Tjaldur Software Governance Solutions actively researches software governance and license compliance issues together with researchers from various universities around the world and legal professionals around the world. Tjaldur employees have published papers at several conferences.
At the 2011 Android Builders Summit talk about Licensing Pitfalls in Android and How to Avoid Them was presented. A video recording of this talk is available.
At the Mining Software Repositories 2011 conference the paper "Finding Software License Violations Through Binary Code Clone Detection" was presented. This paper describes several novel methods to discover the presence of software packages in binary files. One method described in the paper has since been integrated in the Binary Analysis Tool.
At LinuxCon Europe 2011 the latest research project called What goes into an executable? Identifying a Binary's Sources by Tracing Build Processes (sent to ICSE 2012, not accepted yet) was presented.
Tjaldur participated with a talk and panel at the European Open Source & Free Software Law Event 2011.
At the inaugural FOSS Con Korea Tjaldur Software Governance Solutions presented about Android licensing pitfalls.
At LinuxCon Europe 2013 in Edinburgh we gave a presentation about the Binary Analysis Tool.
At the UKUUG Linux Conference 2003 a paper called Using buildfarms to improve code was presented. This paper describes a comparison of various buildfarm systems and shows where they break down and what properties a buildfarm should have.
At the HotOS '07 workshop the paper "Purely Functional System Configuration Management" was presented. This paper describes how functional programming techniques can be applied to system configuration management, like a Linux distribution.
At the SANE 2006 conference the paper Universal Plug and Play: Dead simple or simply deadly? was presented and was given the "Best Paper Award". This paper describes how implementations of the UPnP protocol can be abused to gain access to routers and networks.
At FOSDEM 2008 the UPnP research was presented as well.