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UZH - Role in SUPERSEDE project

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UZH, the University of Zurich is the largest university in Switzerland and among the top 100 universities world-wide. In this presentation you will see which important role the Requirements Engineering Research Group (RERG) oh UZH has in the SUPERSEDE project.

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UZH - Role in SUPERSEDE project

  1. 1. University of Zurich UZH University of Zurich, Department of Informatics, Binzmühlestrasse 14, CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland +41 44 63 543 11 (department secretary) http://www.ifi.uzh.ch/en.html SUPERSEDE Contact: Prof. Martin Glinz – glinz@ifi.uzh.ch November 2016
  2. 2. - UZH is the largest university in Switzerland and among the top 100 universities world-wide - 26,000 students in Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programs - The Department of Informatics (IfI) is a leading department whose scope extends beyond classical computer science - IfI’s mission is Shaping a People-Oriented Digital World - IfI addresses topics such as value creation in a digital age, corporate and societal innovation, human-oriented systems, and sustainable development - Research at IfI is performed in individual research groups About UZH and its Department of Informatics
  3. 3. Requirements Engineering Research Group (RERG) - Research group within the Department of Informatics - Headed by Prof. Martin Glinz - Among the top research groups in Requirements Engineering world-wide - Over twenty years of in-depth experience in Requirements and Software Engineering - Expertise in software quality and software evolution
  4. 4. - WP1 Feedback and Data Collection - Lead of T1.1 Evaluation of feedback management and monitoring approaches - Development of direct multi-modal feedback gathering techniques - WP3 Decision Making in Software Evolution and Adaptation - Lead of T3.1 Evaluation of Decision Making processes in software evolution and adaptation - Definition of methods and techniques Our Main Roles in SUPERSEDE

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