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Daniel Arnold graduated with a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of California San Diego in 2005. He received his Masters the following year in the same department. His research focused on autonomous vehicle navigation with minimal sensory input. Since receiving his master’s in 2006, Daniel has been employed by the Space and Naval Warfare Center in San Diego, Ca. where he worked as a test and evaluation engineer developing unmanned underwater vehicles. He later worked for the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center in Port Hueneme, Ca, where he researched ocean renewable energy technologies for application to navy facilities. In the fall of 2009, Daniel began his PhD studies at UC Berkeley in the mechanical engineering department. His research is focused on the implementation of residential demand side management via the introduction of communications infrastructure in the home. His other interests include power systems, control and estimation theory, and robotics.