History

First International Workshop on Learning from Other Disciplines for RE

(collocated with RE’18 in Banff, Canada, August 20th 2018)

The overall workshop concept of this first edition was based on our initial findings from literature reviews as well as on a creativity session conducted with 30 participants. These findings have been supplemented with new ideas gained during workshop discussions and selected ideas have been elaborated in more detail with the workshop participants in breakout sessions. In particular, we elaborated an initial set of best practices and possible synergies to RE in the disciplines journalism/writing, law and socializing.

Second International Workshop on Learning from Other Disciplines for RE

(collocated with REFSQ’19 in Essen, Germany, March 18th 2019)

In this second edition, an inspiring keynote as well as a paper presentation served as inspiration for creativity sessions, where our aim was to collaboratively work on innovative RE methods and techniques that adapt ideas from the police domain and the human factors domain, respectively.

Third International Workshop on Learning from Other Disciplines for RE

(collocated with RE’19 in Jeju Island, South Korea, September 23rd 2019)

In this third edition, we  further enriched our existing body of ideas and synergies of non-SE disciplines with RE, inspired by the special theme: „Learning from Fiction – What can RE learn from famous characteris or people acting in movies / TV series?“

Fourth International Workshop on Learning from Other Disciplines for RE

(collocated with RE’20 in Zurich, Switzerland, August  31st 2020)

As a special issue of this fourth edition, we examined the reverse synergy direction by discussing the question “What can other disciplines learn from RE?”.

The program was enriched with an inspiring keynote on: „Lessons Learned from and for Requirements Engineering and Building Construction: A Case Study of Requirements Engineering for a Synagogue Kitchen with Use Cases and Scenarios“ (Daniel Berry)

This keynote provided a set of lessons learned for RE and for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction.