Software Development and Licensing at the Berkeley Lab

November 30, 1999 - 12:00pm
Bldg. 90
Seminar Host/Point of Contact: 

Software is increasingly an important direct deliverable of our research as well as a vehicle to deliver other results (e.g. web-based data) to industry.  Seth Rosen, from the Technology Transfer Department, will give a 30-minute presentation discussing the most common problems that LBNL researchers face in software development, and providing tips on how best to either avoid or resolve them.  He will also explain software licensing and distribution options available for LBNL software and how Tech Transfer can help get the job done.   If you are a software developer, or you supervise software development, or plan on doing so in the future, this presentation will provide you with valuable information that could save you time and effort. The presentation will be followed by a discussion period.  Bring your questions for Seth to answer. Everyone involved in the development of software is encouraged to attend.

Add event to Google Calendar

Announcement List

To be added to our seminar annoucement list please, email ETA Seminars. Seminars may change without notice, stay informed by joining our seminar email list. 

Site Access

For site access please email your request to ETA Seminars. To arrive at Building 90 via the LBNL shuttle, take "Blue Uphill". Click here for the shuttle schedule. To ensure your site access is set-up send your request 36 hours in advance of the seminar.

Remote Access

Not able to attend in person? Remote participants can use ReadyTalk Audio & Net conference to phone in to listen, while viewing the presentation via the ReadyTalk site.

Web Access Code: 4864835

USA & Canada call-in number:
1 (866) 740-1260
Access Code: 4864835#

International callers:
Please visit this website to see if a toll-free call-in number is available for your international location.

If not, you will need to pay for the call yourself and use this phone number:

(303) 248-0285.