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Call for Participation – Requirements Engineering: the Essential Bridge

The IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference provides the premier international forum for researchers, educators, industrial practitioners and students to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns in the field of requirements engineering.

The RE'09 conference program includes 4 internationally recognized keynote speakers, 13 cutting edge tutorials, 8 leading workshops and a full program of research and industrial papers. For details of the full conference program, please visit: www.re09.org.

Keynote Speakers

James D. Herbsleb, Carnegie Mellon University – On the Diminishing Prospects for an Engineering Discipline of Requirements

Daryl Plummer, Gartner, Inc. – Cloud Computing: Engineering the Requirements for Everything as a Service

Alistair Sutcliffe, University of Manchester – People, Machines and Domains: Bridging the Gulfs between Worlds

Dave West, Forrester Research Inc. – Delivering Business Value with Agile Approaches to Requirements

Research Track

• Research papers presenting the latest results in requirements engineering research

• Panels, posters, and research tool demonstrations

Practitioner Track

In parallel to the scientific program, RE’09 has a track that addresses practitioners, featuring invited talks by industrial experts, mini-tutorials, tool experience talks, and industrial practice papers.


Workshop paper submission is open – please look at the website www.re09.org for details and dates.

Monday, August 31st, 2009

CIRCUS’09 – First International Workshop on Collaboration and Intercultural Issues on Requirements: Communication, Understanding and Softskills – Papers due: June 21, 2009

REET'09 – Fourth International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Education and Training – Papers due: June 29, 2009

REV'09 – Fourth International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Visualization – Papers due: June 22, 2009

RE-Vote'09 – First International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for E-voting Systems – Papers due: 4 July, 2009

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

IWSPM'09 – Third International Workshop on Software Product Management – Papers due: June 26, 2009

MaRK'09 – Second International Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge – Papers due: June 15, 2009

RELAW’09 – Second International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law – Papers due: 10 July, 2009

RHET’09 – First International Workshop on The Rhetoric of Requirements – Papers due: June 25, 2009

Call for Tool Exhibition Submissions

Companies who wish to exhibit and demonstrate requirements engineering support tools should contact Richard Welke (rwelke@ceprin.org).

Doctoral Symposium

The Doctoral Symposium is a one-day workshop that gives Doctoral students the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback in a constructive and international atmosphere.

Student Volunteers

We are looking for Masters and PhD students to help us run the conference. In return for about 12-16 hours of their time, student volunteers will receive a complimentary registration. Apply by June 15 to Carl Stucke (cstucke@gsu.edu).


Monday, August 31st, 2009

M1      Design science research methodology: Principles and practice, full day

M2      Reducing omission errors using cross product models, full day

M3      Product Management for Software and Systems, full day

M4      The User Requirements Notation (URN) and Aspects, full day

M5      Change Agency for Requirements Engineers, full day

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

T1        Selective Homeworkless Reviews, full day

T2        Roadmap to Success: Scope Modeling, full day

T3        Risk Focused Requirements Management, Discovering the opportunities, exposing the hazards, full day

T4        The "Physics" of Notations: A Scientific Approach to Designing Visual Notations in Requirements Engineering, full day

T5m     Use of Quality Models in Requirements Engineering and their Application on OTS Components Selection, 1/2 day (am)

T5a      Modeling the Flow of Requirements: Improved Communication and Documentation in Software Projects, 1/2 day (pm)

T6m     Good RE for Interface Requirements and Allocation and Traceability, 1/2 day (am)

T6a      Requirements Engineering for Large and Very Large Scale Systems, 1/2 day (pm)


Early registration fees apply to registrations made before July 20th, 2009. See the RE 2009 webpage (www.re09.org) for up-to-date information.

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