[ecoop-info] Joint Call for Workshop Contributions - RE'15

seyff seyff at ifi.uzh.ch
Tue May 12 20:31:37 CEST 2015

***** Joint Call for Workshop Contributions - RE'15 *****

Which workshop will you submit to at RE'15?
And take a peek at our tutorials!

The next RE Conference, the 23rd IEEE International Requirements 
Engineering Conference (RE'15), will be held in Ottawa, Canada, from the 
24th to the 28th of August, 2015.

Workshops at RE'15:
AIRE: 2nd International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for 
Requirements Engineering
EmpiRE: 5th Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering
MoDRE: 5th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop
RE4SuSy: 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for 
Sustainable Systems
REBPM: 2nd International Workshop on the Interrelations between 
Requirements Engineering & Business Process Management
CrowdRE: The First International Workshop on Crowd-Based Requirements 
ESPRE: 2nd Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements 
JIT RE: 1st Workshop on Just-In-Time RE
RePa: The Fifth International Workshop on Requirements Patterns
RELAW: Eighth International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law
iStar: Eighth International i* Workshop

Please check the individual workshops at re15.org for specific 
submission guidelines!
Most submission deadlines are June 9.

Full-Day Tutorials
21 Ways to Review Requirements Adequacy (Robin Goldsmith)
Business Process Compliance Analysis with jUCMNav (Sepideh Ghanavati, 
Diana Marosin and Marc van Zee)
Defining Secure Architecture Requirements Using Security Patterns 
(Eduardo B. Fernandez)
Eliciting Unstated Requirements (Nancy Mead, Michael Konrad and Mary 
Beth Chrissis)
How to Combine Requirements and Interaction Design (Hermann Kaindl)
Introduction to Grounded Theory (Travis Breaux and Hanan Hibshi)
Leverage BABOK® Guide v3 to Deliver Better Business Outcomes (Kevin 
Brennan and Jas Phul)
Novel way of training requirements analysis and validation skills using 
feed-back-enabled semantic prototyping (Gayane Sedrakyan and Monique 
Writing Better Requirements with EARS+ (Alistair Mavin)
Writing Good Requirements (John Terzakis and Erik Simmons)

Half-Day Tutorials
Aligning Product Line Strategy, Requirements and Features (Mike Mannion 
and Juha Savolainen)
Modeling and Analysis of Open Source Software Ecosystems (Xavier Franch, 
Angelo Susi and Eric Yu)
Distributed Systems Development using Info Cases (Carlos Henrique Duarte 
and Michel Fortuna)

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