Ph.D. Computer Science · Washington, DC area
Focuses on requirements methods and tools for getting the appropriate software solution to the right human problem. Prominent themes within this work are FOSS licenses and heterogeneously-licensed systems, the interactions between law and requirements, privacy, effective use of scenarios and narrative requirements, bidirectional connection between stakeholder requirements and later development phases, empirical studies and requirements research, and how stakeholders understand requirements (or fail to).
Active runner, change ringer, former ballroom dance competitor. Married to a charming lawyer. Lived two years in St-Jeannet, France. Raised elder daughter from 6 months to 6 years, and raising younger daughter now.
Presenting Software License Conflicts through Argumentation
The Role of Software Licenses in Open Architecture Ecosystems
Intellectual Property Rights Requirements for Heterogeneously-Licensed Systems
Marginal Notes on Amethodical Requirements Engineering: What experts learned from experience