Jesús Pagán worked as a welding engineer for Newport News Shipbuilding, a robotic welding applications engineer for OTC Daihen-USA in Dayton, Ohio, and started his own company Zeus Robotics at the Innovation Center. He later joined the faculty and staff at Ohio University where he has worked for the Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment, the Center for Algal Engineering Research and Commercialization, and the Innovation Center as a field engineer for the NIST Hollings Manfacturing Extension Partnership (MEP). He is currently pursuing his doctorate in mechanical engineering.
Research Interests: robotics, energy, additive manufacturing, welding automation
All Degrees Earned: M.S., Welding Engineering, The Ohio State University, 1996; B.S., Welding Engineering, The Ohio State University, 1994
Journal Article, Academic Journal (2)
- Franz, B., Cronin, C., Pagan, J. (2021). What Strategies Are Hospitals Adopting to Address the Opioid Epidemic? Evidence From a National Sample of Nonprofit Hospitals.. 2. Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974); 136: 228-238.
- Gamaralalage, S., Pagan, J., Sormaz, D. (2018). Conversion of the SCARA Robot into a Hybrid Manufacturing Workstation. Procedia Manufacturing; 17: 62-69.
Journal Article, Professional Journal (1)
- You, Y., Pagan, J. (2018). An automated hydraulic position control system: structure and performance analysis. the International Journal of Engineering Research and Innovation (IJERI); http://ijeri.org/.