Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department
Specialization: Life-Cycle Assessment, Techno-Economic Assessment, System Optimization
Jason Quinn is an assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Colorado State University. His education and research have always been centered on energy, with current work focused on system evaluation of electric transportation, spider silk, microalgae biofuels, and fission power systems. Research efforts are dedicated to the development of engineering system models validated through experimentation and leveraged for techno-economic feasibility, life cycle assessment, and resource demand of emerging technologies. Results from modeling work are used to focus research and development efforts to high impact areas. Jason completed a master’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in nuclear engineering and engineering physics, and a PhD at Colorado State University.