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About Kevin Hallinan

Kevin Hallinan is a professor and the former chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Dayton. In 2008, he established a master’s program in renewable in clean energy, which now has 50 students from 20 countries. His diverse research interests have included satellite thermal management, which led to the conduct of an experiment aboard Space Shuttle Columbia in 1996, and building energy informatics. In 2006, he established the University of Dayton Building Energy Center, which sends up to 20 students per year into commercial and residential buildings to conduct energy audits. His research led to the development of low-cost commercial building energy audits and a web-based energy reduction game called Dropoly.

Positions

1988 Present Professor, University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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19992011 Chair, University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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Courses

  • EGR 303 – Thermodynamics
  • MEE 410 – Heat Transfer
  • RCL 568 – Energy Systems Engineering
  • RCL 570 – Building Energy Informatics
  • RCL 563 – Wind Energy Engineering
  • MEE 460 – Engineering Analysis

Education

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1988 PhD, Johns Hopkins University ‐ Mechanical Engineering
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1985 MS, Purdue University ‐ Mechanical Engineering
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1982 BS, The University of Akron ‐ Mechanical Engineering
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Contact Information

3rd Floor, Kettering Laboratories
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469

Office Phone: 937-229-2875


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