Lowcomote is an international project supported by the European Union that aims to train 15 Early Stage Researchers (PhD students) in low-code development platforms. The goal of the project is to help these students become the leaders of tomorrow’s engineering of low-code platforms. To reach this goal, the project provides trainings and workshops in the fields of Model-Driven Engineering, Cloud Computing, and Machine Learning. Participating PhD students attend trainings as well as a research program by one of the cooperating academic institutions.
- To goal of the project is to explore low-code languages and Model-Driven Engineering tools for the development of large-scale applications in heterogeneous domains.
- To create a repository that is able to store and retrieve heterogeneous modeling artifacts (e.g., models, metamodels, model transformations, and code generators).
- To develop efficient model transformations over large and complex models.
- IncQuery Labs is hosting one of the Early Stage Researchers, Benedek Horváth, who is pursuing his PhD in live model transformations for distributed low-code platforms.
- The goal of Benedek’s research is to implement an open-source model transformation engine that can execute transformations over a highly distributed computing infrastructure, providing scalability both in terms of model size and transformation complexity and reacting immediately to changes in the environment.
February 14, 2019 - IncQuery Labs is hiring a PhD Student for the Lowcomote Project in Budapest
January 28, 2020 - Lowcomote's first networking event
March 13, 2020 - Lowcomote’s second network event
September 8, 2020 - The 3rd network event trainings in the Lowcomote project are completed
November 4, 2020 - Lowcomote success at the MODELS 2020 conference
December 1, 2020 - IncQuery Labs presents on Researcher’s Night 2020
October 4, 2021 - Presenting results of recent Lowcomote collaborations at MODELS 2021
January 19, 2023 - Year 2022 in the Lowcomote Project
January 24, 2023 - Pragmatic Verification and Validation of Industrial Executable SysML Models
The Lowcomote project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813884.