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Martin Glinz

演讲主题:

Requirements Engineering – What and How Much Should We Do?

嘉宾简介:

Martin Glinz is a full professor emeritus at the University of Zurich (UZH). From 1993 until July 2017, he was a professor of Informatics at UZH’s Department of Informatics. From 2007-2016, he also was the department head. His interests include requirements and software engineering – in particular modeling, validation, quality, and evolution.

He received a Dr. rer. nat. in Computer Science from RWTH Aachen University in 1983. Before joining the University of Zurich, he worked in industry for ten years where he was active in software and requirements engineering research, development, training, and consulting.

He is on editorial boards and program committees of major journals and conferences in software and requirements engineering. He served as Program Chair of the International Requirements Engineering Conference in 2006 and as General Chair of the International Conference on Software Engineering in 2012. He also chaired the steering committee of the IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference from 2007-2009. He is a member of the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB), where he chairs the IREB Council. In 2016, he received the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Service Award and the IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference Lifetime Service Award. In 2017, he received a Most Influential Paper Award for his paper “On Non-Functional Requirements”, published in the proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference.

He is on the board of the Swiss Informatics Society SI and president of the Swiss Informatics Research Association (SIRA).

演讲简介:

Traditionally, the purpose of Requirements Engineering (RE) is to create and manage a complete and unambiguous specification of the stakeholders' requirements. However, it turns out that this is neither feasible nor economically useful in practice.

In this keynote, I will talk about what and how much Requirements Engineering (RE) we actually need for the development of successful systems and products. Based on the notion of value of requirements, I will particularly discuss risk, shared understanding and customer-supplier relationship as major influencing factors.