SECOND IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING

An IEEE Software Technology Transfer Conference

April 15-18, 1996, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA


Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society - Technical Council on Software Engineering With Corporate
Support from Fujitsu and MCI

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

ICRE '96 with two pre-conference tutorials is the second in a biennial series of conferences aimed at bringing together practitioners and researchers to discuss software requirements engineering related problems and results. Further, as a technology transfer conference, it is designed to provide (1) practitioners with an evaluation of promising requirements research and practice, and (2) researchers with an exposure to real-world requirements problems. ICRE is the only conference earns the designation "An IEEE Software Magazine Technology Transfer Conference " for meeting the stringent requirements concerning emphasis on technology transfer. Participants should leave the conference with unique understanding of (1) the challenges facing writers and maintainers of requirements documents for complex systems, (2) available short-term solutions to requirements problems, and (3) solutions that may be available in the future as well as pointers to short and long-term research directions.

Location

Conference Resort and Local Attractions

Program

ICRE'96 Program includes papers on a wide range of requirements topics addressing theory and/or practice.

Experience and Ripe Fruits Papers
reflect on the nature of, solutions to real-world requirements problems, and describe research results that authors believe are ready for immediate use in practice. Special consideration is given to experience papers.
Research Papers
describe outcomes of near-term research projects addressing realistic requirements problems.

The best papers in the conference will be considered for publication in IEEE Software.

Panels

ICRE'96 includes panels that focus on requirements engineering controversies, especially those that highlight the gulf between requirements research and practice. More details will be available in the near future.

Registration

Please fill the Conference Registration Information and mail it to the General Chair: Carl Chang (ckchang@uic.edu)

Professor Carl Chang
ICRE'96 General Chair
Department of EECS (M/C 154)
University of Illinois at Chicago
851 South Morgan
Chicago, IL 60607

registartion email: icre@eecs.uic.edu
registration fax: 1-312-413-1386

Personnel

Internet Hotline:
Information on ICRE '96 may be obtained by sending internet electronic mail to icre96info@cerc.wvu.edu, or through the WWW using the URL http://www.cerc.wvu.edu/ICRE/