Posters and Research Demonstrations Call For Submissions
The 17th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference invites submissions of high-quality posters and research demonstrations. The Posters and Research Demonstrations programme complements the main conference programme by offering an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present late-breaking or as-yet incomplete research results, or significant work-in-progress in Requirements Engineering. We particularly encourage presentations of posters and research demonstrations that are augmented with videos or DVDs.
Demonstration of commercial tools fitting into the themes of the conference are accepted and encouraged, but these demos are organized in a separate track. If you would like to present a commercial demonstration, please direct your request to Radu Vlas.
|Deadline for submission
||11 May 2009|
|Notification of authors
||5 June 2009|
|Camera-ready abstract due
||15 June 2009|
Posters and research demonstrations will be reviewed based on their quality, relevance, originality, significance, and soundness. The proposals should describe the main technical contributions of the work and not how it will be physically presented as a poster or research demonstration. Commercial products will not be accepted as research demonstrations (demonstrations of commercial products should be directed to the Demo track). Research demonstrations are not intended to be a forum for commercialization and marketing of a product.
Poster authors are invited to submit original proposals describing the work and the results that have not been submitted for review or published elsewhere. The proposal may include a small number of references, or even a figure or two. Research demonstration proposals should describe tools, techniques or methods of Requirements Engineering, including references, contributions, and how the work relates to other industrial or research effort. Both poster and research demonstration proposals must be written in English, conform to the IEEE CS Press Proceedings format (see here for instructions and templates), and should not exceed 2 pages. It is advisable to include an email address and a URL leading to more information about the work. Submissions of posters and research demonstrations are via EasyChair. Please use the following web site to make your submission.
Accepted Posters and Research Demonstrations
Accepted posters and research demonstrations will be given space in an exhibit area during the conference. Authors will have designated hours during which they are expected to be at their assigned space to present their work. Each accepted poster and research demonstration will be published in the RE'09 proceedings as a 2-page extended abstract. At least one author should register for the conference.
Posters and Research Demonstrations Co-Chairs
City University (UK)
University College London (UK)
Posters and Research Demonstrations Committee
Mikio Aoyama (Nanzan University, Japan)
Luciano Baresi (Polimi, Italy)
Marsha Chechik (University of Toronto, Canada)
Paul Gruenbacher (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Robert Hall (AT&T Labs - Research, USA)
Jane Hayes (University of Kentuky, USA)
Christos Kloukinas (City University London, UK)
Julio Leite (PUC-Rio, Brazil)
1. Shamal Faily and Ivan Flechais. Context-Sensitive Requirements and Risk Management with IRIS
2. Andreas Classen, Arnaud Hubaux and Patrick Heymans. Analysis of Feature Configuration Workflows
3. Eric Knauss, Kurt Schneider and Kai Stapel. Learning to Write Better Requirements through Heuristic Critiques
4. Gunter Mussbacher, Sepideh Ghanavati and Daniel Amyot. Modeling and Analysis of URN Goals and Scenarios with jUCMNav
5. David Callele, Eric Neufeld and Kevin Schneider. Augmenting Emotional Requirements with Emotion Markers and Emotion Prototypes
6. Camille Salinesi, Colette Rolland, Daniel Diaz and Raul Mazo. Looking for Product Line Feature Models Defects: Towards a Systematic Classification of Verification Criteria
7. Camille Salinesi, Daniel Diaz, Djebbi Olfa and Mazo Pena Raul. Exploiting the Versatility of Constraint Programming over Finite Domains to Integrate Product Line Models
8. Teng Long, Lin Liu, Yijun Yu and Zhi Jin. AVT Vector: A Quantitative Security Requirements Evaluation Approach based on Assets, Vulnerabilities and Trustworthiness of Environments