2008 Department of Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley, PhD.
2004 - 2005 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Masters.
1998 - 2003 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, Bachelor.
I work on predictive control for network storage systems. Applications include battery networks for electrical and hybrid vehicles, wind energy storage and transmission, and optimal allocation of solid-state memory
- C. Danielson, F. Borrelli, D. Oliver, and D. Anderson, "Constrained flow control in storage networks: Capacity maximization and balancing", Automatica 2013
- M. Preindl, C. Danielson, and F. Borrelli, "Performance Evaluation of Battery Balancing Hardware", European Control Conference 2013
- M. Preindl, S. Bolognani, and C. Danielson, "Model Predictive Torque Control with PWM using Fast Gradient Method", Applied Power Electronics Conference 2013
- C. Danielson, and F. Borrelli, "Symmetric Explicit Model Predictive Control", IFAC Nonlinear Model Predictive Control Conference 2012
- C. Danielson, F. Borrelli, D. Oliver, D. Anderson, M. Kuang, and T. Phillips, "Balancing of Battery Networks via Constrained Optimal", American Control Conference 2012
- C. Danielson, S. Lacy, B. Hindman, P. Collier, J. Hunt, and R. Moser, "Extremum Seeking Control for Simultaneous Beam Steering and Wavefront Correction", American Control Conference 2006