Daniel John Lewis, BSc(Hons)

PhD Researcher in Engineering Mathematics (Intelligent Systems), and Teaching Assistant, at the University of Bristol (UK).

An EPSRC Industrial CASE Awarded Researcher, in collaboration with BT R&D.

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Current Situation Overview

Daniel J. Lewis is a computer scientist and engineering mathematician, currently researching and developing towards a PhD by research in Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol. He works within the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at Bristol, and is funded through an EPSRC Industrial CASE studentship in collaboration with British Telecom R&D. Daniel started his PhD research in September 2012, and is due for completion in September 2015. Since October 2012, Daniel has also been a trained Teaching Assistant in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Bristol, and has helped to teach Database technology and C Programming.

History Overview

Daniel holds a BSc(Hons) degree in Intelligent Systems and Software Engineering from Oxford Brookes University. He has a number of years experience in industry, part of which as under employment and part of which self-employed. He has held titles such as "Senior Software Developer", "Web Developer", "Semantic Web / Linked Data Consultant", "Technology Evangelist" and "Analyst Developer". In May 2011 he became a Journeyman of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, a Livery Company of the City of London, where he is being mentored about careers in information technology and telecommunications.


Daniel has interests (academic and/or professional) in a number of areas, in the computer science and engineering world this includes:

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