I have been with the Department of Computer Science since 2008. During the 2nd year of my BSc, in 2009, I switched to the 4 year MComp degree. After completing my MComp degree in Computer Science in 2012, I began my PhD research in October 2012. My supervisor is Irek Ulidowski. My PhD studies are funded by a PhD studentship from the College of Science and Engineering PhD Studentship Scheme.
My current research is focused around asynchronous circuits, delay-insensitive models of computation, and reversibile circuit elements. Other interests include reversible process algebras and the general reversibility of computation.
Other work activities
In 2012, I also provided asssistance in CO2001: User Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction, a 2nd year, semester-one BSc module. My duties involved assisting in labs and proof-reading coursework assignments.
In 2013, 2014 and 2015 I provided assistance in CO3007: Communication and Concurrency, a 3rd year and MSc module. My duties involved assisting in surgeries, proof-reading coursework assignments, and marking.
In my free time I play video-games. I also like to modify and customise PCs, and find general DIY to be fun and relaxing. I watch lots of movies and TV shows.
Daniel Morrison and Irek Ulidowski, Reversible delay-insensitive ditsributed memory modules. Proceedings, Reversible Computation 2013, LNCS, volume 7948, pp. 11-24. Springer, 2013.
Daniel Morrison and Irek Ulidowski, Arbitration and reversibility of parallel Delay-Insensitive modules. Proceedings, Reversible Computation 2014, LNCS 8507, pp. 67-81. Springer 2014.
Daniel Morrison and Irek Ulidowski, Direction-reversible self-timed cellular automata for Delay-Insensitive circuits. Proceedings, ACRI 2014, LNCS, pp. 367-377. Springer 2014.
Daniel Morrison and Irek Ulidowski, Direction-reversible self-timed cellular automata for Delay-Insensitive circuits. Journal of Cellular Automata 12(1-2):101-120 2016.
APG Seminar 2013 [Slides]
RC 2014 Links
ACRI 2014 and Journal of Cellular Automata Links
Author: Daniel Morrison (dm181 AT le.ac.uk), T: +44 (0)116 252 3904.