Founded in 2009, Epimorphics are at forefront of developing standards, tools and applications, working with organisations to organise and publish data.
Meet the team
Martin is the Managing Director of Epimorphics. With a background in Mathematical Logic from Cambridge and Manchester, Martin puts many years of leadership experience at HP and elsewhere to good use in overseeing our client projects and developing new business.
Dave is the Chief Technology Officer at Epimorphics. Dave guides our strategic and technical priorities, and is the driving force behind much of the innovative software in our products and solutions. Dave regularly participates as an invited expert on a number of standardisation and best-practice activities, such as the UK Linked Data Working Group.
Interested in joining
We’re searching for people to join us in creating powerful data solutions for organisations, so they can make better use of their information.
DATA STRATEGIST (DIRECTOR)
Alex leads business strategy development and supports project development. Alex has joined us after leading open data in Government (at Defra) with a wealth of experience at the interface between policy makers and technical teams. Alex has supported and participated in many standardisation and best-practice groups covering data and geography themes.
Simon is a software developer with a focus in the development team supporting front and back-end projects. Simon has a MSci Mathematics from University of Birmingham (mainly logic and combinatorics), and has previously worked on clinical and financial software.
Lizzie’s expertise focuses on understanding user needs as part of our service design. Lizzie has a background in user research and business analysis often with open and linked-data projects.
Linked Data Specialist
Brian specialises in the development of linked data systems. He has worked on the Semantic Web since its early development and led the development of some of its founding standards. His expertise covers a broad range from project management, through ontology and software development to operations and automation.
Linked Data Specialist
Stuart is a Linked Data Specialist who takes a leading role in our data systems architecture and modelling projects. Formerly chair of the W3C Technical Architecture group, Stuart also consults on standardisation activities around linked and open data.
LINKED DATA UX ANALYST
Paul’s expertise focuses on improving user experience through analysing the interface between linked data technologies and user needs. He is also a research fellow at the University of Bristol.
Joseph is a Computational and Data Journalism graduate with an interest in visualising and communicating data, and storytelling with data on the web. He works on front-end development for web applications.
Mihajlo is a software engineer working on our data platform team. He joined Epimorphics after graduating from the University of Bristol with a BSc(hons) in Computer Science.
Charlie is joining us as a software development intern over summer. In his second year of a Computer Science degree at Bristol University, he has an interest in game development and will be working on our internal tooling with Amy for the duration of his internship
Bogdan is a software engineer with a keen interest in learning new technologies. He is part of our front-end team that focuses on the development of web applications around linked data. Bogdan graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Computer Science.
Andrew is the ops lead for Epimorphics. A developer turned Unix system admin, having previously worked on high availability systems for GSM and satellite messaging platforms Andrew recently worked on big data platforms for UKHO. His interests lie system automation, monitoring and site reliability engineering.
Kal is a systems architect and software developer with an extensive background in standards-based data and knowledge management. He is a frequent speaker and tutor on Linked Data and related topics and a long-time contributor to several open source projects including dotNetRDF, the principle library for dealing with RDF and linked data on the Microsoft .NET platform
Angela is a 3rd year University of Bristol student on her way to a 4 year MEng Computer Science degree. Her interests are in logic programming, data visualisation and computational neuroscience.
Louise is a software intern at Epimorphics working on front-end development. She is currently studying Computer Science at Oxford Brookes University. And has a background with art and photography.
Adrian is an incoming 4th year Computer Science student at the University of Bristol with a keen interest in data processing and analysis. Alongside his studies, he has also garnered professional experience in full-stack web development as a part-time software developer.