I worked as a professor for the Institut Technique Supérieur Cardinal Mercier (ITSCM), a higher education institution in social advancement. I was involved in two courses of the bachelor in informatics and systems and the bachelor in electronics from the technology pole.
2261.11.U31.D1 – Transmission numérique
This course, taught to students in third year of bachelor in informatics and systems and in electronics, presents how to identify and analyse digital transmission with the specific circuits and needed protocols. Students have an opportunity to design and develop a complete sensor-based system with data transmission during the laboratory.
7560.42.U31.D1 – Informatique appliquée aux sciences et aux
technologies : Bases de la programmation
This course, taught to students in second year of bachelor in computer science, teaches basic programming concepts: multidimensional arrays, embedded loops, boolean and characters, decomposition in procedures and functions, file manipulation...
2982.21.U31.D1 – Initiation aux bases de données
This course, taught to students in first year of bachelor in informatics and systems and in electronics, is an introduction to databases and presents DataBase Management System (DBMS), relational databases, Structured Query Language (SQL), primary keys and views, table joins, data importation and exportation...
Sydney, NSW, Australia, July 2013.