I had the opportunity to participate in two large scale projects enabling scalability in Model-Driven Engineering (MDE):
The MONDO project is a Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) of the Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development (FP7). The aim of MONDO has been to tackle the increasingly important challenge of scalability in MDE in a comprehensive manner. The project consortium counted 9 partners --5 industrial and 4 academics-- from 6 different countries. Mines-Nantes, Soft-Maint, and Softeam from France, The Autonomous University of Madrid and IKERLAN from Spain, Uninova from Portugal, The University of York from the United Kingdom, The open-group from Belgium, and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics from Hungary. In the framework of this project, I was involved in WP3: Scalable Model Transformation and Query. I developed ATL-MR, an engine for distributed MTs with ATL on Mapreduce.
The ITM-Factory is a French Project is supported by the FUI 14 program. ITM-Factory aims to build a software factory to modernize existing or old fashion software without having to fully rebuild them. In the scope of this project, I was involved in the WP6: Manipulating Very Large Models, where the AtlanMod team contributed with the the NeoEMF/Graph tool.