Model-Based Space Systems and Software Engineering Workshop (MBSE2024)

28. 05. 2024 - 29. 05. 2024

In co-operation with the European Space Agency (ESA), the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) is organising a two-day workshop on Model-Based Space Systems and Software Engineering (MBSE2024) from Tue 28 May to Wed 29 May 2024 hosted in Bremen (Germany).

The workshops of this successful series is attended by both practitioners from space agencies and European space industry (primes and their suppliers), and researchers in applied model-based techniques, allowing for multi-facetted exchange and knowledge transfer.

The workshop is organized under guidance of the MB4SE advisory group (, which was initiated by the European Space Agency and consists of members of the national space agencies and the large-scale integrators in the ESA member states. The goal of MB4SE is to grow and strengthen the European space systems engineering community and to actively work together to promote and deploy model-based engineering in European space projects. This is achieved through organizing community building events, with focus on knowledge sharing, harmonization of research and development activities, the creation and maintenance of a space systems ontology and alignment on data governance policies and their implementations.

The symposium will include invited talks/keynotes, participant oral and poster presentations and interactive discussion sessions. A thematically linked hackathon will be organized in parallel. Information about the hackathon can be found here: MBSE 2024 Hackathon or downloaded here: Hackathon MBSE 2024 (pdf)

As of December 20th 2023 paper submission has opened!

  1. We welcome and appreciate your paper submissions
    for a presentation or poster.
  2. Please refer to the Call in the Paper Submission section of this site.
    Download Call for Papers (pdf)
  3. Please be sure to comply with the preparation instructions available under the Paper Submission section of this site: Paper Submission Guidelines
  4. Presenters are required to register for the symposium
    before March 14th 2024.