[AISWorld] Call for Papers: RE'19 Jeju Island, South Korea

Itzel Morales Ramirez itzel.morales at infotec.mx
Tue Nov 13 12:48:27 EST 2018


The next RE Conference, the 27th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'19), will be held in Jeju Island, South Korea, from the 23rd to the 27th of September, 2019.


        http://www.re19.org



Seok-Won, Anna and Daniela in their roles as General Chair and Program Co-Chairs, as well as tare extending a sincere invitation to you to participate in and contribute to RE'19.


RE'19 follows the theme of Collective Intelligence in the Age of AI.  RE research has a unique opportunity to lead a paradigm shift that places human and society at the forefront of the design of AI systems. Research in RE has never been more needed in AI. For example, in helping address ethical considerations in the design, use, and misuse of intelligent systems; or, in enabling the multi-disciplinary, collaborative efforts that are key to exploring and understanding the problem on a greater scale than individual decision making.


New this year!
* Mentoring: Available for Research Track, RE at Next! and Industry papers
* Artifact Track: Assess the functional, reusable and available properties of the research artifacts produced in the submitted RE19 research papers.
* Industry track: full industry papers and presentation-only submissions are solicited.


Note that RE'19 welcomes submissions of
* research papers,
* RE at Next! papers
* industry papers
* workshops
* tutorials
* poster and tool demonstrations
* doctoral symposium, and
* panels and interactive events
* artifacts


Key Submissions Dates are as follow: http://re19.ajou.ac.kr/pages/submission/key_dates/



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Feb 25th: Workshop Proposals
Mar 04th: Mentorings Submission
Apr  29th: Intent to Submit Tutorial Proposals
May 10th: Tutorial Proposals


Apr   01st: Research and Industry Paper Abstracts
Apr   07th: Full Papers


Apr  19th: RE at Next! Abstract Submission
Apr  29th: RE at Next! Full Paper Submission


May 13th: Doctoral Symposium Abstract Submission
May 13th: Poster/Tools Demo Submission
May 13th: Panel & Interactive Proposal Submission


June 29: Artifact Submission


Jul   05th: Student Volunteers Application Submission


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Why not take a few moments to look at the website and the calls and give serious consideration to making a contribution? Please forward this email to your colleagues and tell them about this exciting opportunity to come to Jeju Island, South Korea, for the 27th RE Conference.


RE'19 invites original submissions of research papers, RE: Next! Papers and industry papers in all areas of requirements engineering including elicitation, specification, modeling, analysis, verification and evolution.


Categories of research papers include Technical Solution papers that describe and validate better solutions to requirements problems, Scientific Evaluation papers that evaluate existing problem situations or proposed solutions by scientific means and Perspective papers that papers explore the history, successes, and challenges of requirements related practices and research agendas, and outline research roadmaps for the future.


Authors of accepted research papers are invited to submit an artifact to the RE'19 Artifact Track. The track is aimed to assess the functional, reusable and available properties of the research artifacts produced in the submitted RE19 research papers. Submissions to this track are expected from authors of accepted papers in the main Research Track. Research papers with "artifacts" receive a "badge" on the front page of their paper in the proceedings.


RE: Next! papers are short communications that describe the current status of ongoing research.


Industry papers report on the application of requirements engineering techniques in real-world settings, present problems or challenges encountered in practice and report on innovative approaches to requirements engineering practice in industrial or government settings.


We invite proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with the conference. RE'19 Workshops will facilitate the exchange of new ideas in all areas related to requirements engineering research and practice. A variety of formats can be considered, ranging from traditional research paper presentations to extremely interactive and participatory sessions. We particularly invite proposals that cover controversial viewpoints, emerging technology drivers or transformative ideas aimed at changing basic assumptions about requirements engineering, where a focused dialogue among participants may lead to interesting follow-on research, empirical investigations or industrial practice improvement.


We invite you to submit tutorial proposals for full day (7-hour) or half-day (3.5-hour) tutorials. We welcome proposals on any topic in requirements engineering and business requirements analysis.


If you have any questions about RE'19, do not hesitate to email the organizing team (http://re19.ajou.ac.kr/pages/organization/organizing_committee/).


We look forward to welcoming you to Jeju Island!
Seok-Won Lee, General Chair
 Ajou University, Korea
Anna Perini, Program Co-Chair
Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
Daniela Damian, Program Co-Chair
University of Victoria, Canada


Program Committees:
http://re19.ajou.ac.kr/pages/organization/program_committee/


Organizing Committee:
http://re19.ajou.ac.kr/pages/organization/organizing_committee/


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