The Requirements Engineering Research Group (RERG) in the Department of Informatics at UZH has been active in Requirements Engineering (RE) research and teaching since 1993. RERG is headed by Professor Martin Glinz.
Martin Glinz retired by July 31, 2017 and is now a professor emeritus at UZH. However, he remains active in research, teaching and services; so RERG is continuing its activities for some more years.
In teaching, Martin Glinz continued teaching his Requirements Engineering I and II courses at UZH in HS 2017 and HS 2018. He taught Requirements Engineering I in HS 2019 and HS 2020 will again teach this course in HS 2021. RERG also continues handing out student theses and projects.
RERG is proud of its achievements in research, which, among many other publications, resulted in six RE Conference papers, one REFSQ best paper, and five journal papers (in REJ, SoSyM and IST) in the years 2016 – 2019.
We also have made major service contributions to the requirements and software engineering community.
Keynote at REFSQ 2021 Conference
Martin Glinz gave a keynote entitled “The Challenge(s) of Teaching Requirements Engineering” at REFSQ 2021.
RE’20 held successfully in Zurich and world-wide
RE’20 was held successfully as a hybrid conference: physically in Zurich and remotely for all who
RE’20 goes hybrid
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, RE’20 will be held as a hybrid conference.
Requirements Engineering I will be taught in fall 2020
Martin Glinz will teach his Requirements Engineering I course again in fall 2020.
Martin Glinz gave a keynote at CrowdRE 2019
Martin Glinz gave a keynote at the CrowdRE Workshop, held September 24, 2019 in conjunction with RE’19 on Jeju Island, South Korea.