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Industry Track

Wednesday 08.30 – 17.30 Industry Track / Empirical Track
08.30 – 09.30 Industrial Keynote 1 (Room 1)

How Common is Common Enough? Finding a Balance between Dogma and Corruption in Requirements Engineering Practice
Sarah C. Gregory (Intel, USA)

09.30 – 10.30 Invited Industry Talks Session A: Industrial Challenges (Room 1)

Session Chair: Birgit Penzenstadler

The ‘beA’-Project – Requirements Engineering with more than 500.000 Stakeholders
Oliver Hehlert, Kim Lauenroth (adesso, Germany)

At the Coalface: Experiences of Requirements Engineering in Industry
Alistair Mavin (Rolls-Royce, UK)

Empirical Track – Live Experiment (to be announced, Room 2)
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break (Foyer)
11.00 – 12.30 Invited Industry Talks Session B1: Experience (Room 1)

Session Chair: Hans Hartmann

GORE/KAOS in the Industry: Some Lessons Learnt
Robert Darimont (Respect-IT, Belgium)

Startup of a Requirements Engineering Process in the Medtech Environment: Risks, Opportunities and Side Effects
Lukas Müller (Tecan, Switzerland)

Using Behaviour Models for the Specification of Software-Based Automotive Systems – Challenges and Practical Experiences
Henning Kleinwechter and Andreas Leicher (Carmeq, Germany)

Invited Industry Talks Session B2: Methods and Tools (Room 2)

Session Chair: Barbara Paech

Understanding and Tracing Design Rationale by Traceability Controlling
Horst Kargl (Sparx Systems, Austria)

Requirements Traceability with an Eclipse-Based Tool Chain
Jens Trompeter and Ömer Gürsoy (itemis, Germany)

A Lightweight Requirements Engineering Assessment Guide
Peter Spörri and Daniel Rapp (Zühlke Management Consultants, Switzerland)

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch (Restaurant)
14.00 – 15.30 Invited Industry Talks Session C: RE in Context (Room 1)

Session Chair: Eric Knauss

Agility and Documentation – A Perfect Fit!
André Pflüger and Chris Rupp (Sophist, Germany)

Business Requirements as the Basis for Enterprise Architecture and Project Architectures
Harmen van den Berg (BiZZdesign, The Netherlands)

Parametric Requirements in a Perspective of Performance and Costs for Mechanical Systems
Gauthier Fanmuy, Fabrice Pinot (Dassault Systemes, France)

Empirical Track - Live Experiment (to be announced, Room 2) 
15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break (Foyer)
16.00 – 17.00 Industrial Keynote 2 (Room 1)

Stop Thinking About Requirements Quality, Focus on Value
Joy Beatty (Seilevel, USA)

17.00 – 17.30 Closing Discussion with all Speakers
(Room 1)