Posters and Tools REFSQ 2022
Requirements Engineering (RE) is a process that can highly affect the quality of software, systems, and services. The REFSQ working conference series is well established as one of the leading international forums for discussing RE and its many relations to quality. The special theme of REFSQ’22 is “Explainability in RE” including how to elicit, specify and validate requirements for explainability in (and thus accountability of) software system, and how to design and implement systems whose behaviour in specific instances is explainable, back to their requirements and associated rationale.
REFSQ2022 includes a track to present posters and demonstrate tools covering any aspect of RE. This track gives researchers the chance to present their most recent work and obtain early feedback on ongoing research.
Call for Posters and Tools
Posters may cover any topic within the scope of the REFSQ conference, presenting work in progress towards a scientific result. Submissions proposing a poster should:
Present some preliminary or anticipated type of results.
Provide an indication of the methodology used to produce the results and the relation to the state-of-the-art.
Optionally discuss RE-related topics not often covered in research papers.
Not include advertisements for commercial products.
Submissions proposing a poster should describe the research work in the form of a short paper (see Submission below). Do not submit a draft poster with your proposal.
There will be a brief pitching of the posters, followed by a display. On the industry day, the posters will also be featured alongside industry posters. Well-crafted posters will be self-explanatory, but authors of posters are encouraged to be available to describe and discuss their work during coffee breaks. The poster dimensions are A0 in portrait orientation, with the poster content mounted on a rectangular poster board that the organizers will provide.
Best Poster Award
In REFSQ 2022, we continue a the tradition to ask conference attendees to vote for the best poster. The best contributions will be presented during the main track in a reserved time slot.
Tool demonstrations provide researchers as well as practitioners with the opportunity to show how they support and enable the use of requirements solutions in practice. Submissions proposing a tool demonstration should:
Present a tool currently under development as part of research;
Clarify the relationship of the tool to requirements engineering;
Motivate the need for the tool and describe the goals, requirements, intended users and context of use of the tool;
Describe the novel contribution of the tool;
Describe the novelty of the paper over any earlier publications on the tool;
Clearly explain the architecture and inner workings of the tool (at least 2 pages);
Detail the workflow or interaction of a user with the tool (at least 0.5 page);
Present either the results of an evaluation or the design for a planned evaluation;
Discuss any experiences and lessons learned when using the tool in practice (optional).
Tools will be presented simultaneously with the posters at desks using your own laptop and screens. We recommend and support showing a poster at the conference, in addition to the tool.
Best Tool Award
The Program Committee will select the best tool from the accepted proposals. The team behind the best tool will get the opportunity to present it during the main conference track.
For the submission of posters and tool demos, the general REFSQ submission guidelines apply. We accept submissions between 4 and 6 pages in LNCS format that meet the above requirements for posters or tool demonstration proposals.
At least one of the authors must be registered at the conference and present the poster or tool, in order to have the work published in the proceedings. Poster and tool papers will be published in the CEUR joint proceedings of the REFSQ’22 co-located events.
Contributions should be submitted using EasyChair at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=refsq2022
Posters and Tools Co-Chairs
Marcela Ruiz, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, email@example.com
Jan-Philipp Steghöfer, Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue 22 MarDisplayed time zone: London change
09:00 - 10:30
Opening & KeynoteResearch Papers at Conference Room 1
|Requirements, Models, and Automated Reasoning in the Cloud.Keynote|
Michael Whalen University of Minnesota, USA
10:30 - 11:00
Coffe BreakCatering at Courtyard Lounge
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch BreakCatering at Courtyard Lounge
15:30 - 16:00
Coffe BreakCatering at Courtyard Lounge
17:30 - 19:00
Steering Committee MeetingCatering at Conference Room 3
|Steering Committee Meeting|