Antonio García Domínguez

Antonio García Domínguez

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Research interests

My research interests are on software testing, model-driven engineering and novel methods for engineering education. Within software testing, I am especially interested in automated software engineering, and I have experience with the combination of search-based approaches with mutation testing.

In model-driven engineering, I am interested in the design and implementation of scalable domain-specific languages for very large systems, and the use of non-standard approaches to persist and query object-oriented models.

In terms of engineering education, I have worked on the design of multiple active learning activities to drive "softer" skills, such as the use of multiple-round competitions to motivate students to learn how to read code. As part of the Institute of Coding, I am the Technical Director of Beautiful Canoe, a student-powered social enterprise that provides students with experience on developing real software for real clients and working as part of a team.

Teaching Activity

Undergraduate

  • Java Program Development (CS1410)
  • Team Project - technical mentor (CS2010)

Distance learning

  • Java Program Construction (DC2300)

Employment

  • 2016 - ongoing: Lecturer in Computer Science, Aston University, UK
  • 2015 - 2016: Senior Research Associate (MONDO EU project), University of York, UK
  • 2014 - 2015: Research Associate (Information Services General Directorate), Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
  • 2010 - 2014: PhD Student, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
  • 2008 - 2010: Profesor Sustituto (Teaching Fellow), Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
  • 2009: Summer Openlab student (Grid-based financial software), CERN, Switzerland

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