Papers can be submitted at . Submitted papers may not exceed 15 pages using Springer's LNCS format (, and should contain original research. Simultaneous submission to other conferences with proceedings or submission of material that has already been published elsewhere is not allowed.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Foundations Applications
General models of graph transformation Model-driven development, especially model transformations
Parallel, concurrent, and distributed graph languages Domain-specific graph transformations
Hierarchical graphs and graph decompositions Software architecture, refactoring and evolution
High-level and adhesive replacement systems Implementation of programming languages
Term graph rewriting Access control and security models
Graph theoretical properties Aspect-oriented development of graph languages
Geometrical and topological aspects of graph transformation Image generation and pattern recognition techniques
Graph automata and parsing of graph languages Bioinformatics and system biology
Logical aspects of graph transformation Natural computing
Behavioural analysis and verification of graph transformation systems Workflows and business processes
Structuring and modularization concepts for graph transformation systems Self-adaptive systems and ubiquitous computing
Graph transformation and Petri nets Service-oriented applications and semantic web