Scientific Track

Since 1994, when the first REFSQ took place, Requirements Engineering (RE) continued to be a dominant factor influencing the quality of software, systems and services. The REFSQ working conference series has now established itself as one of the leading international forums to discuss RE in its many relations to quality.

REFSQ 2011 is organized along the following seven sessions featuring 19 high quality papers. Each session is organised in order to provoke discussion among the presenters of papers, pre-assigned discussants, and all the other participants.

Session 1: Security and Sustainability Monday, 28th of March, 11.00 -12.30
Session 2: Process Improvement and Requirements in context Monday, 28th of March, 16.00 -17.30
Session 3: Elicitation Wednesday, 30th of March, 9.00-10.30
Session 4: Models Wednesday, 30th of March, 9.00-10.30
Session 5: Services Wednesday, 30th of March, 11.00-12.30
Session 6: Embedded and real-time systems Wednesday, 30th of March, 11.00-12.30
Session 7: Prioritisation and traceability Wednesday, 30th of March, 14.00-15.30


Programme co-chairs
Daniel Berry, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada
Xavier Franch, Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Programme Committee Members
Ian Alexander
Aybüke Aurum
Jürgen Börstler
Sjaak Brinkkemper
David Callele
Alan Davis
Jörg Dörr
Eric Dubois
Christof Ebert
Anthony Finkelstein
Samuel Fricker
Vincenzo Gervasi
Martin Glinz
Jaap Gordjin
Tony Gorschek
Olly Gotel
Paul Grünbacher
Peter Haumer
Patrick Heymans
Matthias Jarke
Sara Jones
Natalia Juristo
Erik Kamsties
Kim Lauenroth
Søren Lauesen
Seok-Won Lee
Nazim H. Madhavji
Pericles Locopoulos
Raimundas Matulevičius
Luisa Mich
Ana Moreira
Haris Mouratidis
John Mylopoulos
Cornelius Ncube
Andreas Opdahl
Barbara Paech
Oscar Pastor
Gilles Perrouin
Anne Person
Jolita Ralyté
Gil Regev
Björn Regnell
Colette Rolland
Camille Salinesi
Kristian Sandahl
Peter Sawyer
Kurt Schneider
Norbert Seyff
Guttorm Sindre
Janis Stirna
Davor Svetinovic
Roel Wieringa
Eric Yu
Konstantinos Zachos
Andrea Zisman