Technology transfer - Requirements Engineering research to industrial practice an open (ended) debate

Abstract

Technology and knowledge have been recognized as main sources of competitive advantage of corporations, industries and nations, particularly in the software domain. They have led to the creation of local ecosystems devoted to development and transfer activities, which ensure not only personal and institutional motivation/recognition, but also social and economic gains. An open (ended) debate panel is proposed in order to develop greater awareness and seek deeper understanding of such activities from Requirements Engineering research to industrial practice. The panel involves researchers and practitioners with the perspective of eliciting: (i) experiences in knowledge and technology development and transfer; (ii) awareness and effectiveness of models and patterns; and (iii) factors for having successful collaboration between research institutions and industry. The organizers also plan to run a survey during and after the conference, summarizing their conclusions in specific post-conference reports.

DOI: 10.1109/RE.2015.7320462

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Duarte2015TechnologyT, title={Technology transfer - Requirements Engineering research to industrial practice an open (ended) debate}, author={Carlos H. C. Duarte and Tony Gorschek}, booktitle={RE}, year={2015} }