Prof. Dr. Holger Giese

RE 2010

18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Sydney, Australia, September 27 - October 1, 2010

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.

Diversity is also prevalent across software development teams where end-users, developers, and other stakeholders often come from entirely different cultural, linguistic, religious, and educational backgrounds. Only by understanding and embracing this diversity can we communicate effectively across these boundaries and collaboratively build software systems that meet stakeholders’ needs, wants, and desires. As the Requirements Engineering research and practice community, we therefore need to develop innovative and useful techniques for eliciting, analysing, specifying, and managing requirements effectively across diverse project teams for a broad spectrum of projects.

RE’10 therefore invites papers that address all facets of the requirements engineering process ranging from formal to informal, from large to small, and across people-centric, business centric and system-centric viewpoints. We specifically encourage submissions which address multi-cultural requirements engineering practices that facilitate working with diverse stakeholders and project teams.


Call for Paper


Important Dates:

Abstracts due: February 12th, 2010
Full papers due: February 19th, 2010
Notifications: April 29th, 2010
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