Selina DemiFaculty of Computer Sciences
My academic work is focused on the field of information security and software engineering. In particular, my PhD project aims to explore and investigate the use of blockchain technology in improving requirements engineering, as a crucial sub-domain of software engineering.
I hold a Bachelor's degree in the field of Business Informatics from the University of Tirana. During my bachelor's studies, I had the opportunity to study "Computer Science" at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU i Gjøvik). Furthermore, I have conducted my master studies in "Information Security" at the University of Tirana, followed by a Master's degree in "Information Systems" from Lund University, Sweden. Currently, I am a PhD candidate at Oslo University and a doctoral research fellow at Østfold University College.
- Demi, Selina (2020). Blockchain-oriented Requirements Engineering: A Framework, In Travis Breaux; Andrea Zisman; Samuel Fricker & Martin Glinz (ed.), 2020 IEEE 28th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE). IEEE conference proceedings. ISBN 978-1-7281-7438-9. Doctoral Symposium. s 428 - 433
- Demi, Selina; Colomo-Palacios, Ricardo; Johansen, Stig Henning & Sánchez-Gordón, Mary (2020). Mapping human values and scrum roles: a study on students' preferences, In Gregg Rothermel & Doo-Hwan Bae (ed.), ICSEW'20: Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering Workshops. ACM Publications. ISBN 978-1-4503-7963-2. Chapter. s 570 - 576