In the course of my career, I have had the pleasure of giving well over 1000 training sessions and presentations. As part of my work as a professor of software engineering, the focus here is naturally always on current topics at the cutting edge of science and technology.

Keynote speeches give companies a “jolt”. They help you to quickly grasp important topics, are aimed at applicability in your own environment and open your eyes to innovation and sustainability. Typical topics for this are

  • AI, machine learning and generative AI – what is it and what is it for?
  • Augmented / virtual reality – is this our new future?
  • EU regulation and frameworks – safely and sensibly forwards.
  • Sustainable software engineering – the practice to theory.
  • Gamification in business applications

These and other (topics by arrangement) presentations serve to give you or your executives the sometimes necessary nudge to enable innovation, to develop and implement strategies, or simply to gain knowledge. A more intensive form is know-how workshops, which are also held in companies. Here, however, the aim is to impart specific in-depth knowledge in order to be able to make well-founded IT decisions, manage projects, work with service providers or qualify employees. The subject area is broad and focused on the individual needs of the company.

I am also available for keynotes, conference presentations and panel discussions in combination with the two types of presentations mentioned above.

Talk to me!