Chad Stillinger

Photo of Chad Stillinger, PhD Chad Stillinger, PhD
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering


Chad Stillinger joined the College of Engineering in 2014 as an assistant professor of electrical engineering. During the previous three years he worked as an assistant professor of electrical engineering and renewable energy at the Oregon Institute of Technology in Wilsonville. Since 2012, he served as project manager for the school’s Hydrokinetic Turbine Project, which specializes in installing hydrokinetic systems that provide energy to struggling rural communities in Tanzania, Africa. From 2007 to 2012, Stillinger was a research assistant in Oregon State University’s large-scale Ocean Wave Energy Converters Department. Before graduate school, he was a control systems engineer at Concept Systems Inc (2003-07).

Stillinger holds a PhD in electrical and computer engineering from Oregon State (2011) and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from George Fox (2004). 

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