Daniel Mendez is Associate Professor for Software Engineering at the Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden, and senior researcher at fortiss, the research institute of the Free State of Bavaria for software-intensive systems and services.
His research is on Empirical Software Engineering with a particular focus on interdisciplinary, qualitative research in Requirements Engineering and its quality improvement. He regularly publishes in various software engineering venues and has occupied several key positions in venues of the empirical software engineering community. He has regularly published in various software engineering venues and has occupied several key positions in venues of the empirical software engineering community such as the PC co-chairing role for the 12thInternational Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement. He is further editorial board member at the Empirical Software Engineering Journal (EMSE), the Journal of Systems and Software (JSS), and the Information and Software Technology Journal (IST), and he co-chairs the special tracks Reproducibility & Open Science at EMSE and In Practice at JSS. He is further a member of the ACM, the IEEE Computer Society, and the German association of university professors and lecturers, and he serves the community as member of ISERN, the International Empirical Software Engineering Research Network.
Further information on his activities, projects, and publications are available on his website.