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Seminars

These are seminars I have given on various aspects of my research and development projects as well as discuss or speculate on technology, business models and implications of emerging and future trends. It is a very good way to get feedback on your current thinking. I have been invited on several occasions to deliver talks and seminars, some of the recent ones below:

  • Opening Session speaker Second National Investment Club Conference, November 2008, World Money Show, Queen Elizabeth QEII Centre, London
  • Research for Business, A Service Fit for Purpose - A Case Study with Internet and Telecom Sector, Faculty of Engineering Quarterly Seminar Series, University of Leeds; May 2008;
  • Unit Valuation System for Accounting and Performance Evaluation, First National Investment Club Conference, December 2007, World Money Show Queen, Elizabeth QEII Centre, London
  • Opening Session speaker First National Investment Club Conference, December 2007, World Money Show, Queen Elizabeth QEII Centre, London
  • Professional Development Seminar; School of Computing, University of Leeds; November 2007; From Business Processes to Investment Returns: An Evolving Context for IT Professionals in the Workplace: Pointers for New Graduates.
  • Professional Development Seminar; School of Computing, University of Leeds; November 2006; From Business Processes to Investment Returns: An Evolving Context for IT Professionals in the Workplace: Pointers for New Graduates.
    External Speakers Seminar Series, EE department, University of Leeds; March 2006; Optimising Large IT Data Centres using Self-Managing Systems.
  • IEEE seminar (EE department, University of Leeds), May 2003, IP & Hosting for Internet Services.

  • STRL (Software technology Research Labs) at Leicester DeMontford University, June 2002, Internet Data Centres - Business and Technology trends.

  • Institute of Integrated Information Systems (I3S Leeds), December 2001, Internet Data Centres - Business and Technology trends.

  • EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland), July 2000, Introduction to Performance Engineering of Internet Protocols.

  • EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland), July 2000, Advanced: Performance Engineering of Internet Protocols.

  • University of Lulea (Sweden), December 1999, TCP and ATM Coordination.

  • University of Glasgow, January 1999, Applying Quality of Service in ATM Networks

Training

As well as delivering lectures at the University of Leeds, I have also covered professional training. I was a fully qualified Learning Tree Instructor covering the Client/Server technology courses between 1998 and 2002.


© Mourad Kara
Email: mourad@autonomic-labs.com