Dr.-Ing. Robert L. Baber, FBCS, CEng, Eur.Ing.
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Retired management consultant and professor of Computer
Science and Software Engineering
Professor Emeritus, Department of Computing and Software,
McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
S.B., S.M. Electrical Engineering, S.M. Industrial Management,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
Dr.-Ing. Informatik, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt (now Technische
Dr.-Ing. Robert L. Baber
D-61348 Bad Homburg v.d.H.
Telephone (wired network): +49-6172-687882
Telephone (DSL-telephony): +49-6172-808358
Telephone (mobile): +49-1520-1949163
For additional addresses, telephone numbers, etc., see http://www.RLBaber.de.
My primary areas of consulting
Although I am retired, I am still available for important and
interesting consulting assignments.
- Conception, specification, technical planning and design of
computer based systems for technical and business applications
- Mathematical modelling, e.g. for optimizing business
and decision making and for specifying software
- Applying mathematics to practical problems and tasks
Other professional activities
- Seminar on the Design of Error Free Software
Rigorous Software Development)
- University courses on the above topic
Current activities and hobbies
- Ancient history and the history of mathematics,
- Playing the Celtic harp
- Languages, e.g. Akkadian, Middle Egyptian, French,
Sumerian, Italian, Elamite, etc.
- Genetic genealogy
- Planning and writing a book to be entitled Report of the Solar-3 Covert
Committee, see http://Solar3CVC.eu.
- Planning and writing a book on general strategies for
solving logical and
mathematical problems such as riddles, puzzles, brain teasers, games,
mathematical problems on college entrance examinations and the like.
Genetic GenealogyI have written several tutorial notes on genetic genealogy. They are available at http://RLBaber.de/GenGen.
I have written several books and teaching materials on
developing computer software, in particular provably correct software.
For further information on these books and materials, see http://Baber.servehttp.com/Books/Books.html.
The books can be downloaded from there.
In addition, I have written a book on mathematical notation viewed as a
Language of Mathematics: Utilizing Math in Practice, see http://Language-of-Mathematics.eu.
I am also in the early stages of planning other books.
For a brief overview of all my published and planned future books, see http://Baber-Books.eu.
For teaching notes and other instructional materials for my university
courses and seminars for software practitioners on various aspects of
mathematically rigorous software development, see http://baber.servehttp.com/Professional/MRSD
For some of my other writings, see http://baber.servehttp.com/Professional/MiscWritings.
Curriculum vitae, publications
updated 2014 May 18.