Hi, I’m Daniel.

Welcome to my little corner of the internet.

Who am I?

Good question… I’m Daniel Gill, I’m currently studying an MSc Computer Science by Research degree at Queen Mary University of London. In September 2024, I’ll be starting a PhD, also at QMUL, supervised by Dr Ekaterina Ivanova. My research is primarily focused in the areas of human-computer and human-robot interaction, particularly looking at how those with disabilities and autism can interact with technology better to support the individuals wellbeing and understanding of their own disability.

I want to help to bridge the gap between those with disabilities and the technology they interact with. As an autsitic person, I hope to do that, at least in part, for other autistic individuals around the world. I’m particularly keen to include those with disabilities as collaborators in research.


None so far, but by having the heading here, I’m willing myself on to begin to fill it! I also want to use this site to share what I’ve found particularly interesting and some smaller projects I’ve been working on, for which I have written blog posts – you can find more details on the right-hand side of this page.

Read about what I’ve been up to.