Associate ProfessorPhone Number: 402.826.8108
Department: Engineering and Physics
Primary Campus: Crete
Credentials: BS, MS, PHD
- Ph.D. in Engineering, Specialization: Biomedical Engineering, December 2016, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- M.S. in Mechanical and Materials Engineering, August 2013, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, May 2011, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Areas of Expertise
- Robotics and automation engineering
- System and controls engineering
- Transportation safety and roadside appurtenance design
- Mechanical and machine design, analysis, and modification
- Manufacturing, prototyping, and production systems
- Finite element analysis and dynamic system evaluation
About Dr. Stolle
Dr. Stolle joined the Department of Physics and Engineering in the fall of 2017. Since joining Doane, Dr. Stolle has been integrally involved in the growth and refinement of the engineering program. Dr. Stolle has built and maintained industry connections with many regional companies, helping to secure internships and full-time employment for students while gathering insight on modern practice and regional needs. Dr. Stolle has taught the following courses:
- Introduction to Engineering
- Introductory Physics I
- Fundamental of Engineering Design
- Engineering Dynamics
- Manufacturing and Prototyping
- Machine Design
- Measurements and Instrumentation
- Integrated Design
- Responsible Engineering Practice
- Biomedical Device Design
- Introduction to Electronics and Electrical Circuits
- Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers
- Introduction to Systems and Controls
- Advanced Systems and Controls
Stolle, C.J., Nelson, C.A., Burnfield, J.M., and Buster, T.W., “Improved Design of a Gait Rehabilitation Robot”, New Trends in Medical and Service Robots: Theory and Integrated Applications, 48, MESROB 2016, Husty, M., and Hofbaur, M., Eds., Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, 2018, pp. 31-44.
Nelson, C.A., Stolle, C.J., Burnfield, J.M., and Buster, T.W., “Modification of the ICARE System for Pediatric Therapy”, Journal of Medical Devices, 9(4), Published online August 6, 2015.
Villanueva, C.A., Nelson, C.A., and Stolle, C., “Intravesical Tunnel Length to Ureteral Diameter Ratio Insufficiently Explains Ureterovesical Junction Competence: A Parametric Simulation Study”, Journal of Pediatric Urology, 11(3), Published online March 13, 2015.
Reid, J.D., and Stolle, C.J., “Zone of Intrusion for F-Shape and Single-Slope Barriers”, ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, V 13: Transportation Systems, paper no. IMECE2013-62399, 2013, pp. 1-6.
Stolle, C.J., Lechtenberg, K.A., Faller, R.K., Rosenbaugh, S.K., Sicking, D.L., and Reid, J.D., Evaluation of the Midwest Guardrail System (MGS) with White Pine Wood Posts, Final Report to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Transportation Research Report No. TRP-03-241-11, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, March 28, 2011.