Call for Papers: RE'07



Call for Papers: RE'07

From: Thomas Alspaugh <alspaugh_at_ics.uci.edu>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 19:16:26 -0800
Message-ID: <45626F8A.2040408@ics.uci.edu>
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                      Call for Papers and Proposals

   15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'07)

                   October 15th-19th 2007, Delhi, India
                           http://www.re07.org

            "Understanding Requirements in the Global Economy"
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IMPORTANT DATES
   Paper abstracts                                   February 5 2007
   Paper submissions (all categories)                February 12 2007
   Tutorial, workshop and panel submissions          March 9 2007
   Notification of authors                           April 27 2007
   Doctoral symposium, poster and other submissions  May 11 2007

As software development is now part of the global economy, requirements
engineering is the key bridge between the customer and supplier.
Understanding and translating users' needs into effective solutions has
always been vital; however, as development is outsourced, requirements
have to reflect cultures and languages and local needs. Furthermore,
understanding requirements becomes a collaborative activity across time
and space. The IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference
provides the premier international forum for researchers, educators and
industrial practitioners to present and discuss the most recent
innovations, trends, experiences and concerns in the field of
requirements engineering.

Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
  - requirements elicitation, analysis, documentation, validation and
      verification;
  - requirements specification languages, methods, processes and tools;
  - requirements management, traceability, viewpoints, prioritization and
     negotiation;
  - modelling of requirements (formal and informal), goals and domains;
  - prototyping, simulation and animation;
  - evolution of requirements over time, product families and
     variability;
  - relating requirements to business goals, products, architecture and
     testing;
  - social, cultural, global, personal and cognitive factors in
     requirements engineering;
  - domain-specific problems, experiences and solutions.


PAPER CATEGORIES
We will invite submissions of high quality papers in four categories:

Technical solution papers present solutions for requirements-related
problems which are novel or significantly improve existing solutions. 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.

Industrial practice and experience papers present problems or challenges
encountered in practice, discuss insights, innovations in industrial
practice, success and failure stories. The focus is on 'what' and on
lessons learned, not on an in-depth analysis of 'why'. Otherwise,
consider submitting a scientific evaluation paper.

Theory/vision papers propose and illustrate new views and theories
underpinning RE, present creative new ideas, rethink current notions,
etc. Please note that this is not a forum for research proposals or
immature technical solution papers.

More details about the paper categories and corresponding review
evaluation criteria submission dates are provided on the conference
website.

Papers must describe original work not submitted or presented at other
forums. Accepted papers will be published in an IEEE CS Press Conference
Proceedings and will be available in the IEEE CS Digital Library.


SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Submissions will be handled electronically at the RE'07 submission site.
Authors without web access must make advance arrangements with the
Program Chair at least one week before the deadline. Technical solution
and scientific evaluation papers must not exceed 10 pages. Industrial
practice and theory/vision papers must not exceed 6 pages. Submissions
must be formatted according to the IEEE CS proceedings format (see
http://www.computer.org/portal/site/cscps/index.jsp for instructions and
templates). More detail on submission procedures will be available on
the conference website.


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


CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION
   General Chair
     Pankaj Jalote, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Delhi
   Program Chair
     Alistair Sutcliffe, University of Manchester, UK
   Local Arrangements
     Mira Walia, QAI, India
   Finance Chair
     Sanjeev K Aggarwal, IIT, Kanpur, India
   Practitioner Tracks
     David Bush, NATS, UK
     Gautam Shroff, Tata Computing Systems, India
   Workshops
     Naveen Prakash, GCET Noida, India
     Camille Salinesi, Univ of Paris I, France
   Tutorials
     Pete Sawyer, University of Lancaster, UK
   Doctoral Symposium
     Annie Anton,  North Carolina State University, USA
   Posters, Demos and Exhibits
     Daniela Damian, University of Victoria, Canada
     Olly Gotel, Pace University, NY, USA
   Publicity
     Neil Maiden, City University, UK
     Thomas Alspaugh, University of California-Irvine, USA
     Didar Zowghi, University of Technology-Sydney, Australia
   Webmaster
     Jan Hartmann, University of Manchester, UK
   Proceedings
     Antonella de Angeli, University of Manchester, UK
   Program Board (associate program chairs)
     Jane Cleland-Huang, DePaul University, USA
     Steve Easterbrook, University of Toronto, Canada
     Don Gause, State University of New York, USA
     Sol Greenspan, National Science Foundation, USA
     Martin Glinz, Universitat Zurich, Switzerland
     Jeff Kramer, Imperial College, London, UK
     Axel van Lamsweerde, University of Louvain, Belgium
     John Mylopoulos, University of Toronto, Canada
     Bashar Nuseibeh, Open University, UK.
     Kevin Ryan, LERO, Ireland
     Tetso Tamai, University of Tokyo, Japan
     Roel Wieringa, Universiteit Twente, Netherlands
   Program Committee
     Ian Alexander, UK
     Thomas Alspaugh, USA
     Mikio Aoyama, Japan
     Joanne Atlee, Canada
     Daniel Berry, Canada
     Jaelson Castro, Brazil
     Betty Cheng, USA
     Daniela Damian, Canada
     Al Davis, USA
     Deepak d'Souza, India
     Eric Dubois, Luxembourg
     David Bush, UK
     Christof Ebert, France
     Martin Feather, USA
     Steve Fickas, USA
     Anthony Finkelstein, UK
     Xavier Franch, Spain
     Vincenzo Gervasi, Italy
     Michael Goedicke, Germany
     Orlena Gotel, USA
     Anthony Hall, UK
     Mats Heimdahl, USA
     Constance Heitmeyer, USA
     Patrick Heymans, Belgium
     Ann Hickey, USA
     Frank Houdek, Germany
     Peter Hruschka,Germany
     Matthias Jarke, Germany
     Marina Jirotka, UK
     Soren Lauesen, Denmark
     Julio Leite, Brazil
     Michel Lemoine, France
     Robyn Lutz, USA
     Nazim Madhavji, Canada
     Jeff Magee, UK
     Neil Maiden, UK
     Andreas Opdahl, Norway
     Oscar Pastor, Spain
     Klaus Pohl, Germany
     Naveen Prakash, India
     S. Ramesh, India
     Bjorn Regnell, Sweden
     Suzanne Robertson, UK
     Bill Robinson, USA
     Colette Rolland, France
     Pete Sawyer, UK
     Motoshi Saeki, Japan
     Camille Salinesi, France
     Sebastian Uchitel, Argentina
     Eric Yu, Canada
     Didar Zowghi, Australia
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