Home Page of International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)


This is the home page of the series of conferences that is now called the International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE). This series started as two alternating biennial conference series. One series, in odd years starting in 1993, was the International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE). The other series, in even years starting in 1994, was the International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE). The two series merged in 2002 with the holding of the Joint International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'02), so named to announce the merger. However, starting in 2003, the conference series's name settled to simply ``International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)''.

Whenever a conference is sponsored by the IEEE, then ``IEEE'' is prepended to its name.

The number of a conference, coming before ``IEEE'' is counted from the beginning of the series it is deemed to be part of. Thus, there were 4 ICREs, 5 International Symposia on RE, and then the International RE Conferences start their numbering from 10, which is 1 more than 4+5!

This web site contains general information about the conference series and links to the home pages of individual conferences that have home pages.


Social Media Pages about the RE Conferences

Conference due dates and calls are typically available at WikiCFP.

Contents of This Page



Steering Commitee
Current Conference
Future Conferences
Past Conferences
Most Influential Paper Awards
Lifetime Service Awards


Steering Committee



Current Conference


2016: Beijing, People's Republic of China, 12 -- 16 September 2016

Proceedings: Not ready yet!


Future Conferences


2017: Portugal, August or September 2016

Past Conferences


2015: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 24 -- 28 August 2015

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2014: Karlskrona, Sweden 25--29 August 2014

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2013: Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, 15 -- 19 July 2013

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2012: Chicago, IL, USA 24 -- 28 September 2012

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2011: Trento, Italy 29 August -- 2 September 2011

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2010: Sydney, NSW, Australia 27 September -- 1 October 2010

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2009: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. 31 August -- 4 September 2009

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2008: Barcelona, Spain, 8--12 September 2008

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2007: New Delhi, India, 15--19 October 2007

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2006: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.

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2005: Paris, France

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2004: Kyoto, Japan

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2003: Monterey, CA, U.S.A.


Visit the 11th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'03)

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2002: Essen, Germany


10th Anniversary IEEE Joint International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'02)

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2001: Toronto, ON, Canada


5th IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'01)

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2000: Schaumburg, IL, U.S.A


4th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'00)

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1999: Limerick, Ireland

4th IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'99)

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1998: Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A


3th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'98)

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1997: Annapolis, MD, U.S.A.

3rd IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'97)

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1996: Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A.


2nd IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'96)

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1995: York, U.K.

2nd IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'95)
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1994: Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A.

IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'94)
(Web site never existed)

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1993: San Diego, CA, U.S.A.

IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'93)
(Web site never existed)

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Most Influential Paper Awards

At each conference starting with the 11th in 2003, an award is given for the most influential papers from the conference 10 years earlier, whose number is 10 less than that of the current conference. The judging of the eligible papers is done by the current program commitee. In any year, there may be zero, one, or more such papers. If there are none, then in the opinion of the program committee, no papers from RE 10 years ago was influential. If there are more than one, then each will be in a different category, e.g., ``research'', ``experience'', etc.

Year Category of Paper Authors Title of Paper
2003                              Robyn Lutz Analyzing Software Requirements Errors in Safety-Critical, Embedded Systems
2004                              Orlena C.Z. Gotel and Anthony C.W. Finkelstein An Analysis of the Requirements Traceability Problem
2005                              Steve Fickas and Martin Feather Requirements Monitoring in Dynamic Environments
2006 Research Annie Antón Goal-Based Requirements Analysis
Experience Barry Boehm and Hoh In Identifying Quality-Requirement Conflicts
2007                              Eric Yu Towards Modelling and Reasoning Support for Early-Phase Requirements Engineering
2008                              Neil A.M. Maiden and Cornelius Ncube Acquiring COTS Software Selection Requirements
2009                              Colin Potts ScenIC: A Strategy for Inquiry-Driven Requirements Determination
2010                              Carl A. Gunter, Elsa L. Gunter, Michael Jackson, and Pamela Zave A Reference Model for Requirements and Specifications
2011                              Axel van Lamsweerde Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: A Guided Tour (Mini-Tutorial)
2012                              Matthias Weber and Joachim Weisbrod Requirements Engineering in Automotive Development --- Experience and Challenges
2013                              Jane Huffman Hayes, Alex Dekhtyar, and James Osborne Improving Requirements Tracing via Information Retrieval
2014                              Johan Natt och Dag, Vincenzo Gervasi, Sjaak Brinkkemper, and Bjorn Regnell Speeding up Requirements Management in a Product Software Company: Linking Customer Wishes to Product Requirements through Linguistic Engineering
2015                              Paolo Giorgini, Fabio Massacci, John Mylopoulos, Nocola Zannone Modeling Security Requirements through Ownership, Permission, and Delegation


Lifetime Service Awards

At each conference starting with the 18th in 2010, at least one award is given honoring lifetime service to the RE community and Conference.

Year Recipient
2010 Kevin Ryan
2011 Alan Davis
2012 Nancy Mead
2013 Daniel Berry & Roel Wieringa
2014 Anthony Finkelstein & Donald Gause & John Mylopoulos
2015 Michael Jackson & Axel van Lamsweerde


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