Media information: SIG (Software Improvement Group)
Biography: Miguel Ferreira, Researcher, SEFL (Software Energy Footprint Lab)
Miguel has been a researcher at the Software Improvement Group (SIG) since 2009.
Miguel’s research covers several and distinct areas such as software modelling and verification, cloud computing, mining software repositories, spreadsheet risk management and software induced energy consumption.
Miguel is one of the people responsible for building and running the Software Energy Footprint Laboratory created from a partnership between SIG and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam).
He earned an MSc. degree in 2009 from the Minho University in Portugal.
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About SIG (Software Improvement Group)
SIG (www.sig.eu) advises clients on software quality, software risk and software economics. We provide management with a fact-based insight into their current IT situation, along with pragmatic and actionable recommendations on how to improve that situation. We know how to govern software projects effectively, when and how to invest in quality improvement, how to rationalize and how to control cost. We perform both in-depth technical analysis and management level financial analysis and consolidate the two. Our research department continually advances state of the art software research.
Our clients are located throughout Europe, and use our services to manage their systems, whether they are old, new, developed in house, or off-shored to a different continent. We have an in-house ISO 17025 certified laboratory to perform software analyses. In partnership with TÜV, we certify the quality of software systems. We are changing the enterprise software industry by making sure that quality and risk are part of the procurement process.
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