Sponsor of SIREN 2018

Location: Linköping University
Time: 7-8 May, 12 to 12.
Room: Grace Hopper, building B, entrance 27, upper floor, corridor D
Host: Kristian Sandahl

How to get there:
You are going to Campus Valla in Linköping, click here for a map.

To find the B-building, entrance 27, where the green "R" is on the map, click here for the map.

How to get to the room: Enter at entrance 27, which is the same as the entrance to the reception. Climb the stairs and continue straight ahead through the doors. To the left is an open space with a large poster of Ada Lovelace. At the end of the open space, turn left and walk 10 meters, second door to the right. There it is! Click here for the indoor map.

From Linköping C (Resecentrum) to campus:
Taxi: There are normally lot of cars waiting at Resecentrum. At the university here is a taxi stand at building "Zenit". Just walk a few meters north to find the B building.

Bus: Don't trust the map; they recently reengineered everything. The fastest way is to take bus number 4 from Resecentrum, and jump off at Nobeltorget. That will take you to the corner of Campushallen. It's a 5 minutes' walk to the north to find the B building.

You cannot pay with cash or credit card on the bus. Easiest way is to download an app at:

By car: The E4 runs to the north of the city. Use Exit 111, Linköping V (west). Follow the signs to the University, turn at "Avfart 2".

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Confirmed presenters

  • Eric Kanuss, Chalmers | University of Gothenburg - "RE: Enabler or Impediment for Speed and Flexibility in Large-Scale System Development?"
  • Lena Buffoni, Linköping University - "Requirement Modelling for Cyber Physical Systems in Modelica"
  • Kristian Sandahl, Linköping University - "An empirical study in requirements engineering in cross domain development"
  • Björn Regnell, Lund University - "Discussion on goals and priorities in Swedish Requirements Engineering higher education curricula"
  • Richard Berntsson Svensson, Chalmers | University of Gothenburg - "Creative Thinking in Requirements Engineering"
  • Elizabeth Bjarnason, Lund University - "The Role of Distances in Requirements Communication"
  • Peter Sjöberg, Volvo CE - "An industrial example of using Enterprise Architecture to speed up systems development"
  • AGENDA (tentative - subject to change)

    Coming soon...

    General Notes: All talks are scheduled for 45min. This implies a MAXIMUM of 30 min presentation then 15 min QnA.


    Contact: richard [AT]