Daniel is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Built Environment within the Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture at the University of New South Wales. Specialising in advanced computational design workflows, Daniel has received a Bachelor of Architectural Computing, with Distinction, and a Masters of Philosophy in Architecture from the University of New South Wales. His master research examines the translation of Slime Molds for parametric infrastructure planning through artificial organic simulations and topographical analysis. Previously in Daniel’s work as a post-graduate research associate in the Computational Design program at the University of New South Wales, he has been involved in numerous research projects developing analytical and optimisation processes for the built environment. Daniel’s research focuses on Urban Infrastructure and Planning, Environmental Analysis and Optimisation, Performance Architecture, Biomimetics, and Sustainability. He is currently a PhD candidate focussing on Urban Heat Islands.
UNSW Built Environment Scholar (2015)
The UNSW Built Environment Undergraduate Scholar's Program was established as a means of acknowledging the Faculty's highest achieving students. Every year the top 20 students are identified based on their excellent academic performance.
UNSW Undergraduate Dean's List Award (2014-2016)
The Dean's list recognises and celebrates the academic excellence of our high achieving undergraduate and postgraduate students. Undergraduate Dean's List Honours are awarded to students who have achieved a weighted average mark of 80 in a semester and who have completed at least 18 units of credit in that semester.
Director of Computational Design Prize (2015)
Director of Architecture Discipline Prize - Computational Design (2016)