Danielle Fredette, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. 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)
- Church music, musical theater, entertaining in my home
- 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.