First University of Kentucky Requirements Engineering Workshop
Wednesday, May 3rd
James Hardymon Theater of the Davis Marksbury Building
9.00 - 9.25       Meet our sponsors, meet the participants
9.25-10.10       Dr. Seales - "Requirements for Volume Cartography software" (the scrolls software tool for scholars) or similar talk
10.10-10.55     Bill Kidwell (HP/OpenText) "Charting our way through industry requirement practices" Slides
10.55-11.25     Break (sponsored by IPA)
11.25-12.10     Anna Perini - "Suporting evolution and adaptation of PERsonalized Software by Exploiting contextual Data and End-user feedback: the SUPERSEDE project" Slides
12.10-12.55     Irit Hadar "Whose requirements are these anyway? Handling privacy requirements in the industry" Paper that inspired the slides
12.55-14.30     Lunch (sandwiches delivered from Firehouse subs - sponsored)
14.30-14.52     Ruzanna Chitchyan "Engineering Sustainability Requirements" Slides
14.52-15.15     Joerg Doerr "The privacy requirements dilemma - now the end-user can specify privacy requirements. But does he really want to?" Slides
15.15-15.45     Break (sponsored)
15.45-16.30     Sjaak Brinkkemper "Requirements Engineering in the Software Industry: from user stories to integrated product management for continuous delivery"
16.30-16.45     Wrap up
16.45-17.30     Tour of UK campus, then walk on to dinner (each pays their own way)
19.00               Students and faculty help drive PC members to Campbell House

Note: The workshop is open to anyone, but lunch is only provided for invited attendees
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