Requirements Engineering Research Group

The Requirements Engineering Research Group (RERG) in the Department of Informatics at UZH has been active in Requirements Engineering (RE) research and teaching since 1993. RERG is headed by Professor Martin Glinz.

Martin Glinz retired by July 31, 2017 and is now a professor emeritus at UZH. However, he remains active in research, teaching and services; so RERG will continue its activities for some more years.

In teaching, Martin Glinz will continue teaching his Requirements Engineering I and II courses at UZH in HS 2017 and HS 2018. RERG also continues handing out student theses and projects.

RERG is proud of its achievements in research, which, for example resulted in five RE Conference papers and two REJ papers in 2016 and 2017, as well as of its service contributions to the requirements and software engineering community.

News

  • Sofija Hotomski, Eya Ben Charrada and Martin Glinz have won the Best Paper Award at REFSQ 2018 for their paper “Keeping Evolving Requirements and Acceptance Tests Aligned with Automatically Generated Guidance”.

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  • The two papers we had submitted to the ICSE 2018 SEIS and Demonstrations Tracks have been accepted.

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  • At RE’17, the 25th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Martin Glinz received the Most Influential Paper Award for his paper “On Non-Functional Requirements” which he had published ten years ago at RE’07 in Delhi, India.

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  • Our poster “Choosing Requirements for Experimentation with User Interfaces of Requirements Modeling Tools” has won a best poster and research demo award at RE’17, the 25th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference.

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  • Martin Glinz is retiring from office. July 31, 2017 is his last official day as a professor of Informatics at UZH. However, as a professor emeritus, he will continue to be active in research, teaching and services.

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Contact Info

University of Zurich   Tel +41 44 635 45 70
Department of Informatics     +41 44 635 43 21
Binzmühlestrasse 14   Fax +41 44 635 68 09
CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland   Email glinz@ifi.uzh.ch

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