"Towards Consumer Preference-aware Requirements" wins BUSITAL best paper award 2012
The paper "Towards Consumer Preference-aware Requirements" is selected as the best paper of the BUSITAL 2012 7th international workshop.
The paper, written by Eric-Oluf Svee and Constantinos Giannoulis, Ph.D. students, and Jelena Zdravkovic, Ph.D., at Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), will be published in the special edition of the International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design (IJISMD).
- While researchers from DSV´s Information Systems unit have contributed continuously to the BUSITAL workshop since its founding, this award for the best paper is a first, says Jelena Zdravkovic, Ph.D. at Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.
BUSITAL, founded in 2006 by leading research fellows in the BIT alignment topic in Europe, is a well established International Workshop on the topic of business-IT (BIT) alignment.
November 19, 2012
Source: Department of Computer and Systems Sciences