FRIDAY, Aug 24, 2018

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Main Conference
Time Session  

Smart Cities & Systems of Systems

Room: KC 301



Didar Zhowgi

R55: Catalog of Invisibility Requirements for UbiComp and IoT Applications.
Rainara Carvalho, Rossana Andrade, Kathia Oliveira and Christophe Kolski

R93: RE and Society - a Perspective on RE in Times of Smart Cities and Smart Rural Areas.
Joerg Doerr, Anne Hess and Matthias Koch

R48: On Systems of Systems Engineering: a Requirements Engineering Perspective and Research Agenda.
Cornelius Ncube and Soo Ling Lim

Legal Requirements

Room: KC 303



John Mylopoulos

R68: Automated Extraction of Semantic Legal Metadata Using Natural Language Processing.
Amin Sleimi, Nicolas Sannier, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel Briand and John Dann

R56: “The Grace Period Has Ended”: An Approach to Operationalize GDPR Requirements.
Vanessa Ayala- Rivera and Liliana Pasquale

JF5: Modeling Security and Privacy Requirements: A Use Case-Driven Approach.
P.X. Mai, A. Goknil, L.K. Shar, F. Pastore, L.C. Briand, and S. Shaame


New Directions in RE

Room: KC 305



Xavier Franch

N174: Speculative Requirements: Design Fiction and RE.
Andy Darby, Emmanuel Tsekleves and Pete Sawyer

N203: The Use of Design Thinking for Requirements Engineering - An Ongoing Case Study in the Field of Innovative Software-Intensive Systems.
Jennifer Hehn and Falk Uebernickel

N198: Crowd Focused Semi-Automated Requirements Engineering for Evolution Towards Sustainability.
Norbert Seyff, Stefanie Betz, Iris Groher, Melanie Stade, Ruzanna Chitchyan, Letícia Duboc, Birgit Penzenstadler, Colin Venters and Christoph Becker

10:30-11:00 Networking Break


Room: KC 203



Guenther Ruhe

Requirements Engineering in the Age of Societal-Scale Cyber-Physical Systems: The Case of Automated Driving

Krzysztof Czarnecki

University of Waterloo



Closing and Outlook to RE19

Room: KC 203

12:45-14:00 Lunch Break (Lunch at Vistas Dining Room will be provided up to 13:30)


Open Space