Dr Daniel Auger is Reader in Electrification, Automation and Control at Cranfield University. He is an expert in control systems, vehicle electrification and autonomy. He leads major work streams on self-driving cars, and he has pioneered advanced battery management algorithms for lightweight lithium-sulfur batteries. He has also introduced new state-of-the-art MSc teaching in applied control engineering and launched a new course in connected and autonomous vehicle engineering.
Before joining Cranfield, Daniel worked in senior control engineering roles in BAE Systems and MathWorks Consulting Services. He has MA, MEng and PhD degrees from Cambridge and is a chartered engineer, an IET Fellow and an IEEE Senior Member.