Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Requirements Engineering Methods:
    • elicitation, analysis, modeling, specification, negotiation, prioritization, management, validation and verification, evolution, quality, and traceability

  • Requirements Engineering in Practice:
    • case studies, industrial reports, empirical studies, tools, model driven RE, collaborative RE, RE and AI, RE and software architecture and programming

  • Requirements Engineering and Social Context:
    • RE in socio-technical systems, cognitive and cultural aspects, RE for law and regulation, RE education, RE for security, privacy, and transparency, domain specific Re