[W1] REEW 2011

Requirements Engineering Efficiency Workshop


Most requirements engineering research so far has focused on specification quality, while ignoring practitioners that look for efficiency and pragmatism. The International Requirements Engineering Efficiency Workshop (REEW 2011) aims at initiating, facilitating, and nurturing the discussion on efficient approaches to engineer just good-enough requirements. Requirements engineering is here seen as a means that can be simplified, automated, or combined with other practices to achieve successful systems in an economically efficient manner. REEW 2011 will provide a platform for the community of practitioners and research experts that are interested in efficient and pragmatic approaches to requirements engineering.

Call for Papers

You can download the workshop’s CfP here.

Further Information

Please visit the workshop’s website.


You can download the workshop’s pre-proceedings here.


  • Samuel Fricker (Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden)
  • Norbert Seyff (University of Zurich, Switzerland)