Bruce Momjian

Selecting Presentations


Having looked at this web site, you might be confused about which of the presentations is best for your group. As you can see, the talks are grouped into categories on separate web pages and are of interest to a variety of audiences:

You might find the video recordings of my talks helpful during your selection process. By clicking on "Show Locations and Durations" at the top of any presentation page, you can see where talks have been presented and see two durations for each talk. The first duration is for the talk itself, and the second includes time for a question and answer session following the talk. Often I have found these Q&A sessions to be even more popular than the talk because it covers a variety of topics and answers people's specific questions.

I don't expect any money to present any of my talks, though I like to have my travel and lodging expenses paid. I will get approval for the flight cost and bring a printed receipt from the airline.

All my presentations are pdf files; a total of slides. I can easily supply pdf's suitable for printing. I always bring a laptop to each presentation. However I also bring a pdf copy on a memory stick, and the files are available on the Internet.

Here is a portrait for publication use.