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The title field is colour coded. Books are coded in red and chapters are colour coded in orange. Everything else is simply black.


Presentations

I usually give 2-3 keynotes a year and a few other presentations. I used to give a lot more but I have managed to cut them down dramatically by asking for travelling expenses. This has thinned it down considerably.

Like all presenters, I shamelessly repeat the same presentation with a title change and a few small mods, so if you don't find the one you are looking for here, try one with a similar title. Because there are so many, I'm intending only to keep the last few years but if there is one you are looking for in particular, please contact me. Note that the downloadable PDF files are anywhere between 300Kb and about 1500Kb and some of them have suffered a bit in the long trek from ancient versions of Powerpoint to PDF format.

Author(s) Year Title Reference Category More details

Les Hatton

2017b

Balancing Safety with Rampant Software feature-itis

Presented at 25th anniversary of UK Safety Critical Systems.PRSSS_09-Feb-2017.html

Les Hatton

2016e

Darwinian Evolution, Symmetry, Conservation Principles and a box of chocolates

Presented at IET, London, December 2016PRIET_16-Dec-2016.html

Les Hatton

2013a1

E-mail Forensics: Eliminating Spam, Scams and Phishing

Presented at IET, London, Jan 2013PRIET-25-01-2013_EmailForensics.html

Les Hatton

2012l2

Software?s Hidden Clockwork: Power-laws, defects and the conservation of information in token-based systems

National University of Singapore, Dec 2012PRNUS_23-11-2012.html

Les Hatton

2012f3

Software?s Hidden Clockwork: a general theory of software defects

IEEE SES2012, London, June 2012PRSES-26-06-2012.html

Les Hatton

2012f2

Equilibriation of information in software systems

CiE 2012, CambridgePRCiE-17-06-2012.html

Les Hatton

2012c3

Software Defects are almost certainly inevitable

iMechE, 29 March 2012, Software Reliability ConferencePRiMechE_29-05-2012.html

Les Hatton

2012b2

E-mail forensics: eliminating spam, scams and phishing

WEBPRSurrey-08-02-2012_EmailForensics.html

Les Hatton

2011l1

Defects, Scientific Computation and the Scientific Method

Invited talk at CERN, 14-12-2011PRCERN-14-12-2011_SDSCSM.html

Les Hatton

2011j3

High-Integrity Software, Computation and the Scientific Method

Presented at ICAPELPCS 2011, GrenoblePRICALEPCS-14-10-2011_HighIntegrity.html

Les Hatton

2011h3

Specfications: Sometimes, Safety-Critical Systems Can't be Specified

Royal Surrey Hospital, August 2011PRRSH-and-specs-17-08-2011.html

Les Hatton

2011h1

Scientific Computation and the Scientific Method: a tentative road map for convergence

IFIP Working Group, NIST, Boulder Colorado, Aug 2011PRIFIP-02-08-2011_Uncertainty.html

Les Hatton

2011f1

A linear interpolant model for the pre-dinner speech

WEBPRAdaCore_2011_predinner.html

Les Hatton

2010k1

The characteristic shape of software

Invited talk to Lysator, University of Linkoping, 16-11-2010PRLysator-16-11-2010_PowerLaw.html

Les Hatton

2010j2

FOSS systems: Why do we not use them more ?

Plenary at BCS OSSG health informatics conference 27-10-2010PRFOSS_2010.html

Les Hatton

2010j1

C v C++ in embedded control systems

Plenary at MISRA C Day, Stuttgart, Germany, 29th Sept 2010PRCvC++_LH_04-10-2010.html

Les Hatton

2010h2

Trebuchets, warbows and optimising javelin flight

Talk given to IET, Savoy place, London, August 2010.PRIET_Aug2010.html

Les Hatton

2010c1

Power-laws, persistence and the distribution of information in software systems

WEBPRKingston-04-03-2010.html

Les Hatton

2010b2

Bureaucracy, safety and software: a potentially lethal cocktail

WEBPRSSS10_Feb2010.html

Les Hatton

2008o

Risk assessment: a frightening new weapon in the battle against commonsense

Presentation to the Exploration Managers Lunch, PETEX, London 20PRRisk_Petex.html

Les Hatton

2008j

The role of empiricism in improving the reliability of future software

Keynote at TAIC 2008, WindsorPRTAIC2008-29-08-2008.html

Les Hatton

2007x6

Forensic Software Engineering: Taking the guesswork out of testing

Invited talk at EuroStar 2007PREuroStar_06-12-2007.html

Les Hatton

2007x4

Testing: some answers but a lot more questions

Invited talk at Ericsson testing conference, October 2007PRTesting_and_defects_04-10-2007.html

Les Hatton

2007t

Modelling the flight of a javelin in a prevailing wind

Presentation at IMA conference IMASport07, ManchesterPRIMASport07_June2007.html

Les Hatton

2007s

Failures and vulnerabilities in software controlled systems

Keynote at NXP Quality and Reuse conference 2007, EindhovenPRGE0401_Hatton_lhorg.html

Les Hatton

2007p

Failure Patterns: a powerful tool to optimise testing

Keynote at StarEast07, Orlando, USAPRStarEast07_failure_patterns.html

Les Hatton

2007o

To what extent can we rely on the results of scientific computations ?

Keynote at ACAT'07, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 2007PRACAT07_April2007.html

Les Hatton

2006t

A measurement perspective on testing

Presentation to BCS SIGIST, London, Sept 2006PRSIGIST_19-09-2006.html

Les Hatton

2006g

Designing and implementing Efficient Tests and Test Strategies

Presentation to British Computer Society, Kingston, February 200PRBCS_14-02-2006.html

Les Hatton

2006d

Optimising airgun signatures for different seismic environments and predicting the effects on marine life

Presention to University of Durham Earth Science dept, Jan 2006PRDurham_Jan2006.html

Les Hatton

2006c

Dross ex machina: another look at the influence of software defects in computer modelling

Presentation to University of Durham and National Physical Lab,PRdross_2006.html

Les Hatton

2005u

Forensic software engineering, costs, reliability, security and other woes

Invited talk, Birkbeck, School of CrystallographyPRForensic_VariousWoes.html

Les Hatton

2005s

Safer C tutorial: developing in high-integrity systems

Invited tutorial, SafeComp 2005, Frederikstad, NorwayPRSafeComp2005.html

Les Hatton

2005k

Avoiding expensive IT project and product failures in 21st century Healthcare

Invited talk, CPD4IT, Royal College of Pathologists, July 2005PRCPD4IT_July2005.html

Les Hatton

2005c

A short potter through 21 years of software, er, engineering

Invited talk, 21st anniversary of Centre of Software ReliabilityPRCSR_Apr2005.html

Les Hatton

2005b

Recent case studies in testing: Parallel inspections and Testing after Delivery

Invited talk, BCS SIGIST testing conference, March 2005PRSIGIST05_2.html

Les Hatton

2004j

The MISRA v2 open conformance suite: work in progress

Invited talk, MISRA annual forum, October 2004PRMISRAv2_Oct04.html

Les Hatton

2004i

Forensic Software Engineering: avoiding the avoidable and living with the rest

Invited talk, Medical physics, Univ of Surrey.PRForensic_1.html

Les Hatton

2004f

Designing and Implementing efficient tests and test strategies

Keynote, AsiaStar 2004, Canberra, AustraliaPRAsiaStar2004.html

Les Hatton

2004c

Safety Critical Software in medical and other systems

Invited talk, Computing in Clinical Laboratories, GuildfordPRCCL_June2004.html

Les Hatton

2004a

A legal framework for understanding software systems behaviour

Invited talk, DIRC workshop, February, Gray's Inn LondonPRDIRC_0204.html

Les Hatton

2003s

UKC Christmas lectures on software reliability - 5

WEBPRXmas5_03.html

Les Hatton

2003r

UKC Christmas lectures on software reliability - 4

WEBPRXmas4_03.html

Les Hatton

2003q

UKC Christmas lectures on software reliability - 3

WEBPRXmas3_03.html

Les Hatton

2003p

UKC Christmas lectures on software reliability - 2

WEBPRXmas2_03.html

Les Hatton

2003o

UKC Christmas lectures on software reliability - 1

WEBPRXmas1_03.html

Les Hatton

2003f

Building on success: tackling long-cycle failures

Keynote, EuroStar Mini Conference, the Netherlands, March 2003PRP_EuroMStar_303.html

Les Hatton

2003e

Embedded Control Systems and modern software development problems

DERTS, IEE, May 2003, LondonPRP_IEE_503.html

Les Hatton

2002f

The Power of Modern Testing: but do we use it ?

Keynote, StarWest, Anaheim, September 2002PRP_StarWest_902.html

Les Hatton

2002e

The fault detectability domain: attack in depth

MISRA Forum, Warwick University, October 2002PRP_MISRAF_1002.html

Les Hatton

2002d

Safer Language Subsets

Can't remember who I gave this to or why :-( London, April 2002PRP_SaferSub_402.html

Les Hatton

2002c

Memorability and Invisibility: a tale of two alarm clocks and other stories from the front line

Keynote, HCI 2002, London, August 2002PRP_HCI_802.html

Les Hatton

2001f

Testing Embedded C programs: a measurement based approached to balancing static and dynamic testing

Invited talk, Philips Research, EindhovenPRPhilips_ISA.html

Les Hatton

2001e

A long hard look at the effects of defect on scientific and other software

Invited talk, Los Alamos, February, 2001PRP_LaNL_201.html

Les Hatton

2001d

Computer science education or computer fashion awareness ?

Keynote, ITiCSE 2001, Canterbury. June 2001PRP_ITiCSE_601.html

Les Hatton

2001c

15 years of measuring the effects of defect on scientific and other software

Keynote, ESCOM 2001, February 2001, Herstmonceux I think.PRP_ESCOM_201.html

Les Hatton

2000f

Software Quality and the World Automobile Industry

Invited talk, Toyo auto. industry seminars, Tokyo, April 2000PRAuto2000.html

Les Hatton

2000e

Balancing static and dynamic testing: some observations from measurement

Invited talk, Nokia Technology Centre, Helsinki.PRStatDyn2000.html

Les Hatton

2000d

Embedded System Testing

Keynote, European Software Testing Congress, LondonPREmbedSoftTest2000.html

Les Hatton

2000c

Embedded Control Systems: Risks and challenges

Invited talk, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands, OctPRESA.html

Les Hatton

2000b

Why is Linux so reliable ?

Keynote, ASM 2000 metrics conference, San Jose, CaliforniaPRASM2000.html

Les Hatton

2000a

Software failure: living with a wobbley technology

Inaugural speech, University of KentPRInaugural.html

Les Hatton

2000

eRisk and eBenefit: the eConomics of Software Testing

Keynote, EuroStar 2000, Edinburgh, ScotlandPREuroStar2000.html

Les Hatton

1999i

Paradigm shift or measurement based feedback ?

Invited talk, JACC'99, Oxford, SeptemberPRJACC99.html

Les Hatton

1999g

Testing: the influence of complexity, coupling, repetitive failure and diagnosis

Keynote, EuroStar99, Barcelona,, NovemberPREuroStar99.html

Les Hatton

1999f

Testing is not a phase

Keynote, STAREast, 2000, Orlando, Florida, MayPRStar99E.html

Les Hatton

1999e

The influence of software defect on simulations

Invited talk, UKSIM 99, Herstmonceux, April.PRUKSIM99.html

Summary: number of books 0, number of invited chapters 0, number of other articles 67


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