Dr. habil. Daniel Méndez

I’m a computer scientist working as a senior research fellow in empirical software engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and as director of the interdisciplinary research groups at the Centre Digitisation.Bavaria (ZD.B). Read More

 

 

TU Munich
Daniel[dot]Mendez[at]tum[dot]de
+49(89)289-17056
Research Campus Garching

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On Evidence-based Risk Management in Requirements Engineering

 Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering: Contemporary Problems, Causes, and Effects in Practice, In: Empirical Software Engineering Journal

 On the Pragmatic Design of Literature Studies in Software Engineering: An Experience-based Guideline, In: Empirical Software Engineering Journal

 How do Practitioners Perceive the Relevance of Requirements Engineering Research? An Ongoing Study, In: Proc. RE 2017

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Apply for a ZD.B Fellowship to fully fund your PhD position at a Bavarian state university and work on a topic related to digitisation! Deadline: 31.08.2017.

Preprint: On the Status and Future of Peer Review in Software Engineering

Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering (NaPiRE) is an open research project on the current state of practice and problems in requirements engineering. Join us!

We incorporated Open Science Practices in the PROFES Conference 2017 to foster – as the first international conference in our field – more transparency and reproducibility in our research community!

 

Latest Posts

Knowledge Sharing in a Large Agile Organisation: A Survey Study – Kati Kuusinen

Knowledge Sharing in a Large Agile Organisation: A Survey Study – Kati Kuusinen

Modern software development methodologies, especially agile ones, concentrate on communication and knowledge sharing. In scope is especially knowledge sharing within...

Teaching Agile Methods to Software Engineering Professionals: 10 Years, 1000 Release Plans – Craig Anslow

Teaching Agile Methods to Software Engineering Professionals: 10 Years, 1000 Release Plans – Craig Anslow

Skills going beyond programming and technical excellence are essential in software engineering. But how do we teach these? In particular,...

Preprint linking at ICSE 2017

Preprint linking at ICSE 2017

As many of you already know, the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), the flagship conference in our field, started...

Pint of Science 2017 in Munich

Pint of Science 2017 in Munich

From May 15th to 17th, we organised once again the Pint of Science festival in Munich, an event dedicated to...

Philosophy of Science for Software Engineers

A few weeks ago, I gave two guest lectures on philosophy of science for software engineers at the university of Stuttgart....

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