IEEE International Requirement Engineering Conference (RE 2022)
Security & PrivacyComputer Science and Technologies
Aug 15-19, 2022
Feb 24, 2022
Welcome to the website of the 30th IEEE International Requirements Engineering 2022 conference. The IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference is the premier requirements engineering conference, where researchers, practitioners, students and educators meet, present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and issues in the field of requirements engineering. RE ’22 will be held in a fully virtual mode and is co-organized by 40 members of the RE community coming from five continents.
The IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE) is the premier requirements engineering conference where researchers, practitioners, students, and educators meet, present, and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences, and issues in the field of requirements engineering. The 30th edition of RE (RE’22) will be hosted (virtually) at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, from August 15-19, 2022.
At the 30th anniversary of the International Requirements Engineering (RE) Conference, RE 2022 welcomes original papers focusing on the traditional RE topics, but this year’s edition is particularly thrilled with the idea of receiving submissions addressing our theme "Building Bridges Between Disciplines: Requirements for Transdisciplinarity". This theme evokes a call to:
explore the complementary strengths of disciplines from social sciences and engineering fields: We examine the pivotal role RE plays in building bridges between disciplines. RE is a multidisciplinary effort, involving a large set of stakeholders with differing characteristics, strengths, and skill sets. The successful development of large and complex systems requires to routinely cross boundaries of disciplines - from psychology to economics, from physics to mechanical engineering, from life sciences to software engineering.
envision and elaborate novel, innovative ideas, techniques, and processes that integrate and move beyond discipline-specific approaches to address grand societal challenges such as sustainability, equality, and fairness: Software is no longer a purely technical device or product. Its enormous power and potential continue to shape society, affecting human values and our ways to live our lives. How can we integrate approaches from other disciplines and apply them to this and to ethical issues, such as sustainability and gender?