The 25th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'17) seeks proposals for panels that focus on requirements engineering topics of concern to requirements engineering research and practice. Preference will be given to panels that consist of members who have a significant presence in the field and present a diversity of views on the topic chosen. Good panels usually include at least one "dissenting opinion"; another popular format includes two opposing viewpoints moderated by a neutral chair serving as facilitator.
Remember that panels can be fun and thought provoking, but too often are boring or degenerate into a non-reviewed paper session. We will pay close attention to panel proposals that seem likely to fall into the first category.
A panel proposal should include the following information:
- The title of the panel.
- Panel proposals are typically designed for a 1.5-hour session. Please indicate the proposed length of the panel and provide an outline of the organization of the panel and the topics to be discussed highlighting how the time will be used.
- A brief explanation as to why the topic is important and controversial, thought-provoking or fun. Please pay particular attention to how you intend to engage and interact with the audience.
- The name and a short Curriculum Vitae (CV) of the panel chair.
- The names of the panelists, including a brief summary of the position each plans to take on the panel, and the URL of each panelist's personal web page.
- Note that prior to submitting a panel proposal, you must contact ALL the proposed panelists and receive their agreement for attending RE'17 and participating in your panel, if accepted.
Please send the panel proposal via e-mail as a PDF file to Barbara Paech and Jane Hayes. The e-mail should have the subject "RE17-PANEL" and the last name of the chair or moderator. All received proposals will be acknowledged, so please follow-up if that is not the case. Successful proposals will be invited to provide a 2-page camera-ready description of the panel to be published in the main conference proceedings.
|Proposal Submission||<del>Thursday, April 20, 2017</del>|
|Proposal Notification||<del>Wednesday, May 03, 2017</del>|
|Camera Ready Due||<del>Friday, June 23, 2017</del>|
All deadlines are 23:59 Anywhere on Earth (Standard Time).
Any inquiries regarding potential panel and debate topics can be directed to the Program Co-Chairs: