Register to Open Semimar: From Agile Development to Mercury Business 

March 24, 2015, at 9.00-13.00, Oulu City Theatre, Kaarlenväylä 2, OULU  

N4S-program welcomes you to participate to a half-day open seminar on the future of Software Business that is fast, near real-time and full of surprises and opportunities. The seminar will feature high profile speakers, representing both industry and academy addressing latest knowledge and experiences about software engineering, testing, development and business.

Key note presentations will be given by world-famous software engineering experts:

Lionel C. Briand – Cost-Effective Model-Based Testing

Lionel C. Briand is professor and FNR PEARL chair in software verification and validation at the SnT centre for Security, Reliability, and Trust, University of Luxembourg. He also acts as vice-director of the centre. Lionel started his career as a software engineer in France (CS Communications & Systems) and has conducted applied research in collaboration with industry for more than 20 years.
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Natalia Juristo – Experiments in the Finnish software industry

Dr. Natalia Juristo is full professor of software engineering with the Computing School at the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) since 1997. She was awarded, starting in January 2013, a FiDiPro (Finland Distinguished Professor Program) professorship at University of Oulu.
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Omar Mohout – Hyper Scalable business models: the digital key to extreme growth for companies

Omar Mohout is a tech entrepreneur turned advisor and mentor. As an advisor he tries to practice a “hands-off unless requested” approach. If required, he has hands-on experience with executing go-to-market, with a major focus on scaling cloud and web based services.
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After the exiting presentations we will have lunch served at 12.00-13.00.

Register here by 17th March 2015. The seminar is free of charge but registration is required for practical arrangements.

 

 

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