Talks

  1. June 2006, ‘Quality and open source’ at Microsoft Corporation, Washington, USA.
  2. May 2006, ‘The cost and quality of infrastructure software’ at the Ottawa Software Quality Association, Ottawa.
  3. May 2006, ‘Will a counterpart agree? Learning from influence strategies’ at RALI, DIRO, University of Montreal, Montreal, QC. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  4. April 2006, ‘Perspectives on benchmarking’ at the Process Benchmarking Consortium workshop, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
  5. April 2006, ‘The quality of infrastructure software’ at the LinuxWorld conference, Toronto.
  6. March 2006, ‘Measuring the risk of re-identification in Ontario’ at Health Canada, Ottawa.
  7. March 2006, ‘Measuring the risk of re-identification in Ontario’ at the Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa.
  8. March 2006, ‘Measuring the risk of re-identification in Ontario’ at Statistics Canada, Ottawa.
  9. February 2006, ‘The Effective Implementation of IT in Clinical Research'(webinar), TrialStat Educational Series, Ottawa.
  10. January 2006, ‘eHealth and Privacy: Pragmatic Guidelines for Privacy Protection When using IT’ at the Health Information Privacy and Security Conference, Toronto.
  11. December 2005, ‘Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ at the Privacy Guidelines Workshop, Ottawa.
  12. December 2005, ‘Language Patterns in Studies of Negotiation Strategies’ at the TAMALE seminar, SITE, University of Ottawa, Ottawa. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  13. November 2005, ‘Perspectives on Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ for Grand Rounds at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa.
  14. November 2005, ‘How successful are Information Systems projects?’ at the Ottawa Software Quality Association, Ottawa.
  15. October 2005, ‘A Multi-method evaluation of the practices of small software projects’ at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
  16. October 2005, ‘The cost, quality, and security of open source software: fact and fiction’ at the Ottawa SPIN (Software Process Improvement Network), Ottawa.
  17. October 2005, ‘What we can learn from the negotiation texts’, RALI seminar, DIRO, University of Montreal, Montreal QC.
  18. October 2005, ‘Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ at the Privacy Guidelines Workshop, Ottawa.
  19. September 2005, ‘Perspectives on Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ at Health Canada, Ottawa.
  20. September 2005, ‘Perspectives on Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ for Research Rounds at the CHEO Research Institute, Ottawa.
  21. September 2005, ‘The ROI from Software Quality’ at a special seminar organized by Communications and Information Technology Ontario, Ontario Centers of Excellence, Ottawa.
  22. September 2005, ‘Perspectives on Electronic Health Information and Privacy’ at the RAND Corporation, Washington DC, USA.
  23. September 2005, ‘The ROI from Software Quality’ at the University of Maryland at Baltimore County, Washington DC, USA.
  24. July 2005, ‘The cost, quality, and security of open source software: fact and fiction’ at Korea University Business School, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  25. July 2005, ‘The practices of small software projects’ at Korea University Business School, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  26. July 2005, Presentation on promoting innovation at the Ministry of Information and Communications, Seoul, Korea.
  27. June 2005, ‘The cost, quality, and security of open source software: fact and fiction’ at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
  28. June 2005, ‘The practices of small software projects’ at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
  29. May 2005, ‘The Effective Implementation of IT in Clinical Research’ (webinar), TrialStat Educational Series, Ottawa.
  30. April 2005, ‘The Benefits of IT in Clinical Research’ at the Ottawa Life Sciences Council, Ottawa.