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  Monday
16th June
Tuesday
17th June
Wednesday
18th June
Thursday
19th June
Friday
20th June
9:00-10:00 Tutorial#1
Tutorial#2
Tutorial#3

in parallel
Invited talk #1
P. Leroy
 
An invitation to Ada 2005
Invited talk #2
M. Mezini
 
Aspect-Oriented Programming Beyond Hierarchical Modularity
Invited talk #3
J. Kienzle
 
Software Fault Tolerance: An Overview
Tutorial#5
Tutorial#7

Workshop QoS in CBSE 2003
10:00-10:30   Exhibition and coffee Exhibition and coffee Exhibition and coffee in parallel
10:30-11:00 Coffee       Coffee
11:00-12:30 Tutorial#1
Tutorial#2
Tutorial#3

(cont.)
in parallel
Sessions
 
"Ravenscar"
&
"Language issues"

in parallel
Sessions
 
"Distributed Information Systems"
&
"Metrics"

in parallel
Sessions
 
"Real-Time Kernel"
&
"Testing"

in parallel
Tutorial#5
Tutorial#7
(cont.)
 
Workshop QoS in CBSE 2003

in parallel
12:30-14:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00-14:30          
14:30-15:30 Tutorial#1
Tutorial#2
Tutorial#4

in parallel
Session
"Static Analysis"
&
 
Vendor Session #1

in parallel
Session
"Software Components"
&
 
Vendor Session #2

in parallel
Session
"Real-Time Systems Design"
&
 
Vendor Session #4

in parallel
Tutorial#6
Tutorial#8

 
Workshop QoS in CBSE 2003

in parallel
15:30-16:00 Coffee       Coffee
16:00-16:30   Exhibition and coffee Exhibition and coffee Exhibition and coffee  
16:30-17:00          
17:00-17:30 Tutorial#1
Tutorial#2
Tutorial#4

(cont.)
in parallel
Ada-Europe General Assembly Session
"Formal Specification"
&
 
Vendor Session #3

in parallel
Invited talk #4
P. Farail
 
Software Development Process for Airbus A380
Tutorial#6
Tutorial#8

(cont.)
 
Workshop QoS in CBSE 2003

in parallel
17:30-18:00       Awards / Closing session  
  18:30
Opening Session
Film Screening & Reception
18:30
Reception
at Toulouse's Town Hall
19:30
Social event
Banquet at
"La Ferme de Champreux"
19:00
Visit of the Bemberg Foundation
 
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Conference Program

You can download the final conference program in a pdf (0.9 Mo) format.

This program is also available for :

See the papers page for more details on the sessions.

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Tutorial Program

You can download the final tutorial program in a pdf format for Monday June 16th or Friday June 20th.

See the program page for more details on these tutorials.

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Social Program

More information is available in this pdf guide.

Monday Evening: Opening Session

On Monday evening, after the tutorials, a film screening will take place in the auditorium of the conference site followed by a questions and answers session with John FUEGI, director of the documentary. The movie " To Dream Tomorrow " tells the story of Ada Byron Lovelace who worked with Charles Babbage. See this page for more information and a detailed schedule.
 

Tuesday Evening: Civic Reception

On Tuesday, we will enjoy a cocktail reception at the town hall by invitation of the Mayor of Toulouse. Before that, a guided bus tour will provide you a first impression of the city and several well-known sites. First of all, the most famous one and the symbol of Toulouse is the Capitol in which the reception will take place. Flowing through Toulouse is the river Garonne with bridges - the oldest one being the "Pont Neuf" -, the famous "Canal du Midi", many churches, including a cathedral, one of the France largest Romanesque basilicas (St Sernin) and monasteries.
 

Wednesday Evening: Banquet

The conference evening banquet will take place in a typical "ferme Lauragaise" (farm) located near a lake. France, and especially Toulouse, are world-wide renowned for their gastronomy and you will appreciate local dishes like "foie gras", "cassoulet", duck "magrets", cheeses and also the fabulous French wines.

A bus will take the participants from the conference hotel and will drive them back (no problem!).
 

Thursday Evening: Visit of the Bemberg Foundation

Named after its creator, the Bemberg Foundation offers the public the opportunity to admire the collection of paintings and works or art united throughout his lifetime. Particularly rich in works from the Renaissance and the French modern school - notably with more than thirty Paintings by Pierre Bonnard - the collection also includes furniture, bronzes, books and a variety of works of art. The Bemberg collection is presented in the exceptional setting of the Hôtel d'Assézat, a town mansion in the Renaissance style, put at the disposal of the Fondation and entirely restored by the Toulouse town council.

You may use the map on the Town Hall web site if you want to locate it.

A bus will take the participants to the free visit. If you are interested, you must register during the conference.
 

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Advance Program

The "advance program" brochure is available as a zipped pdf document (1.9Mo).

Or as a pdf document (2.3Mo).

It is also available as a black and white document in pdf format (1.2Mo).

To get a copy of the printed program, send your postal address to the Conference Organization. If you want to receive multiple copies for local redistribution, please include how many you need together with an indication of where you intend to distribute them.

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Final Program

The final program brochure is available as a pdf document (0.9Mo).

This program is also available for :

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