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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Supporting Requirements Engineering Research that Industry Needs: The Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering Initiative

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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Want to contribute as a practitioner in our survey on the state of practice in Requirements Engineering? Participate in our NaPiRE survey! Deadline: 01.12.2017.

I’m honoured to have been invited to give a keynote about Supporting RE Research that Industry Needs at the 21th Ibero-American Congress of Software Engineering – Requirements Engineering track, held in Bogota, Colombia, in April 2018.

I’m honoured to be serving as Program Co-Chair of the 12th International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2018)!

I’m honoured to be serving as Co-Chair of the RE@Next! track of the 26th International Requirements Engineering conference (RE 2018)!

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

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