|Present||Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cedarville University ‐ School of Engineering and Computer Science|
- Digital Signal Processing
- Digital Logic Lab
- Engineering Analysis
|B.S., Cedarville University|
|M.S., The Ohio State University|
|Ph.D., The Ohio State University|
School of Engineering and Computer Science
Journal Articles (1)
Swarm-Inspired Modeling of a Highway System With Stability Analysis IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2017)
Naturally occurring flocks and swarms have long commanded human attention, with much engineering inspiration drawn from the beauty, order, and capability of these highly decentralized systems. More recent simulation and modeling of swarms has given ...
Conference Papers (4)
Dynamic Eco-Driving's Fuel Saving Potential in Traffic: Multi-Vehicle Simulation Study Comparing Three Representative Methods IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2017)
Dynamic eco-driving is a well-known umbrella term describing speed control schemes that utilize connected and automated vehicle technology for the purpose of saving fuel. If dynamic eco-driving is to be widely prescribed as an integral ...
Intelligent Vehicle Fuel Saving Technologies: Comparing Three Primary Categories of Methods American Society of Mechanical Engineers Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (2015)
In recent years, numerous control algorithms for connected and automated vehicles have emerged which focus on modifying driving strategy in order to reduce fuel usage. Referred to as “dynamic eco-driving,” these technologies have realized the ...
Development of a UDDS-Comparable Framework for the Assessment of Connected and Automated Vehicle Fuel Saving Techniques IFAC-PapersOnLine (2015)
Since the mid-seventies, the trend toward the development and adoption of fuelefficient light-duty vehicles has become well established. As part of this trend, many complex strategies for powertrain efficiency have been evaluated and successfully marketed ...
Poster Presentations (1)
Low Cost Vehicular Autonomy Using RADAR and GPS The Research and Scholarship Symposium (2019)
This presentation describes a subset of the systems devised for this year's autonomous golf cart senior design project. Our goal is to explore the possibilities of low cost autonomy using only radar and GPS for ...