Daniel Miller is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo.
His research interests lie in the areas of time-varying control approaches to robust control, and adaptive control and mechatronics.
In addition to his research work, Professor Miller also has a number of publications. He has written the article “Determining the least upper bound on the achievable delay margin” in Unsolved Problems in Mathematical Systems and Control Theory, and a chapter in “Synthesis of Catalytic Materials by Spray Pyrolysis” in Advanced Catalysts and Nanostructured Materials: Modern Synthetic Methods.
- Time-varying Control Approaches
- Robust Control
- Adaptive Control
- Mechatronics & Controls
- 1989, Doctorate, Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto
- 1986, Master of Applied Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto
- 1984, Other, Electrical Engineering, University of New Brunswick
- ECE 390 - Engineering Design, Economics, and Impact on Society
- ECE 380 - Analog Control Systems
- ECE 481 - Digital Control Systems
- ECE 781 - Adaptive Control