Daniel earned his B.S. in
Computer Science and Engineering from University of Connecticut.
Concurrent to his full-time employment as a Software Engineer, Daniel has since
completed his M.B.A and M.S. in Civil Engineering at the University of
Connecticut. As part of the R&D team at Bentley
Systems, he develops innovative commercial hydrologic and hydraulic
Daniel aims to collaboratively
understand and improve upon the best modeling practices of our water
resources. His current initiatives include the challenges of simulating
culvert hydraulics with respect to the design constraints for successful fish
U.S. No. 8,175,859 "Efficient method for
pressure dependent water distribution analysis," with Zheng Wi Yu,
Thomas Walski, Rong He Wang. May 2012.
U.S. No. 8,639,483 "Computer modeling
software for analysis of the criticality of elements in a water
distribution system," with Thomas Walski et al. Jan 2014.