Prof. Dr. Barbara PaechUniversity of HeidelbergBarbara Paech is a professor with the Institute for ComputerScience of the University of Heidelberg. Until October 2003,she was a department leader with the Fraunhofer Institute forExperimental Software Engineering. Her area of research issoftware engineering, especially the methods and processesnecessary to improve quality with appropriate effort. For manyyears, she has been active in the area of requirements engineer-ing and usability engineering. She is the speaker of thedomain-specific group Software Technology of the GermanComputer Science Society.Dirk SchüpferlingSOPHIST GmbHDirk Schüpferling has been a SOPHIST since 2001 and hasgained the insight that communication is the key to (customer)satisfaction. However, laziness and being a know-it-all, or asthe experts would phrase it, “re-use” and “illustration of roomfor improvement” are also things that he can be quite fond of.His research delves into the area of documentation techniques,and it is here that he solves practical problems by suggestingnovel approaches and customizing established tools and formsof documentation.
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xiiWith Contributions fromThorsten WeyerUniversity of Duisburg-EssenThorsten Weyer leads the requirements engineering researchgroup at “paluno – The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology” atthe University of Duisburg-Essen. He is the coordinator of theresearch activities on model-based requirements engineeringwithin the innovation alliance SPES 2020 funded by the GermanFederal Ministry of Education and Research. He received adiploma degree in computer science from University of Koblenzand is an experienced consultant and lecturer, for more than10 years now. His dissertation deals with the analytical qualityassurance of requirements specifications against properties of theoperational context.
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