Eduard C. Groen

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Name:Eduard C. Groen

Eduard C. Groen is a Senior Requirements Engineer and Project Manager at the Department of Digital Innovation Design at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering IESE in Kaiserslautern, Germany. His work predominantly focuses on designing digital ecosystems in a wide variety of domains.

He holds a master’s degree in Psychology with a specialization in Engineering Psychology from the University of Twente, the Netherlands. Alongside his work, he is pursuing his PhD on the topic of “Crowd-based Requirements Engineering” at Utrecht University, the Netherlands under Prof. Dr. Sjaak Brinkkemper, which focuses on the derivation of functional and non-functional requirements from natural language texts. At RE’21, he will present a paper that demonstrates the successful use of deep learning for this purpose.

He has previously co-chaired the REFSQ’20 Posters & Tools track, and has co-organized the CreaRE (2017–2021), CrowdRE (2017, 2019–2020), and AIRE (2018) workshops. He currently co-organizes CrowdRE’21, is a Program Committee member for the RE’21 Industry Innovation track and the NLP4RE’21, SEmotion’21, REWBAH’21, RE4ES’21 und AffectRE’21 workshops, and an incumbent Steering Committee member of AIRE and CrowdRE.

Affiliation:Fraunhofer IESE
Research interests:Requirements Engineering, Human Factors, Cognitive Psychology


RE2021 Author of Classifying User Requirements from Online Feedback in Small Dataset Environments using Deep Learning within the Research Papers-track
Author of Interactive Session: “Crowdsourcing a Knowledge Graph on CrowdRE Research” within the Workshops-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the Industrial Innovation Papers-track
Author of Researcher or Crowd Member? Why not both! The Open Research Knowledge Graph for Applying and Communicating CrowdRE Research within the Workshops-track
Author of Guidelines for Validation Interviews with Senior Citizens within the Workshops-track
REFSQ 2021 Session Chair of CreaRE Workshop (part of Workshops )