Reminder: REFSQ 2015 Call for Papers and Workshop Proposals

“I heard it first at REFSQ” This year’s special theme underlines REFSQ’15’s seeking for reports of novel ideas and techniques that enhance the quality of RE’s products and processes, as well as reflections on current research and industrial RE practices. REFSQ’15 is particularly interested in the future of RE, thus in really new views on RE that will be debated in the many interactive formats of REFSQ’15. We therefore encourage submissions that highlight the utilization of RE for solving our society’s great problems, such as the aging society and the expected scarcity of energy, and for utilizing emerging technologies such as smart networks, novel internet architectures, and the wide availability of sensors and data sources. Contributions from further related areas such as systems engineering, economics, and management are also very welcome for the insights they provide to RE.

Hence, your REFSQ organisational team would like to point your attention to the Call for Papers and the Call for Workshop Proposals.

Please keep in mind the following dates:

Call For Paper

* Abstract Submission  Oct, 3rd, 2014

* Paper Submission       Oct, 17th, 2014 (strict)

Call Workshop Proposals

* Deadline for workshop proposal          Oct, 3rd, 2014

* Acceptance/rejection notification       Oct, 10th, 2014

Conference

* March 23rd-26th, 2015

We are looking forward to your submission to REFSQ’15!

For more information on REFSQ’15 and the open calls please have a look at the attached files or simply visit www.refsq.org. The list of members of the programme committee is available at http://refsq.org/2015/conference-organisation/.

Kind regards,

Your REFSQ organisational team1

The RESACS 2015 workshop will be submitted for consideration at REFSQ, so submit your papers to both!

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About tenbergen

Bastian Tenbergen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the State University of New York at Oswego, USA. His research interests focus on requirements engineering, conceptual modeling, context analysis, and safety assessment.
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