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Daniel Amyot is Professor at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Ottawa, Canada, which he joined in 2002 after working for Mitel Networks as a senior researcher. He has over 200 publications related to his research interests, namely requirements engineering, goal and process modeling, legal/smart contracts, process mining, and healthcare informatics. Daniel co-edited the User Requirements Notation (URN) standard, and he also leads the development of an open-source Eclipse plug-in (jUCMNav) for the creation, analysis, and transformation of URN models. He has led and participated in many analytics projects in collaboration with several Canadian hospitals and regulatory agencies. Daniel is on the editorial boards of the Requirements Engineering Journal and the Journal on Software & System Modeling (SoSyM), and he is Researcher at the Montfort Knowledge Institute and at the LIFE Research Institute. He was also the General Chair of RE’15 in Ottawa and Program Co-Chair of RE’18 in Banff. He holds a Ph.D. and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Ottawa (2001 and 1994), as well as a B.Sc. from Laval University (1992).
- Tutorial Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
- Tutorial Co-Chair in Program Committee within the Tutorials-track
- REWBAH: Requirements Engineering for Well-Being, Aging, and Health
- Session Chair of Most Influential Paper (part of Research Papers)
- Towards Legal Contract Formalization with Controlled Natural Language Templates