OpenModelica is an open-source Modelica-based cyber-physical mathematical modeling, architectural description, simulation, optimization and digital twin building tool.
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CFP OpenModelica/MODPROD Workshops Jan 31-Feb 2, 2022
16th MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Cyber-Physical Product Development, February 1-2, 2022
14th OpenModelica Annual Workshop, January 31, 2022
In cooperation with ICES, INCOSE Sweden and IEEE Computer Society Swedish Chapter
Location: Hybrid (Linköping University & Online)
Deadline for submissions of abstracts and draft presentations/papers: Nov 14, 2021
See https://modprodblog.wordpress.com/submission/ for latest updates.
Theme for this year: Model-based engineering for remote collaboration
Rodrigo Castro, University of Buenos Aires. “Tackling multiple scales: efficient model-based simulation for the Covid-19 pandemic”
Christian Gehrmann, Lund University. "Digital twins to enhance cybersecurity for the next generation Industry 4.0 factory"
The workshop is concerned with, but not limited to, the following themes:
Digital design and tools for circular products, production and business models
Sustainable systems engineering
Continuous integration and delivery
Cyber-physical and multi-domain system modeling and development
Software and hardware modeling for cyber-physical systems
Methods and standards for co-modeling and co-simulation
High-performance, real-time, and hardware-in-the-loop simulation
Design optimization and analysis
Verification and validation
Modeling languages and simulation tools
Modularized systems development
Industry 4.0, Internet of things and embedded systems modeling
Lessons learned: Experiences of application of model-based product development
Cyber Security in Digital Collaboration
OpenModelica Annual Workshop
Applications of OpenModelica
Modelica Libraries with OpenModelica
Industrial Use Cases
OpenModelica in Teaching
OpenModelica tool developments
Solver issues in OpenModelica
Meta modeling and hardware/software modeling
Code generation in OpenModelica
Parallel compilation and execution
FMI-based simulation, co-simulation and OMSimulator
Visualization and 3D animation
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit draft presentations, abstracts, or full paper drafts for consideration by the organizing committee. Publication at this event does not prevent future publication at scientific conferences. The submission can be new or recently published work.
The submission can be an abstract (can be short) and (optional but encouraged) a .pdf file, to be submitted at:
For submission to MODPROD 2022, use
For submission to OpenModelica 2022, use
Submission deadline: November 14, 2021
Acceptance notification: November 28, 2021
The final version of the presentation, delivered by the presenter at the workshop, will be put on the web. Papers will not be published here. The authors are free to publish paper versions of their work elsewhere, in conferences or journals. The language of the workshops is English.
The Center for Model-based Cyber-Physical Product Development (MODPROD) is an inter-disciplinary research center at Linköping University. It revolves around model-based tools and methods for cyber-physical systems, 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.
The Open Source Modelica Consortium (OSMC) is a non-profit organization supporting the development of the OpenModelica Open-Source implementation of Modelica and related tools, e.g. OMSimulator for FMI based modeling and simulation, ModelicaML (UML-Modelica integration), OMOptim, OMPython, OMJulia, OMDebugger, for industrial and academic usage.
The IEEE Computer Society traces its origins to the 1946 and advances the theory, practice, and application of computer and information-processing science and technology. The Swedish Chapter has been recommending MODPROD to its members since 2015.
ICES is a collaboration center at KTH in the areas of software-intensive embedded and cyber-physical systems (www.ices.kth.se). Acting as a competence network with more than 30 industrial partners and collaborations with other initiatives, ICES takes on the role to bridge gaps between disciplines and domains, students, researchers/teachers and industrial engineers and managers.
Robert Braun, Jad El-khoury, Ingo Staack and and Martin Törngren
MODPROD/ICES Workshop Organization
vice director, Open Source Modelica Consortium