Sofija Hotomski, Eya Ben Charrada and Martin Glinz have won the Best Paper Award at REFSQ 2018 for their paper “Keeping Evolving Requirements and Acceptance Tests Aligned with Automatically Generated Guidance”.
REFSQ 2018, the 24th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality, is the leading European Conference on Requirements Engineering. This year, REFSQ was held March 19-22 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
The award was presented by the REFSQ 2018 Program Co-Chairs Jennifer Horkoff and Erik Kamsties.
Sofija Hotomski and Martin Glinz are presented the REFSQ 2018 Best Paper
Award by the Program Co-Chairs Jennifer Horkoff and Erik Kamsties. Eya
Ben Charrada could not attend the conference.