My name is Jörg Leuser. After studying in Ulm and Melbourne, I started working in the automotive industry where I still work today. Also, I started teaching Requirements Engineering also outside of work as a second endeavour. In my free time I like to do some photography - especially in other countries. Well, if visiting other countries is not possible, at least I can read about them.
After studying computer sciences with focus on usability and requirements engineering, I started working in the requirements engineering and management research of the automotive industry. Nowadays, requirements engineering and management consulting is still an important part of my work. However, over the the years, project management and some development played a major role.
Working in teams designing RE and RM methodologies, we used Kanban to manage our work. When being part of development teams, I am working as Scrum master or Product Owner. The work is not restricted to software, but also contains a fair bit of hardware.
Although designing trainings of different sizes was always part of my job, working as a trainer was not the focus of my work. Well, that changed somewhat. Today, I spend quite some time training requirements engineering and management - sometimes even internationally.
It's some time that I had a focus on research. The most thorough research was into semi-automatic recovery of traceability links in specifications. By now, there is no focus on it any more, but that doesn't mean, I am not interested in it any more. Here are some of my publications that I had over the years.
As described before, designing trainings is part of my job. But working as a trainer also is part of my job. In the last couple of years, a taught around the world. Many trainings were in Germany but alsp for example in Singapore, China, and the US.
But not just at work I work as a trainer, but some years ago, I was asked to teach a master class in requirements engineering and management at the University of applied sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten.