Workshop on Requirements Engineering Education and Training in Italy – Call for Papers!

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Call for Papers for The 6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Education and Training (REET’11)

In conjunction with the 19th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’11)

The workshop will be held in Trento, Italy on Monday 29th August 2011

PAPERS DUE ON 6 June 2011
This workshop will address issues related to RE education, both as part of a formal university degree and as ongoing skills training within the workplace. The workshop is intended to go much deeper than a surface discussion of curriculum issues and will examine specific ideas and techniques for teaching skills needed by an effective requirements engineer.

The format of REET’11 will be an interactive one focusing on practical ideas and approaches for teaching RE skills and for constructing effective RE curricular. Paper presentations will be used to foster discussion. Demonstrations of specific teaching techniques and materials will be encouraged. The intent is to involve workshop attendees in performing the activities as well as interactive discussions about the topic.

We encourage the following to submit papers and/or to participate in the workshop:

  • Educators currently teaching or planning on teaching RE courses
  • Academics intending to integrate RE content into existing more generalized courses
  • Practitioners interested in developing or improving RE training in the workplace

Submissions will be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee for relevance to the workshop topics of interest.  Accepted submissions will be archived in a workshop proceeding in IEEE Xplore. Papers must be formatted to conform to the IEEE Computer Society proceedings guidelines and submitted electronically in Adobe PDF to the EasyChair service:

Important Dates:

  • 6 June 2011 – Paper submission
  • 6 July 2011 – Author notification
  • 20 July 2011 – Camera ready
  • 29 August 2011 – REET’11 Workshop

Workshop co-chairs:

Joy Beatty and  Ljerka Beus-Dukic

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