Doctoral Symposium

The Doctoral Symposium at the 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'16) brings together PhD students and academics working in all areas of requirements engineering. Students present their research projects and receive constructive feedback from a panel of senior internationally renowned researchers. The doctoral symposium is run in a highly interactive and collegial workshop-like format.

Accepted Contributions

ID Paper
D01 Towards an Approach to Stimulate Architectural Thinking during Requirements Engineering Phase
Preethu Rose Anish
(Tata Consultancy Services, India)

D02 Exact Analysis for Next Release Problem
Lingbo Li
(University College London, UK)

D04 Requirements Traceability Technologies Selection for Industry
Bangchao Wang
(State Key Lab of Software Engineering, Wuhan University, China)

D05 Definition of a behavior-driven model for requirements specification and testing of interactive system
Thiago Silva
(ICS-IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier, France)

D06 Towards a Regulator-Oriented Regulatory Intelligence Framework
Okhaide Akhigbe
(University of Ottawa, Canada)

D07 Evaluation of Requirements Models
Catarina Gralha
(FCT-UNL, Portugal)

D08 The Generation and Evolution of Adaptation Rules in Requirements Driven Self-adaptive Systems
Tianqi Zhao
(Peking University, China)

D09 Quality-Impact Assessment of software Systems
Farnaz Fotrousi
(BTH, Sweden)


Doctoral Symposium Co-Chair

João Araújo
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal

Doctoral Symposium Co-Chair

Daniela Damian
University of Victoria, Canada