Call for Papers
9th INT. WORKSHOP ON MODEL-DRIVEN REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING (MoDRE)
Co-located with the
27th IEEE Int. Requirements Engineering (RE)Conference
in Jeju Island, South Korea, September 24th, 2018
Abstract Submission : June 28th, 2019
Paper Submission : July 5th, 2019
Author Notification : July 25th, 2019
Camera Ready Due : August 8th, 2019
Workshop Date : September 24th, 2019
All deadlines are 23:59:59, Anywhere on Earth (AoE) Standard Time.
The 9th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering (MoDRE) workshop
continues to provide a forum to discuss the challenges of Model-Driven
Development (MDD) for Requirements Engineering (RE). Building on the interest
of MDD for design and implementation, RE may benefit from MDD techniques when
properly balancing flexibility for capturing varied user needs with formal
rigidity required for model transformations as well as high-level abstraction
with information richness. MoDRE seeks to explore those areas of requirements
engineering that have not yet been formalized sufficiently to be incorporated
into a model-driven development environment as well as how requirements
engineering models may benefit from emerging topics in the model-driven
community, such as flexible modeling or collaborative modeling. This workshop
intends to identify new challenges, discuss on-going work and potential
solutions, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of MDD approaches for RE,
foster stimulating discussions on the topic, and provide opportunities to
apply MDD approaches for RE.
For more information, see the complete CFP at
or contact the organizers at modre2019-info at cs.mcgill.ca.
Submissions are welcome in all workshop topics including (but not limited to)
* Modeling languages and metamodels for requirements engineering approaches.
* Modeling languages and metamodels for supporting separation of concerns in
* Modeling languages and metamodels for non-functional requirements.
* Modeling languages and metamodels for requirements engineering for specific
domains, such as cyber-physical systems or Big Data applications.
* Synchronicity and consistency of different requirements models and views.
* Requirements models at runtime.
* Automatic analysis of requirements models.
* Automatic generation of tools for requirements engineering using MDD.
* Traceability and correctness of model transformations involving requirements
* Empirical studies on model-driven requirements engineering.
* Simulation of requirements models. Flexible and collaborative modeling in
* Requirements models for simplicity and complementarity.
* Requirements models for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and AI for requirements
models, with special focus on models for Adaptive Systems.
Moreover, industry papers covering topics such as the following are highly
* Industry problems and practices about model-driven requirements engineering.
* Success stories about adopting model-driven requirements engineering in
* Industrial empirical studies on model-driven requirements engineering.
SUBMISSION AND PROCEEDINGS PUBLICATION
Participants are invited to submit four kinds of papers:
(1) Full research papers with a length of eight (8) to ten (10) pages,
reporting on findings for problems related to model-driven requirements
engineering that are novel and improve on or analyze existing solutions.
(2) Position papers with a length of four (4) to five (5) pages, reporting on
ideas and visions for the future of model-driven requirements engineering.
(3) Industry Papers, with a length of four (4) to ten (10) pages, describing
experiences related to the adoption of model-driven requirements
engineering practices in the industry or highlighting future challenges.
Accepted papers will become part of the workshop proceedings and will be
submitted for inclusion into the IEEE Digital Library.
Nelly Bencomo (General Chair), Assistant Professor, Aston University, UK
Ana Moreira, Associate Professor, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Gunter Mussbacher, Assistant Professor, McGill University, Canada
João Araújo, Assistant Professor, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Pablo Sánchez (General Chair), Assistant Professor, Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
Omar Alam, Trent University, Canada
Sanaa Alwidian, University of Ottawa, Canada
Vasco Amaral, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Jean-Michel Bruel, Université de Toulouse, France
Ruzanna Chitchyan, University of Bristol, UK
Elder Cirilo, Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei, Brazil
Jose María Conejero, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
Kleinner Farias, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (Unisinos), Brazil
Robson Fidalgo, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Xavier Franch, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Antonio García-Domínguez, Aston University, UK
Martin Glinz, Universität Zürich, Switzerland
Arda Goknil, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Renata Guizzardi, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
Emilio Insfran, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Juan De Lara, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Julio Cesar Leite, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Anna Medve, Pannon Egyetem, Hungary
John Mylopoulos, University of Ottawa, Canada
Elena Navarro, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Nan Niu, University of Cincinnati, USA
Richard Paige, McMaster University, Canada
Liliana Pasquale, Lero, Ireland
Óscar Pastor, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Alfonso Pierantonio, Università degli Studi dell\’Aquila, Italy
William Robinson, Georgia State University, USA
Carla Silva, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Eugene Syriani, University of Montreal, Canada
Massimo Tisi, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Jose Luis de la Vara, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Manuel Wimmer, Johannes Kepler Universität, Austria
Tao Yue, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway