OfficeChapman Science Academic Center
Ph. D 1993 Stanford University, Electrical EngineeringMS 1988, Stanford University, Electrical EngineeringBS, 1987, Purdue University, Electrical Engineering
Dr. Daniel M. Fernandez teaches classes in first-year physics, Sustainability Systems, Environmental Studies Capstone, and Infrastructure Systems. He also co-coordinates the Environmental Studies program at CSUMB.
Dr. Fernandez research focuses on the collection of water from fog, studying techniques to assess the presence of fog and to maximize the collection of fog water. Dr. Fernandez is also engaged with campus-wide sustainability initiatives, and he manages the incipient Sustainable City Year Program.