principles.
The MES User Conference 2018 will turn its focus towards agile software development. What are the challenges in agile model-based software development? How are challenges addressed?

Venue: Umspannwerk Ost, Palisadenstraße 48, 10243 Berlin
Conference language: English
Registration fee: € 220 plus VAT

Limited number of participants, please register in advance by September 20, 2018.
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Target Audience

Managers, project managers, testers, developers, users of the MES software solutions, and other interested parties.

Call for Proposals

CfP as a PDF file

Visions of the future and “works in progress” – academic and industry experts are invited to give presentations of about 20 minutes.

Proposal submission deadline: February 15, 2018 (800-1,200 characters).

Possible Topics

  • Quality assurance in agile model-based development
  • Agile development of safety-related systems
  • Quality monitoring
  • Agile principles vs. process requirements
  • Case studies of MES tool deployment
  • Automotive processes as a blueprint for other domains
  • Software architectures of complex systems

If you are interested in presenting, please let us know before February 15, 2018.

Program will be published soon.


Travel Information

The MES User Conference 2018 will take place at:

Umspannwerk Ost

Palisadenstraße 48
10243 Berlin

Info on venue location: Umspannwerk Ost

The landmarked building that today houses Umspannwerk Ost was built in 1899/1900 according to plans drawn up by the architect Oskar Springmann and is considered one of the oldest records of Berlin's electricity supply. In 1900, Berliner Elektrizitätswerke AG opened a transformer and converter station in Palisadenstrasse in the Berlin district of Friedrichshain; the building was expanded in the 1920s to include a machine room and battery rooms. The electricity plant was shut down in 1945 after the Second World War. In the 1950s, the parts of the building that had been destroyed were torn down when Stalinallee (Stalin Avenue) was being built. Since the 1980s, the building has been used as a production and office building, and in 1999, it was converted into a cultural and conference center.

We are pleased to look back on a successful MES User Conference 2016 and looking forward to welcome you in 2018 again!