Chinweike Eseonu
406 Rogers Hall
Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Assistant Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Human Systems Engineering
Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Research Interests:

Dr. Eseonu’s research fuses his background in mechanical and industrial engineering and engineering management with his passion for sustained development in low resource environments. As a result, his research focuses on outreach and engagement around community driven technology innovation and investment ( He also applies engineering principles, such as lean process improvement, to reduce healthcare provider burnout and improve patient experience in healthcare, to streamline production processes in manufacturing environments, and improve new product design and development team performance.
The impacts of Dr. Eseonu’s community driven research include a locally owned food processing company in Monroe, Oregon, an open source engineering design toolkit based on household items, and a Vice Provost award for Outreach and Engagement.