UNH wins NSF MRI Grant for state of the art SEM
UNH recently won a 2014 MRI award for a new state-of-the-art Tescan Lyra FIB-SEM Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Materials Science Program takes great benefit from this and had several contributors to the MRI grant (Profs. Gross (PI), Kinsey, Tsavalas, Pohl, Miller and Krzanowski). Please see the University Instrumentation Center webpage for more detail.
The Materials Science Program
The Materials Science Program at the University of New Hampshire offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees to qualified students interested in interdisciplinary programs that emphasize the synthesis, characterization and utilization of nanoscale materials. Students learn about the interplay of structure, processing, characterization, and properties of materials with useful applications. Our fourteen faculty members are active collaborators with research and development groups located around the world, and are experienced in managing research projects with practical results. Our graduates work in research, engineering and process development positions in a variety of fields. We welcome inquiries from prospective students and collaborators interested in the Materials Science Program and its resources.
News and Announcements
- Prof. John Tsavalas is hosting an international conference here on the UNH campus (IPCG Polymer Colloids Conference) in June 2015
- A new research center has just been created here at UNH in Jan 2015, "CAMMI: Center for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Innovations", directed by Profs. Brad Kinsey and John Tsavalas
- Prof. Leila Deravi joined the MSP faculty in July 2104
- Amit Tripathi, advised by Professors Donald Sundberg and John Tsavalas, successfully defended his PhD thesis in November 2014
- Prof. David Lashmore joined the MSP faculty in March 2013
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