Dr. Roger Lindgren
Dr. Roger Lindgren - Professor of Civil Engineering
Dr. Lindgren is a native of Edmonton, Canada and has over twenty years of engineering and teaching experience. His research interests include traffic flow theory, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), microscopic simulation of urban and rural traffic, as well as pavement design and construction. Dr. Lindgren's doctoral research included empirical studies of freeway traffic data in an effort to extend the knowledge and understanding of traffic features in queued and congested flow.
Dr. Lindgren joined the faculty at Oregon Tech. in 1999 and teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in transportation engineering as well as lower-division courses in engineering fundamentals.
- CIV201/202 Sustainable Civil Engineering
- CIV 317 Economics for Civil Engineers
- CIV 371 Introduction to Transportation Engineering
- CIV 375 Highway Engineering
- CIV 475 Traffic Engineering
- CIV 573 Transportation and Land Development
- CIV 574 Advanced Pavement Engineering
In addition to his faculty position in the Civil Engineering Department at Oregon Tech., Dr. Lindgren is an Associate Director of the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC), a member of the executive committee of the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) and is a research associate with Portland State University's Center for Transportation Studies.