Best Paper Award at MODELS’23

Together with the co-authors, Pascal Archambault, Quentin Wolak, Vinh Vu, Timothe Lalonde, Kashif Riaz, Eugene Syriani, and Houari Sahraoui, we are honored to receive the Best Practice Track Paper Award at this year’s International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering Languages and Systems – (MODELS) for our work “Digital Twins for Cyber-Biophysical Systems: Challenges and Lessons Learned“.

We wrote this paper to help members of the modeling community anticipate the unique challenges they might face in their prospective research endeavors in the biophysical domain. We believe the vast body of knowledge this community has built over two and a half decades is an essential enabler to the next generation of complex, heterogeneous systems with substantial biological modalities.
This award means our community is ready to engage in these ambitious endeavors and I couldn’t be happier to be part of this journey!