Danielle Fredette, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
BiographyDr. Fredette began teaching at Cedarville in 2017. Her graduate research was in the field of systems and control, specifically relating to fuel-saving control for multi-vehicle systems. Academic interests include applications in intelligent vehicle technology and multi agent systems as well as classical time domain control theory and optimization.
Education and Credentials
- Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Ohio State University
- M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Ohio State University
- B.S.E.E., Cedarville University
- Fuel-Saving Behavior for Multi-Vehicle Systems: Analysis, Modeling, and Control (Danielle Fredette) Faculty Dissertations (2017)
- Swarm-Inspired Modeling of a Highway System With Stability Analysis (Danielle Fredette and Ümit Özguner) IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2017)
- Dynamic Eco-Driving's Fuel Saving Potential in Traffic: Multi-Vehicle Simulation Study Comparing Three Representative Methods (Danielle Fredette and Ümit Özguner) IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2017)
- Intelligent Vehicle Fuel Saving Technologies: Comparing Three Primary Categories of Methods (Danielle Fredette, Junbo Jing and Ümit Özguner) American Society of Mechanical Engineers Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (2015)
- Development of a UDDS-Comparable Framework for the Assessment of Connected and Automated Vehicle Fuel Saving Techniques (Danielle Fredette, Craig Pavlich and Ümit Özguner) IFAC-PapersOnLine (2015)
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- Spending time with family and friends
Cedarville is a force for good in academia that is growing in influence and importance, and it is an honor to be part of such a thing. I also love interacting with students and seeing them come to understand the marvelous way God made things work.