Newly Renovated Parsons Hall
Newly renovated Parsons Hall, home of the Materials Science Program
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
- Dr. Bo Jiang, advised by Professors Donald Sundberg and John Tsavalas, successfully defended his PhD thesis in August, 2012 and is now working at Itaconix Corporation in Stratham, NH.
- Shunfu Hu, advised by Professor Glen Miller, successfully defended his research proposal in August, 2012 and has now advanced to candidacy.
- Yi Xu (Joyce), advised by Professor Glen Miller, successfully defended her research proposal in October, 2012 and now has advanced to candidacy.
- Yushu Li, advised by Professor Glen Miller, successfully defended her literature review on conjugated polymers for photovoltaic devices in November, 2012.
- Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Chandrani Pramanik, advised by Professor Glen Miller, recently led a research effort to develop the first water soluble pentacene and a manuscript has just been accepted for publication.
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