Dale P. Barkey

Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of New Hampshire
Kingsbury Hall
Durham, NH 03824
TEL(603) 862-1918
FAX(603) 862-3747



Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, 1987, University of California at Berkeley

M.S.  Chemical Engineering, 1982, University of Cincinnati

B.A.   Chemistry, 1979, Clark University


Professional Experience

University of New Hampshire

Professor of Chemical Engineering, August 2001-

Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, August 1993-July 2001

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, August 1987-July 1993




 Electroplating: Electrodeposition of metals is a process technology used to form functional, protective or decorative coatings or objects. Research in our laboratory focuses on deposition of copper and tin for applications in electronics and semiconductor manufacture.



Corrosion: Corrosion is the electrochemical degradation of metals in natural and industrial environments. Current activities include a study of corrosion of steel reinforcement near patch repairs in concrete structures, and a study of corrosion processes in copper electroplating baths.


Courses Taught

Undergraduate Laboratory, Advanced Heat Transfer, Corrosion, Introduction to Polymer Engineering, Introduction to Chemical Engineering, Mass Transfer