PhD Summary

My PhD focused on understanding requirements change handling in software development. There were 3 objectives.

We made several contributions to both academia and industry including frameworks, practices, strategies, and a tool. Even though technical and behavioral responses to requirements changes were out of the scope of the PhD (due to time constraints), we published a couple of papers including promising future research directions, and some practical implications. Altogether, the contributions were made to improve human-centric requirements change handling in software development. The contributions and the respective publications where they are available are shown below. The links to the preprints can be found here.

The two boxes on the LHS of the blue box are out of the scope of the PhD.

Apart from research work, I was also able to serve the international software engineering research community in various capacities as well.

I still have to submit my thesis which I will be doing soon ๐Ÿ™‚

Finally, thanks a bunch to everyone who helped me throughout the journey! Especially, my supervisors, collaborators, peers reviewers, and everyone who advised me! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ