Chris Hogan

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Chris Hogan

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies,
Mechanical Engineering


Mechanical Engineering
Rm 109
111 Church Street SE





Ph.D. 2008, Washington University, Saint Louis, MO

B.S. 2004, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Research Interests
  • Supersonic Aerosol Deposition Based Coating and Additive Manufacturing Processes
  • Nanometrology and Particle Contamination Control Technology
  • Atomization and Sprays for Crop Protectants and Agriculture
  • Medical Aerosols and Bioaerosols
  • Energy Transfer, Mass Transfer, and Reactivity in Aerosols
  • Non-equilibrium particle laden systems, including plasmas and high concentration aerosols

Research Groups

Name: Hogan Lab
Location: ME 4136 / 365


Name: Aerosol Diagnostics Laboratory
Location: ME 457


Name: Particle Calibration Laboratory
Location: ME 251


Honors and Awards
  • Kenneth T. Whitby Award, 2018, American Association for Aerosol Research
  • Smoluchowski Award, 2013, GAeF
  • Sheldon K. Friedlander Award, 2011, American Association for Aerosol Research
  • McKnight Land-Grant Professorship, 2011
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Short Term Faculty Fellow, 2010
Selected Publications
  • Li C., Singh N., Andrews A., Olson B.A., Schwartzentruber T.E., & Hogan C. J. (2019) Mass, Momentum, and Energy Transfer in Supersonic Aerosol Deposition Processes. International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer. 129: 1161-1171. 10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2018.10.028
  • Chen X., Ghosh S., Buckley D. T., Sankaran R. M., & Hogan C. J.(2018) Characterization of the State of Nanoparticle Aggregation in Non-equilibrium Plasma Synthesis Systems. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 51, 335203. 10.1088/1361-6463/aad26f
  • Yang H., Goudeli, E. & Hogan C. J. (2018) Condensation & Dissociation Rates for Gas Phase Metal Clusters from Molecular Dynamics Trajectory Calculations. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 148, 164304. 10.1063/1.5026689
  • Buckley, D. T. & Hogan C. J. (2017) Determination of the Transfer Function of an Atmospheric Pressure Drift Tube Ion Mobility Spectrometer for Nanoparticle Measurements. Analyst. 142: 1800 – 1812. 10.1039/C7AN00328E
  • Li C. & Hogan C. J. (2017) Vapor Specific Extents of Uptake by Nanometer Scale Charged Particles. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 51: 653–664.10.1080/02786826.2017.1288285