Driven by technological advances and by ever-growing need for higher quality, model-based testing (MBT) has matured in the last decade from a topic of research into an industrial technology. It has been successful in a wide span of application areas, including information and communication technology, internet protocols, information systems, embedded systems, and medical systems.
Many industrial experts and MBT practitioners miss an event dedicated to addressing engineering and application aspects of model-based testing. The ETSI Model-Based Testing User Conference fills this gap and offers an ideal opportunity for test designers, engineers working in test specification and automation, testing experts, quality and/or project managers, and for test tool and service providers from around the world to come together to see, hear about, share experiences as well as learn about the latest advances in the industrial use of model-based testing.
This event is organized by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and the Fraunhofer-Institutes FIRST and FOKUS in Berlin.
We ask all model-based testing users to take part in the survey by Robert Binder.
Please have a look at the MBT Community - a place to share ideas and knowledge to connect the MBT world.
You might also find this call for papers about testing of embedded safety-critical systems interesting.
Topics of interest
Notification of acceptance: June 30, 2011Submission of presentations: Sep. 18, 2011
October 20, 2011:
August 26, 2011:
There are special hotel prices for attendees of MBT UC.
August 07, 2011:
Information about the MBTUC-sponsors is online.
July 03, 2011:
The registration is online.
July 01, 2011:
The preliminary program is online.
June 17, 2011:
Travel information, conference dinner, and registration link are added.
June 10, 2011:
Record number of 44 proposal submissions has been received, review has been started, program will be announced at the end of June.
April 18, 2011:
New keynote speaker (see program)
Several sponsors support this year's Model-Based Testing User Conference.