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.

We are working hard to fill the website with all related information. Please check back soon!

  • Mon 9 May 2022 by Jean-Guy Schneider

    Applications for Student Volunteers now open

    Student volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring the success of the 30th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE ’22). In order to express your interest in becoming a student volunteer, please check out the “How to Apply” tab under Student Volunteers. Expressions of Interests close on Monday, May 2 …

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  • Sat 19 Mar 2022 by Jean-Guy Schneider

    Program at a Glance

    The provisional conference program has been updated - please see https://conf.researchr.org/info/RE-2022/provisional-program-overview for details.

  • Mon 14 Mar 2022 by Jean-Guy Schneider

    RE '22 Keynote - Prof. Didar Zowghi

    It is our great pleasure to announce the second confirmed keynote for RE ’22, Prof. Didar Zowghi, Senior Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO’s Data61. Didar has been involved in the Requirements Engineering Community for many many years and has extensive experience in training the next generations of requirements engineers. The title of her presentation is “Requirements Engineering Education and Training: Experiences from 20+ years in the Trenches.”

    We are very much looking forward welc …

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  • Mon 7 Feb 2022 by Jean-Guy Schneider

    RE '22 Keynote - Prof. John D. Lee

    It is our great pleasure to announce Prof. John D. Lee, Emerson Electric Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as one of the RE ’22 keynote speakers. John has had a distinguished career over many decades and will give a presentation titled “Designing for People: Enigmatic, Neglected, and Emergent Requirements”.

    We are very much looking forward welcoming John at RE ’22!

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