CEN Workshop on 'ModGra -Graphical representation of physical process models'

Models mimic the behaviour of real-world systems by mapping them into mathematical objects. Models give freedom to the mind, allow tampering and testing, playing with what could become real before it has real-world consequences.

Models are central to any exploratory work aiming to exploit the object's behaviour based on its properties. Models are essential for controlling the real-world object's behaviour or properties. In short, models are the alpha and omega of science and engineering.


Modelling is a highly knowledge-intensive activity, and engineering and science activities cover a wide range of contexts from process engineering to manufacturing and materials & product engineering. Their documentation represents a notorious problem of science and technology.


This draft project plan is intended to inform the public of a new Workshop. Any interested party can take part in this Workshop and/or comment on this draft project plan. Please send any requests to participate or comments by e-mail to mario.gallo@uni.com.


All those who have applied for participation or have commented on the project plan by the deadline will be invited to the kick-off meeting of the Workshop on 7th July 2022.


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