School of Engineering
Daniel Guldenring joined the School of Engineering as a Lecturer in Electronic Engineering in 2014 and is a member of the Engineering Research Institute. Daniel’s research interests focus on biomedical signal processing and biomedical data analysis as they apply to computerised electrocardiology. He conducts collaborative research with a range of leading Universities and Research Institutes through funding from the EU Horizon 2020 programme and Invest NI. Daniel is a member of the International Society of Computerised Electrocardiology. He has also been a member of the program committee of the Computing in Cardiology conference series since 2010. He also serves as the research integrity adviser for Engineering at Ulster.
Daniel received a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) degree in Electrical Engineering and an MEng degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany in 2009. He received his PhD. degree from the School of Computing and Mathematics of the Ulster University in 2013. Daniel worked as a Research Fellow in the Northern Ireland Connected Health Innovation Centre before joining the School of Engineering. Daniel’s main areas of teaching are in control theory and embedded systems.