Mr David Milanese
My focus is on teaching in the School of Computer Science in distributed systems and software engineering. I participate and supervise student and research software projects for in research and development.
|2013||Teacher||University of Adelaide, Adelaide|
|2010 - 2013||University of Adelaide, Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor of Software Engineering (honours)|
|2012 - 2013||Software Developer||Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Canberra||Australia|
My teaching focuses are on third-year courses on distributed systems and software engineering. I look for teaching topics with strong applications in the industry to drive student motivation and engagement in their final semesters at the university. I frequently teach our Distributed Systems, Software Engineering and Project and Engineering Software as a Service 1 third-year coures. I am also teaching the Introduction to Program for Engineers, our first-year course for students with minimal programming experience offered across all the engineering disciplines.
I participate in the tutorials, workshops, practicals and consultation sessions with my courses to gain greater exposure to my students.
Prior to lecturing, I have taught second-year courses such as Systems Programing in C, Object Oriented Programing, and Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms.
I supervise and consult for a number of student and summer projects for the academic staff. Projects include:
- Context Map
- Active Debugger
- UML ItelegIntelligenting System
- Footprints in the Air