University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota: Department of Mechanical Engineering


Chris Hogan
Professor and Director
of Graduate Studies

Office: ME 109
Phone: 612-626-8312

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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



  • 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

1. 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

2. 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

3. 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

4. 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

5. 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

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