Daniel Cavaliere

Daniel Cavaliere MCIHT

Teaching Fellow in Engineering

Key details

Daniel E S Cavaliere

Teaching Fellow in Engineering


Daniel Cavaliere has been a visiting lecturer in Business Studies, Supply Chain Management, Civil Engineering Risk Analysis and Management and Strategic Management from September 2016 until May 2019 at the University of Greenwich. In September 2019 he joined the School of Engineering as a full time teaching fellow.

He has extensive experience working as a project manager and strategic route manager has been with such companies as Balfour Beatty and Mott MacDonald on various highway projects in the UK and Europe.

During his time at Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald he received the Customer Focus Winner Excellence Award in recognition “for outstanding team work and customer focus”. Daniel was also selected to be part of a team created specifically to develop team building exercises for senior leadership groups.

Responsibilities within the university

Module Leader

BUSI1539             Digital Business

BUSI1609             Innovation and Entrepreneurship

BUSI1611             Strategic Management

BUSI1705             Strategic Engineering Management

COMP1677          Process Simulation and Design

GEEN1015           Operations Management

MARK1244          Procurement and Supply Chain Management

MARK1257          Supply Chain for Engineers

PROD1026           Advanced Principles in Supply Chain Management

Research / Scholarly interests

Areas of interest are transportation management, civil engineering aspects, management, highways and multi modal infrastructure management (strategic asset management), and project management.

He also has interests in the transition processes from the current automotive (personal car use) paradigm to a fully automated and "clean" transport system where cars are utilised as a service rather than a commodity. He has a particular interest in the investigation of the causes of failure within process and organisational change and improvements management.