Chris Hagen, P.E. (CO)

A portrait of Chris Hagen.

Chris Hagen, P.E. (CO)

Professor of Energy Systems Engineering
Nesbitt Faculty Scholar in Energy Engineering
Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering

105B Cascades Hall (OSU-Cascades campus in Bend); 308
Dearborn Hall (Corvallis)
Bend, OR 97701
United States

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2006
MS, Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University, 2002
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Valparaiso University, 1997
Licensed Mechanical Engineer in the State of Colorado
  • At OSU-Cascades since 2012
  • Assistant Research Professor, Colorado State University, 2010–12
  • Lead Fuels Research Engineer, Chevron Energy Technology Co., 2006–10
  • Application Engineer, Woodward Industrial Controls, Inc., 2001–03
  • Engineer, Enginuity International, Inc., 1998–2000
  • Co-op Engineer, Cincinnati Milacron, Inc., 1994–96

Research Interests
Dr. Hagen's current research focuses on energy conversion (primarily combustion), novel transportation fuels, and development of sensors for harsh environments. He is a member of the Combustion Institute, ASME, SAE, and IEEE.


Thermal–Fluid Sciences
Clean Energy Technologies