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Requirements for Sustainable Systems Workshop (RE4SuSy)

Published on March 16, 2012 by in My papers

REFSQ’12 conference (Essen, Germany) will host the first edition of the RE4SuSy workshop, focusing on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems. It is jointly organized by Birgit Penzenstadler, Camille Salinesi and myself. I had the chance to be an author in 3 papers that will be presented there. In the first, we argue that Sustainable Systems is a complex topic, more complex that we might want to see at first sight. While existing simplifying frameworks are useful, we have to work more to integrate this complexity into our projects, not hide it under sometimes over-simplifying diagrams. The second highlight the requirements work that remains to be done around electromobility (electric-cars) and the smart grid that will manage the distribution of electricity in a near future. IT is at the heart of this new infrastructure, and while technology is nearly ready, there remain a lot of unanswered questions concerning the requirements of these systems. Finally we present


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