PD Dr. habil. Daniel Méndez
I’m a computer scientist working as a senior lecturer in evidence-based human-centred 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
mendez-fee

Research Campus Garching

News


Apply for a ZD.B Junior Research Group!


Preprint [under review]: Empirical Software Engineering: From Discipline to Interdiscipline, submitted to: Journal of Systems and Software (Controversy Corner)

Preprint [under review]: Artefacts in Software Engineering: What are they after all?, submitted to: International Journal on Software and Systems Modeling

Preprint [under review]: Status Quo in Requirements Engineering: A Theory and a Global Family of Surveys, submitted to: ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology

Preprint [accepted]: A Systematic Mapping Study on Security in Agile Requirements Engineering, In: Proc. SEAA 2108

We will be giving a tutorial on Design Thinking for Requirements Engineering at this year’s RE conference in Banff, Canada. The underlying project website can be found here.

We will be giving a tutorial on Experimentation in Software Engineering at the 2018 Summer School in Empirical Software Engineering, Brunel University London, 11-15 June 2018. More infos here.

Preprint [published]: A Community’s Perspective on the Status and Future of Peer Review in Software Engineering, In: Information and Software Technology

 Preprint [published]: Supporting Requirements Engineering Research that Industry Needs: The Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering Initiative, In: IEEE Software

I’m honoured to have received the Best Paper Award at the Software Quality Days 2018 for our paper On Evidence-based RE Risk Management!

Upcoming


Pint of Science fesitval
May 14-16, 2018
multiple German cities

2018 Summer School in Empirical Software Engineering
June 11-15, 2018
Brunel University, London, UK

International Requirements Engineering Conference
August 20-24, 2018
Banff, Alberta, Canada

Empirical Software Engineering International Week
October 8-12, 2018
Oulu, Finland

Latest Posts

ESEM 2018 Preview

Download Conference Flyer It is a pleasure to announce that in 2018, I will be serving together with Audris Mockus...

Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering – Call for Participation

By Daniel Méndez and Birgit Penzenstadler [written for the IEEE SW blog] 40 years after Requirements Engineering (RE) was acknowledged...

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...

1 2 3 4