OpenReq have relaunched the OpenReq open call, seeking proposals from eligible parties to integrate, extend, and evaluate OpenReq technologies.

OpenReq addresses the challenging objective of creating a platform of services to semi-automatically support collaborative decision-making in large software projects. The focus is on Requirements Engineering-related decisions, such as requirement quality improvement, release planning, and requirements reuse.

OpenReq have relaunched the OpenReq open call for cooperation.

To fund and assist eligible entities to profit from the research and innovation results of OpenReq, interested parties can submit their proposal at the ELVIS platform by 7 December 2018, 17:00 Brussels time. The total budget for this Open Call is €180,000, used to subcontract organisations from at least three different EU countries. Proposals are expected to request up to €30,000, proposals requesting funding over this limit will not be considered.

In this Open Call, they are seeking proposals from eligible parties who want to integrate, extend, and evaluate OpenReq technologies for tools, processes, and use cases of their interest.

The call participants are expected to:

  • Perform technical work (including implementation and deployment, e.g., of connectors).
  • Conduct evaluation(s) in real-world settings (i.e., with real-world data and participants).
  • Contribute to the dissemination and exploitation activities of the OpenReq project (e.g., blogging or attending events).

The selected participants will be invited to present their results during one of the OpenReq meetings hosted by the consortium in 2019 (date, location, and participation conditions will be communicated in time). The selected participants will give a presentation/demo of approximately 20 minutes.

OpenReq (Intelligent Recommendation & Decision Technologies for Community-Driven Requirements Engineering) is a European research and innovation project funded under the Horizon 2020 programme.

Find out more about the call here.

 

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