MSc Secure Programming (INFR11098) module page
- Gave lectures, created coursework and exam, marked coursework and exam, led TAs and practicals
- Course Security Outcomes
- Know how to respond to security alerts specifying CVE ID numbers which identify software issues
- Identify possible security programming errors when conducting code reviews in languages such as Java, C or Python
- Define a methodology for security testing and use appropriate tools in its implementation
- Apply new security-enhanced programming models and tools which help ensure security goals, e.g.,with access control, information flow tracking, protocol implementation, or atomicity enforcement.
- Sample Course Feedback
- Student oaUJ: "Please encourage all lecturers to use Piazza as effectively as Dr Arnaboldi"
- Student zAQT: "BEST COURSE IN INFORMATICS PERIOD"
- Student qpHn: "I knew very little about security before this course, and I believe I learnt a lot"
- Joe Hutchesont (Co-Supervisor with Prof. Aspinall, UG, University of Edinburgh), 22/23 - "Automated Identification of Connected Autonomous Vehicle Risk Scenarios"
- Agathe Petillot (Co-Supervisor with Prof. Aspinall, UG, University of Edinburgh), 22/23 - "Automated Identification of Connected Autonomous Vehicle Risk Scenarios"
- Fayz Siddiqui (Co-Supervisor with Prof. Aspinall, UG, University of Edinburgh), 22/23 - "Automated Identification of Connected Autonomous Vehicle Risk Scenarios"
- Henri-Louis Boisvert (Co-Supervisor with Prof. Komandantskaya, MSc, Heriot-Watt University), 21/22 - "Evaluating the Performance of Different Reinforcement Learning Methods for Autonomous Racing"
Coursework Automatic Judge System and Marking Tool (CSC362 - Cryptography - Newcastle University)
- Made a submission and marking website for Cryptography
- Automated judge system evaluating code quality and structure
- Automated marking of coursework through testcases and automated feedback system
- Invoved: PHP, MySQL, Java, JUnit
CTF Competition Coursework Submission Tool (CSC3124 - System and Network Security - Newcastle University)
- Developed Coursework Tool for Capture The Flag (security competition)
- Generated Unique Security challenges for students
- Created virtual security environments for security testing
- Involved: C, Java, python, NodeJS, virtual machines, networking
Teaching Assistant Positions
- Security Analysis of Complex Systems, (MSc) CSC8207, 2019-2020
- System Security, (MSc) CSC8102, 2019-2020
- Cryptography, (UG) CSC3621, 2016-2020
- System and Network Security, (UG) CSC3124, 2016-2020
- Software Engineering, (UG) CSC2021, 2016-2020
- Understanding Concurrency, (UG) CSC3324, 2016-2020
- Website Construction and Management (Server-side), (UG) CSC2021, 2016-2017