June 5-6, Université Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris


The aim of this 2 day conference is to bring together both researchers and practitioners that are working on software and data analysis with the MOOSE platform. MOOSE is an open-source platform since 1996 and is supported by several research groups around the world, and is increasingly adopted in industrial projects. The MOOSEDay@UPMC 2014 conference will be a unique opportunity to exchange information and knowledge, and provide a forum for discussion of new research results, best practices and case studies.

The conference will take place at Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris during June 5-6, 2014. The conference will be free.

Previous editions of this event take place in Berne in April 2013 and Lille in December 2013.

The MOOSEDAY event will be organized as follows: talks in the morning and hands-on sessions in the afternoon.


Pierre and Marie Curie University, 4 place Jussieu. Paris, France
The meeting will be organised at LIP6 research lab, in the Noguez room (26-00/101). From the Jussieu parvis, you have to go on the left and take the stairs from the pilar 26, 1st Floor, Room number 101.


If you plan to do a talk send an email to : Serge dot Stinckwich AT gmail dot com

  • Alexandre Bergel

    Thuesday, 9h45 Roassal2: Next Generation of Visualization Engine

    Alexandre Bergel Web page

    Alexandre Bergel is Assistant Professor and researcher at the University of Chile. Alexandre Bergel and his collaborators carry out research in software engineering and software quality, more specifically on code profiling, testing and data visualization. Alexandre Bergel has authored over 60 articles, published in international and peer reviewed scientific forums, including the most competitive conferences and journals in the field of software engineering. Several of his research prototypes have been turned into products and adopted by major companies in the semi-conductor industry and certification of critical software systems.

  • Guillaume Larcheveque

    Thuesday, 10h30 Analysing industrial legacy code with tools based on MOOSE

    Guillaume Larcheveque Web page

    Guillaume Larchevêque is an Engineer in Synectique company specialised in providing dedicated tools for companies that have to maintain huge systems. He is responsible for the parsing and modelling infrastructure that supports many technologies.

  • Thierry Goubier

    Thuesday, 11h15 GitFileTree: a convenient Monticello workflow with Git

    Thierry Goubier

    Thierry Goubier, currently research engineer and expert for CEA List, working on programming languages and compilers for manycores (ΣC, τC) and HPC. Previously at UBO, Curtin University Sarawak, Diponegoro University doing logic synthesis for turbo codes, parallel programming, hypertexts and GUI framework. Graduated from Telecom Bretagne in 1992, with a MSc (94) and a PhD (1998) from University of Rennes I.

  • Pierre-Yves Lucas

    Thuesday, 12h00 QuickMap

    Pierre-Yves Lucas

    Pierre-Yves Lucas est étudiant en doctorat à l'UBO, sous la direction de Bernard Pottier. Le sujet de sa thèse porte sur porte sur la modélisation, la simulation de réseaux de capteurs, en s'appuyant sur les données géographiques, et l'implémentation sur le matériel.

  • Leo Perard

    Friday, 9h30 Telescope: building custom dynamic visualization for software analysis

    Leo Perard @PerardLeo

    I am a 3rd year bachelor student at the University of Lille I. I am currently doing an internship in the RMoD Team directed by Stephane Ducasse until the end of august working on dynamic visualizations for software analysis.

  • Serge Stinckwich

    Friday, 10h15 Process Mining and visualization with MOOSE

    Serge Stinckwich

    Sere Stinckwich is Associate Professor and is working in the UMMISCO research team on the modeling and simulation of complex systems.

  • Stephan Eggermont

    Thuesday, 11h00 Visualizing Delphi with Moose

    Stephan Eggermont @StOnSoftware

    I am an independent consultant and software developer. I am always interested in ways to make software development better and (even) more fun. I like helping teams in becoming more able to add value to their organizations. After programming for 15 years, I discovered Seaside and Smalltalk and found out that there was a reasonable way to develop web applications after all. I also do Technology Roadmapping to help organizations realize and visualize their future(s).


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Time Slot Description
Thuesday, 9h30 Check-in -
Thuesday, 9h45 Alexandre Bergel Roassal2: Next Generation of Visualization Engine DCC, University of Chile Roassal2 is a complete revamp of Roassal. It is based on Athens and Cairo for Smooth drawing and animation. Roassal2 comes with a number of API to easily build charts, geographical maps, animations.
Thuesday, 10h30 Guillaume Larcheveque Analysing industrial legacy code with tools based on MOOSE Synectique Synectique, harnessing the power of meta-tools and more than 35 years of experience, offers tailored and dedicated tools specifically adapted for your needs of software analysis and enable decision making to improve software. For this purpose, Synectique have to create new importers and parsers for all kinds of data. We will present some examples of our solution and some tools we developed to facilitate parsing.
Thuesday, 11h15 Thierry Goubier GitFileTree: a convenient Monticello workflow with Git CEA LIST GitFileTree, or, how to easily and safely integrate Pharo development in a git workflow (from Monticello/Metacello to Github without touching the command line)
Thuesday, 12h00 Pierre-Yves Lucas QuickMap UBO/Labsticc QuickMap est un logiciel interactif pour afficher et saisir des informations géographiques, sur fond de cartes géoréférencées (OpenStreetMap, GoogleMap). Ces cartes sont téléchargées depuis un serveur de tuiles tel que OpenStreetMap, OpenCycleMap ou GoogleMap. L'utilisateur peut saisir des points en cliquant sur la carte, pour construire un réseau de capteurs sans fil. On peut lire les fichiers au format shapefile et présenter leur contenu superposé à la carte, par exemple le contour des bâtiments de la ville de Brest. QuickMap affiche également la projection au sol de la trajectoire d'un satellite, en recevant les données depuis le logiciel de calcul d'orbites de satellites GPredict.
Thuesday, 12h30 Lunch -
Thuesday, 14h00-18h00 Hands-On Session -
Friday, 9h30 Leo Perard Telescope: building custom dynamic visualization for software analysis RMOD team, INRIA Telescope is an API based on Roassal2 providing tools to easily create and custom dynamic visualizations for software analysis.
Friday, 10h15 Serge Stinckwich Process Mining and visualization with MOOSE UMMISCO (IRD/UPMC) Process Mining techniques allow extracting information about processes from event logs. We will present some early work on event logs processing in MOOSE and processes visualization (Petri-Nets) with ROASSAL.
Thuesday, 11h00 Stephan Eggermont Visualizing Delphi with Moose Sensus Visualizing the state of a piece of software to all stakeholders is crucial to understanding. A recent data conversion project was much easier to steer with daily visualizations. We created visualizations of both data and code. MOOSE is a toolset that makes it easy to build a code browser, graph or other visualization of code or data. In this presentation we will show a few visualizations and browsers for a small legacy source Delphi code base. Each language and projects has its own specific problems, so we show some visualizations specific to Delphi.
Friday, 12h00 Lunch -
Friday, 14h00-17h00 Hands-On Session -