Danny Murphy is an Automation Engineer and Faculty Instructor of Mechatronics at CVCC. He teaches automation, robotics, machines, electronics, industrial wiring, and STEM principles of engineering. He graduated with honors from DeVry University with a BS in Electronics Engineering in 1999.
Danny designed positioning systems for Harley Davidson’s Softail assembly line in 2002 and night vision assembly equipment for various US Army contractors in 2008. In 2012, he developed controls for the cryostat positioning systems at ALMA Observatory (the world’s most powerful deep-space telescope array). Most recently, he has designed electric vehicles used for fiber optic installation on runways at domestic US Navy and US Air Force bases.