I enjoy presenting. I do it in the context of teaching, research and consulting. I do it about the things I work on, and I do it about things I learn of.
On this page you can find a selection of topics I have given presentations on. If you are interested in commissioning me to speak about any of these, or about others, please contact me. Presentations can have various lengths and can be delivered as plain presentations, demos, tutorials or lectures.
Tudor Gîrba (http://tudorgirba.com) attained his PhD in 2005 from the University of Berne, and he now works as Innovation Lead at CompuGroup Medical Schweiz, and as software assessment consultant through netstyle.ch.
Among others, since 2003 he leads the work on Moose, an extensive open-source platform for software and data analysis (http://moosetechnology.org). He published all sorts of peer reviewed publications, he served in program committees for several dozen international venues, and he is regularly invited to give talks and lectures.
He is advocating that assessment must be recognized as a critical software engineering activity. He developed the humane assessment method (http://humane-assessment.com), and he is currently helping companies to rethink the way they manage complex software systems and data sets.