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MAST@RE19
Best Poster and Tool award, Paper presentations, workshop organization
2nd Hamburg Requirements Engineering Symposium
we organized the 2nd Hamburg Requirements Engineering Symposium on September 4th, 2019. This event gathered 65 participants from industry and academia to discuss the state-of-the-art in RE, particularly applying Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
New DFG project on comprehending software comprehension
As a continuation of PUNGA, the German Science Foundation DFG accepted our basic research project on empirical investigation of program comprehension in software engineering. The project is starting in spring 2019 in collaboration with the University of Bremen (Prof. Koschke). More information will be available soon.
OpenReq on GitHub
The first public release of our large European project OpenReq, coordinated by Prof. Maalej is now available online, on GitHub. Download, use and start contributing...
RE'18 was a great success!
Prof. Maalej served as program chair of the 26th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'18). RE is a top scientific conference with yearly up 400 attendees. RE'18 was held in August 2018 at the world-famous Banff center in Canada. The next RE will take place in September 2019 in Korea. Read more…
Forum 4.0: new project funded by ahoi.digital
Our multi-disciplinary project Forum 4.0 on mining user comments in online media for a constructive online participation was positively evaluated and received a 625,000 Euro funding from the informatics platform ahoi.digital. Read more...
MAST Doctoral Camp 2018
For three days the MAST research group stayed in Fördeferien Bockholmwike, in North Germany. The program included research talks (Ph.D. status) with intensive discussions, social-activities, and BBQ. Read more…
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