Dr. Stephen W. Liddle, joins Enerlyte's advisory board
Software and technology expert, Dr. Stephen W. Liddle, joins Enerlyte's advisory board. Dr. Liddle is currently academic director of the Kevin and Debra Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at Brigham Young University and professor of Information Systems at the Marriott School of Management. Dr. Liddle will assist Enerlyte's software engineering team with the development and improvement of the company’s core analytic software. Liddle has been a member of BYU's business school faculty since 1995, when he received his PhD in Computer Science. His dissertation dealt with the topic of executable conceptual models, laying some of the groundwork for current efforts in model-driven development and model-driven architecture. Liddle also currently serves as a member and treasurer of the steering committee for the International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (the ER Conference). Liddle's research interests include conceptual modeling, software engineering environments and tools, data extraction, information retrieval, multiparadigm software development environments and tools, and e-business. His work has appeared in journals such as Data and Knowledge Engineering and the Annals of Operations Research, and in respected conferences such as the ER Conference and the Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, among others. He has also authored or co-authored more than 50 refereed academic papers, and is editor of numerous conference and workshop proceedings. Liddle has also consulted for such companies as Intel, Zions Bank, Ray Quinney and Nebeker law firm, Jones Day law firm, Faneuil Research Group, Whitewater, and Technology Partners. Liddle has been a prolific software developer since age 14, so he is fluent in many different programming languages. A true "propeller head," he often claims there is nothing he enjoys more than a good old "coding frenzy."

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