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Daniel J. Belton is a University Teaching Fellow (Reader-level) in the School of Applied Science at the University of Huddersfield having previously been Senior Lecturer (2013) and Lecturer (2008) within the University. Prior to this he held an EPSRC CASE Award studentship at the University of Manchester, sponsored by Avecia Biologics and Intertek. He is a chemical engineer by training (MEng) and has a PhD in Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science. He has gained several awards while in Huddersfield including the IChemE Hutchison Medal in 2017 and in 2018 was awarded The IChemE North West region Young Chemical Engineer of the Year. Daniel’s current research interests lie in graphene-based composite materials, analytical science, process simulation, and pedagogic theory and practice. He also uses innovative teaching approaches to deliver modules aligned with his research interests to students on a range of degree courses, including Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Forensics. He also teaches on the university’s PGCHE course for new lecturers, regularly contributes to conferences and workshops in relation teaching and learning, and has published papers focused on chemical engineering education. He serves as member of the School Teaching and Learning Committee and leads technology enhanced learning activities within the University. Daniel is also a Chartered Chemical Engineer, a Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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