Roel at different levels of maturity:
Roel Wieringa is chief email distributor of the department of
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- E-prints of all my publications
and of my
design science methodology publications only.
- I have given Design Science Methodology presentations for a while now. If you contact me, I may even visit you to give one of these presentations, and you can indicate the desired maturity level.
- General overviews
15-minute micro-tutorial on design science methodology. Presentation at the Doctoral Symposia and Empire workshop at the RE 13 conference, at REFSQ in several years, and at CAiSE 2015.
Focus on distinction beteeen design problems and knowledge questions; design cycle to solve design problems.
Design Science Methodology.90-minute or 180-minute tutorial given at various conferences and universities.
Highlights of chapters 1-11.
6-hour PhD course given yearly for PhD students at the Netherlands School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS), and recently at the IFI summer school at the University of Zuerich. Treats chapters 1-11 except 4, 5, and 6. The course focusses on formulating research qoals, questions, theories and research design.
- 6-hour version of the Master course given yearly at the Sorbonne, restricting itself to the design cycle (chapters 1-7). Same slides in handout form: here.
- 16-hour course for master students, with exam questions and practicum assignments. In the course I treat chapters 1-11 of my book on design science.
- Special topics
Reseach method illustrations. Presents applications of my checklist for research design & reporting to observational case studies, case-based experiments (single-case and multiple-case) and technical action research.
Developing theories in design science.
A full-day seminar about design theories, scientific inference and the design and validity of research setups to support those inferences. To be given for SIKS researchers at 8 march 2017, at the Free University of Amsterdam. First version given an the Federal University of Espirito Santo, Vitoria, Brazil, 29 sept 2016.
Theories from case Studies in SE and IS Research.
PhD course given at Inforte, Helsinki, 3-4 november 2015.
Theories in Empirical Software Engineering.
International Advanced School on Empirical Software Engineeering given with Lutz Prechelt and Daniel mendez at the ESEM in Beijing, 21 October 2015.
How to write and evaluate RE research papers. Keynote at the REFSQ16 conference. Contains suggestions for writers as well as program committee members.
Case study research in information systems engineering: How to generalize, how not to generalize, and how not to generalize too much. Keynote at the CAiSE 2013 conference.
Empirical validation research methods tutorial at RCIS 2012
Technical action research: designing and reasoning about single case experiments tutorial at CAiSE 2012
Writing a report about design research is a 9-page document intended for Master's students and PhD students in software engineering, requirements engineering, and information systems engineering, to help them structure their thesis.
PhD Theses (co)supervised are listed on a separate page
Specification of Information Systems
Design Science Methodology.
201500018 Cyber Security management (coordinator)
201500026 Cyber Risk management (contact person)
201500025 Web Science: Social networks and big data (coordinator)
- Editorial board,
Requirements Engineering Journal.
- Editorial board,
Journal of Software and Systems Modeling.
International Journal of Business Information Systems.
For those who know the acronyms, recent conference functions include PC memberships of REFSQ, RE, ER, CAiSE, RCIS, DESRIST, ESEM and a lot of workshops.