[ecoop-info] First Call for Papers: Requirements Engineering 2010

David Callele dcallele.conference at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 16:00:20 CET 2009



                        18th IEEE International
                 Requirements Engineering Conference


                    September 27 - October 1, 2010
                   University of Technology, Sydney



Technical and industrial paper abstracts due: February 12th, 2010
Full papers due: February 19th, 2010
Tutorials & Workshop proposals: March 15th, 2010.
For additional information please visit: http://www.re10.org


Software systems in today’s multi-faceted world are as diverse as
the people who use them. While some are built according to rigorous
government regulations, others must be delivered quickly to meet
time-to-market deadlines or must be responsive to changing business
needs. From a requirements engineering perspective, there is certainly
no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution.

RE’10 will  explore techniques and methods for eliciting, analyzing,
specifying, and managing requirements across diverse development teams
where stakeholders often come from entirely different cultural,
linguistic, geographical, and educational backgrounds; and across a
broad spectrum of software projects that encompass both formal and
informal development techniques and represent both small and very
large scale projects.


RE’10 invites high-quality submissions in the following areas:

Technical solution papers - present solutions for requirements-related
problems that are novel or significantly improve on an existing
solution. A technical solution paper must include a preliminary
validation of the proposed solution.

Scientific evaluation papers - evaluate existing problem situations or
validate/refute proposed solutions with scientific means, i.e., by
empirical studies, experiments, case studies, simulations, formal analyses,
mathematical proofs, etc. Scientific reflection on problems and practices
in industry also falls into this category.

Visionary papers  - 10 years into the new century, we invite visionary
and contemplative papers that explore the history, successes, and
challenges of various requirements-related practices and research agendas.
These papers will be published in a separate section of the proceedings.

Eligible topics include anything related to the elicitation, analysis,
specification, or verification of requirements. For a full list of
valid topics, please visit the RE’10 website: http://www.re10.org.


RE’10 will include a rich program to meet the needs of practitioners.
Some of the highlights include a track for business analyst and agile
requirements. RE’10 invites high-quality submissions in the following

Industry practice and experience papers - present challenges encountered
in practice, innovations in industrial practice, or success or failure

Extended abstracts - include a brief description of a requirements
related problem, a position statement based on a particular experience
with current practices and processes.

Tool demos - describes a new requirements-related tool to support
industrial process, techniques for selecting a good tool, or overview
of cutting edge tools.

We also invite proposals for expert tutorials, workshops, panels, doctoral
symposium contributions, posters, videos, and research demonstrations.


If you have never previously published at a major international
conference, then you may be eligible for our mentoring program.
Please check the RE’10 website for further details.


The conference will be held at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS),
located in the heart of an economic, multicultural and creative global
city with a range of hotel choices in the close vicinity. We have a great
venue planned for RE’10 with social activities that include a dinner
cruise on Sydney Harbor, and a reception at the famous opera house!


General Chair:
Didar Zowghi, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
didar.zowghi at uts.edu.au

Program Chair:
Jane Cleland-Huang, DePaul University, Chicago, USA,
jhuang at cs.depaul.edu

Finance Chair: Liming Zhu, Australia
Tutorial Chairs: Jane Huffman Hayes, USA, Debbie Richards, Australia
Workshop Chairs: Joao Araujo, Portugal, Lemai Nguyen, Australia
Posters & Demos Chairs: Jocelyn Armarego, Australia, Nan Niu, USA,
   Lin Liu, China
PhD Symposium Chairs: Klaus Pohl, Germany, Paul Swatman, Australia
Industry Track Chairs: Chad Coulin, Australia, Walid Maalej, Germany
Industry Liaison: Joy Beatty, USA
Mentoring Program: Andrea Zisman, UK
Publications: Travis Breaux, USA
Publicity Chairs: David Callele, Canada, Zhi Jin, China,
   Maya Daneva, Netherlands, Norazlin Yusop, Australia
Students Volunteers Chair: Nurie Nurmuliani, Australia,
   Carlos Castro Herrera, USA
Local Arrangments: Gemma Fox, Australia



Daniela Damian, Canada
Carlo Ghezzi, Italy
Martin Glinz, Switzerland
Olly Gotel, USA
Mats Heimdahl, USA
Patrick Heymans, Belgium
Julio Leite, Brazil
Klaus Pohl, Germany
Peter Sawyer, UK
Alistair Sutcliffe, UK
Tetsuo Tamai, Japan
Roel Wieringa, The Netherlands


Thomas Alspaugh, USA
Annie Anton, USA
Mikio Aoyama, Japan
Joao Araujo, Portugal
Aybüke Aurum, Australia
Daniel Berry, Canada
Travis Breaux, USA
Jaelson Castro, Brazil
Ruzanna Chitchyan
Lawrence Chung, USA
Eric Dubois, Luxembourg
Alexander Egyed, Austria
Martin Feather, USA
Anthony Finkelstein, UK
Xavier Franch, Spain
Donald Gause, USA
Vincenzo Gervasi, Italy
Michael Goedicke, Germany
Jane Hayes, USA
Connie Heitmeyer, USA
Ann Hickey, USA
Michael Jackson, UK
Marjo Kauppinen, Finland
Soeren Lauesen, Denmark
Seok Won Lee, USA
Emmanuel Letier, UK
Lin Liu, China
Robyn Lutz, USA
Nazim Madhavji, Canada
Neil Maiden, UK
Jeff McGee, USA
John Mylopoulos, Canada
Bashar Nuseibeh, UK
Barbara Paech, Germany
Awais Rashid, UK
Bjorn Regnell, Denmark
Collette Rolland, France
Motoshi Saeki, Japan
Camille Salinesi, France
Eric Yu, Canada
Yijun Yu, UK
Jin Zhi, China
Andrea Zisman, UK


Ian Alexander, Scenario Plus, UK
Joy Beatty, seilevel, USA
Brian Berenbach, Siemens USA
Bernd Brügge, TUM, Germany
Carlo Daffara, Connecta, Italy
Cristof Ebert, Vector Consulting, Germany
Patrick Mader, TU Ilmenau, Germany
Alistair Mavin, Rolls- Royce, UK
Takako Nakatani, Independent Consultant, Japan
Pei Peng, Siemens, China
David Randall, IIBA, Australia
Gil Regev, Itecor, Switzerland
Suzanne Robertson, Atlantic Systems Guild, UK
Juha Savolainen, Nokia, Finland
Bikram Sengupta, IBM, India
Beijun Shen, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Eric, Simmons, Intel, USA
Anil Kumar Thumilella, Harman Becker, Germany
Beata Wieczorek, Consultant, Australia

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