My research focus is how neuroplasticity practices can support engineers and other computer workers in improving their presence, creativity, cognitive abilities, sleep and overall resilience (for details, see www.twinkleflip.com). I have been researching the relation between sustainability and software engineering for a decade and focuses on artifact-based requirements engineering and requirements engineering for sustainability. My expertise includes requirements elicitation, analysis, design and documentation techniques, for example sustainability goal modeling, as well as artifact models, quality modeling, tool support, and process improvement (see www.sustainabilitydesign.org and http://birgit.penzenstadler.de).
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REFSQ 2023: Joint Proceedings of Workshops, Doctoral Symposium, Posters & Tools Track, and Journal Early Feedback Track—Preface
From the War in Ukraine to Cannabis Use: Exploring a Diverse Set of Papers
Vision Paper: The Sustainability Awareness Framework (SusAF) as a De-Facto Standard?
AI, Tech, Energy, and Collaboration
Systems thinking and efficiency under emissions constraints: Addressing rebound effects in digital innovation and policy
Recent Research Into Infrastructure as Code
Owning Your Career Paths: Storytelling to Engage Women in Computer Science
Take a deep breath: Benefits of neuroplasticity practices for software developers and computer workers in a family of experiments
WELCOME MESSAGE from the EASE 2022 VISION and EMERGING RESULTS TRACK CHAIRS
AI Engineering Research in Software Engineering Venues
The 'Vattn' Case: Analysing Sustainability Impacts in a Software Startup
Software Design Trends Supporting Multiconcern Assurance
How Could We Have Known? Anticipating Sustainability Effects of a Software Product
Tapping in - How to Decide: Mind, Heart, or Gut?
Extracting Requirements and Modeling Information and Controlling Risk
SusAF Welcomes SusApp: Tool Support for the Sustainability Awareness Framework
Software Sustainability: Beyond the Tower of Babel
Behavioral science and diversity in software engineering
(Research) Insights for Serverless Application Engineering
Requirements Engineering Research: News From the Trenches
Status Quo in Requirements Engineering: A Theory and a Global Family of Surveys
Blinded by Simplicity: Locating the Social Dimension in Software Development Process Literature
Requirements engineering for sustainability: an awareness framework for designing software systems for a better tomorrow
Toward model-driven sustainability evaluation
Computing to Change the World for the Better: A Research-Focused Workshop for Women
Conference Highlights: JIT Fault Prevention, Motivated Modeling, Security in Requirements, and Improving Team Performance
When Does Design Help Thinking, and When Does Design Thinking Help?
Where attention goes, energy flows : enhancing individual sustainability in software engineering
Experiences from Applying the Karlskrona Manifesto Principles for Sustainability in Software System Design
Leverage Points for Focus Flow and Communitas
Towards an Ontology of Requirements Engineering Approaches
Raising awareness for potential sustainability effects in Uganda: A survey-based empirical study
Implications of grassroots sustainable agriculture community values on the design of information systems
Preface Re4SuSy: 8th international workshop on requirements engineering for sustainable systems
Do we really know what we are building? Raising awareness of potential sustainability effects of software systems in requirements engineering
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