Dan Mead

Dan Mead

Researcher (‘22)

Imperial College London

Dan is a Research Assistant at the Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory. He joined in February 2021.

His work focuses on developing models that capture the interaction between autonomous vehicles and other road users, which could be used to evaluate the safety of future AV control systems.

Dan holds an MSc in Robotics and Computation from University College London, having graduated with Distinction honours. His dissertation focused on Swarm Robotics and Foraging Techniques. He previously studied Physics in Durham University.

Before joining Imperial College London as a researcher, Dan worked with SLAMcore, an Imperial spinout. His academic interests include the interaction of Autonomous Vehicles with urban infrastructure, developing and utilising simulations to assist in research, exploring multi-agent systems, and promoting the positive application of robotics in industries such as agriculture and medicine.

  • Swarm Robotics
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • MSc in Robotics and Computation, 2019

    University College London

  • BSc in Physics, 2017

    Durham University

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