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9 out of 9 papers accepted: ETFA success for LIT CPS Lab

"This year, LIT CPS Lab has submitted 9 papers to ETFA , opens an external URL in a new window– every single one of them has been accepted," says Professor Rick Rabiser, excited about his team's success. The International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA) 2023 will take place in Sinaia, Romania. The conference focuses on the latest developments and technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation.

"The thematic diversity of the publications illustrates the development of cyber-physical systems and the multitude of opportunities they offer for the modern industry. Through our research, we actively contribute to technological advancements and are grateful for the opportunity to take part in shaping the future of this field," concludes Rabiser.

Please find below an overview of the accepted papers:

Shubham Sharma, Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Antonio Manuel Gutierrez, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Modular Control Software Design to Support Mechatronic Variants in IEC 61499.

Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Shubham Sharma, Antonio Manuel Gutierrez, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Delta Modeling in IEC 61499: Expressing Control Software Variability in Cyber-Physical Production Systems

Sandra Greiner, Bianca Wiesmayr, Kevin Feichtinger, Kristof Meixner, Marco Konersmann, Jerôme Pfeiffer, Michael Oberlehner, David Schmalzing, Andreas Wortmann, Bernhard Rumpe, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Maturity Evaluation of Domain-Specific Language Ecosystems for Cyber-Physical Production Systems

Lisa Sonnleithner, Bianca Wiesmayr, Antonio Gutierrez, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Complexity of Structured Text in IEC 61499 Function Blocks: A Survey

Philipp Bauer, Lisa Sonnleithner, Elene Kutsia, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Using Tool Support to Visualize and Interact with IEC 61499 Control Software

Lisa Sonnleithner, Anna-Lena Hager, Kristof Meixner, Alois Zoitl: IEC 61499 Skill-based Distributed Design Patterns

Tarik Terzimehić, Eddie Groh, Alois Zoitl: Composing Services with SMT-Based Deployment Optimization and Service Merging Heuristic

Mainak Majumder, Alois Zoitl: A Domain-Driven Design Oriented OPC UA Server Development Methodology for CPPS

Michael Oberlehner, Andreas Eigner, Manuel Wimmer, Alois Zoitl: Exploring Refactoring Operations for IEC 61499

One further paper was accepted at the 27th ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC 2023) at the same time, raising the number of papers accepted at the same time to 10:

Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Antonio Manuel Gutierrez Fernandez, Rick Rabiser, Alois Zoitl: Managing Cyber-Physical Production Systems Variability using V4rdiac: Industrial Experiences