Daniel (Mole) Turner

PhD Student

Email: djt530@york.ac.uk
Twitter: twitter.com/molem7b5
ORCID: 0000-0002-8542-9302


  • Machine learning
  • Environmental soundscapes
  • Sound design


Dan Turner received the BA(Hons) in Popular Music with Music Technology from the University of Derby in 2012. He then went on to gain a PGCE in post Compulsory Education from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2015, after which he taught a range of audio/sound engineering related to topics to Music/Music Technology and Film & TV students. Deciding it was much more enjoyable being sat down during lectures he returned to the University of Derby where received the MSc in Audio Engineering. He is currently a PhD candidate within the AudioLab in partnership with BBC R&D researching how Artificial Intelligence techniques could aid in the creation of soundscapes for immersive environments. He is currently Vice-Chair of the AES York student section and is passionate about animal rights and beards and has also taken up the newly created position of the labs resident hipster.

Associated Projects

  • Intelligent Sound Design

Highlighted Publications

“Content Matching for Sound Generating Objects within a Visual Scene using a Computer Vision Approach” – Daniel Turner, Chris Pike, and Damian Murphy