Call for Papers

Models are central tools for mastering complex systems. The topics of developing, using, communicating, and processing models are as diverse as computer science itself. Systems spanning across multiple technical platforms as well as the inclusion of the organizational and technical environment in the design pose additional challenges.

The Modeling conference, organized by the Querschnittsfachausschuss Modellierung of the Gesellschaft für Informatik since 1998, has established itself as a forum for fundamentals, methods, techniques, tools as well as domains and applications of modeling. Experts in the field exchange information about current research results and trends in practice in vibrant discussions.

This year, in addition to the traditional formats for submissions, there will also be a Journal/Conference First Track, inviting contributions to previously published articles in international journals or conferences. More information on these submission formats can be found later in this call. In addition, a doctoral symposium, tutorials, and an industry-forum are planned alongside workshops. Information on submissions to these formats can be found in separate calls.

Submissions in both German and English are welcome.

The Modeling conference 2024 will be organized on the campus of the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam. First-class facilities will be available for the conference; in addition to the scientific program, a broad social program will be organized, including a visit to the Museum Barberini, which is operated by the Hasso Plattner Foundation. The Berlin/Potsdam metropolitan region also offers a variety of opportunities to extend the conference visit.


The Modeling conference 2024 invites contributions on all aspects of modeling in computer science as well as related fields. The following topics for contribution submissions are therefore suggestions and not meant to be exclusive.


Methods, Techniques, and Tools

Domains and applications of modeling



We look forward to receiving the following types of contributions:

Contributions can be submitted via the Easychair system of modeling 2024. The page limits are strict. The proceedings will be published in the GI series Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI). The design of the papers is determined by the LNI Guidelines. Contributions will be listed in indexes such as DBLP. Authors may revise accepted scientific papers and submit them to appropriate journals for publication. Please submit your paper(s) to the Easychair site


Contributions must follow the Author’s Instructions of the LNI Series and be prepared using the provided LaTeX format template for uniform appearance. The LaTeX files must be submitted with the final version of the paper.