Call for Papers is published!

Please consider submitting your original research on Requirements Engineering, Self-Adaptive Systems, or Cyber Physical Systems to RESACS 2016!

The Second International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive and Cyber Physical Systems, RESACS 2016 (, will be held on March 14, 2016, in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The call for papers is now available!

We are looking for original research on requirements engineering, self-adaptive, or cyber physical systems. A wide range of topics is accepted, including but not limited to:

  • Methods for Assessing Requirements
  • Context Analysis and Domain Modeling
  • Collaboration and Trustworthiness in Collaboration
  • Specification and Quality Assurance
  • Strategic and Ad-hoc Reuse of Components and Systems
  • Design Space Exploration and Communication Strategies
  • Requirements Satisfaction Monitoring at Runtime
  • Runtime Adaptation, Decision Making and Runtime Uncertainty
  • Ad-hoc networking of cyber physical entities and services
  • Benefits and Application Areas

We accept as full papers (up to 15 pages LNCS), short papers (up to 8 pages LNCS), or poster papers (up to 6 pages LNCS). Paper styles include:

  • Novel Approach and Approach Transfer Papers
  • Empirical Validations, Case Studies, Industry and Experience Reports
  • Problem Statements, New Ideas and Directions, Vision or Position Papers, Preliminary Evaluations
  • Tools, Modeling/Meta-Modeling

All submitted manuscripts will be peer reviewed and evaluated by originality and quality. Accepted papers will be published in the joint REFSQ CEUR-WS Workshop Proceedings.

Please also consider forwarding the call for papers to your colleagues, collaborators, and students and feel free to follow RESACS updates on our website ( and on Twitter (

We are looking forward to your submission! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

About tenbergen

Bastian Tenbergen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the State University of New York at Oswego, USA. His research interests focus on requirements engineering, conceptual modeling, context analysis, and safety assessment.
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