Danny Lloyd

Electrical Engineering, Queens University, 2016

Danny is a senior electrical engineering student, with a deep interest in green energy, mechatronics design and social enterprise. Danny was born in Calgary and lived in Paris, Houston, Halifax and Pau before attending Queen's University. He grew up playing rugby, reading and competing in halfpipe snowboarding. In 2014 he co-founded a 3D printing hardware startup through QICSI called Mosaic Manufacturing, which entered FounderFuel and raised $225,000+ on Kickstarter, before backing out to finish his final two years of undergrad. Back at school, he's designed an autonomous minesweeper robot and is currently building a 3D vision-based predictive vehicle suspension system. Danny spent two years as director of the Queen's Fuel Cell Team, an 80+ member undergrad engineering design team. The team developed a hydrogen fuel-cell golf cart and an electric snowmobile which won 3rd in the SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge. More recently, Danny has worked on multiple web projects in the education and advertising space, which has given him experience in Android development, Node.js and database architecture. Entering N36, Danny hopes to engage in an original and challenging venture with driven team members, to ultimately develop an innovative product with global impact!