Daphne Lai is a Computer Science Lecturer at the Faculty of Science, Universiti Brunei Darussalam where she has been a faculty member since 2004.
Daphne completed her Ph.D. at Nottingham University, MSc at University of Kent, Canterbury and and her undergraduate studies at Strathclyde University.
Her research interests lie in the areas of data mining and artificial intelligence, ranging from applied as well as design. In recent years, she has been investigating on better techniques for cluster analysis. She is collaborating with researchers in several disciplines of health care, particularly cancer registry and cardiac rehabilitation.
She currently serves on the Steering Committee for ASEAN-IVO under NICT and is also a IEEE member.
Daphne is currently lecturing in Programming Fundamentals and Computer Programming.
2004 - BSc in Computer Science, University of Stratchclyde, UK (Thesis: Elliptic Curve Cryptography)
2006 - MSc in Distributed systems and Networks, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. (Thesis: Economy of Stable Job Scheduling in Grid Computing Systems)
2014 - PhD in Computer Science, University of Nottingham, UK (Thesis: An Exploration of Improvements to Semi-supervised Fuzzy c-Means Clustering for Real-World Biomedical Data.)
Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence, Cluster Analysis, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, Biomedical Applications, Bioinformatics, Clinical Informatics