— Andrea Giugliano MSc in Advanced Software Engineering (University of Leicester)
G3 Computer Science Building|
Department of Informatics,
University of Leicester,
E: ag400 at le.ac.uk
I graduated as a BSc student in "Information and Business Organisation Engineering" in 2012 at the University of Trento.
Here I got a background in information technology, economics and project management.
In that period I got in touch with Agile, and I had experiences of Scrum and Kanban methods (this last was the topic of my BSc thesis).
Right after I joined the University of Leicester, where I
graduated in the MSc "Advanced Software Engineering" with
distinction and I won the Best Theoretical Project 2013
Finally my deep interest for software engineering pushed me
to enter the university as a Ph.D. student. My supervisor is
In 2014 I participated with two colleagues of the Engineering
department to EngineeringYES, an
entrepreneurship event, where we won a Teamwork prize and
Runners Up prize.
I am trying to make our computers more reliable. When we use
computers, we often want to get some information out of
them. What many people are worried about is that the way the
computer operate on the data can be incorrect: e.g. we want to
change the name of a file and the computer deletes it
instead. For instance, some studies show that the software that
manages data in the Linux operating system can fail in certain
conditions (usually when you pull the electricity link during a
We are working hard to develop the first prototype of a correct
file system. Maybe this will not change your lives drastically,
but at least NASA people will have less problems in sending
rovers on Mars (the Spirit one was unable to move for two weeks
for a filesystem problem!).
Contact me, if you are interested about this project!
In another flavour..
The research project I am contributing to aims to develop a
formal, mechanized specification of filesystem behaviour,
together with an efficient filesystem implementation, and a
mechanized proof that the implementation meets the
Autumn term 2013-2014:
Spring term 2014-2015:
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