Recipient of the UNH Alumni Association Endowed Alumni Scholars Legacy Fund Joshua A. Chabot!
Joshua A. Chabot ’13 is a recipient of the UNH Alumni Association Endowed Alumni Scholars Legacy Fund and the student speaker for the Great Works luncheon. A mechanical engineering major from Manchester, N.H., Chabot will share some of his experiences as a UNH student and talk about the role scholarship support has played in his successful college career. Professor May-Win Thein is his academic and research advisor. See this link here for more information!Posted: April 25, 2013
ME Senior project featured in The New Hampshire newspaper!
Check out the article here!
Posted: April 11, 2013
Article about one of our 2004 Alumni!
Erin Schroeder (nee Ludwig) – class of 2004. Read more about how her involvement in playing volleyball in school helped her to succeed in her career at NASA!Posted: March 06, 2013
FSAE Winter Banquet and Fundraiser event
Please mark your calendars for the FSAE Winter Banquet and Fundraiser event – see the details below.
Hope to see you there! UNH FSAE Winter Banquet Feb. 24th @ 5:00pm
Granite State Room, Memorial Union Building
Presentation by the FSAE Team members
Question and Answer session with review of progress
UNH students and facility - $20
Non-students and facility - $25
Tickets go on sale today at the MUB Ticket office. They can also be purchased on the night of the event at the door!
Senior Mechanical Engineering Student
University of New HampshireFormula SAE CaptainPosted: February 12, 2013
Congratulations Professor Korkolis!
Congratulations to Prof. Yannis Korkolis who was named one of the top reviewers of the year for the ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering. Please see this link for more information!
Posted: February 07, 2013
Congratulations to Erin Ludwig Schroeder – Class of 2004!
Congratulations to Erin Ludwig Schroeder – Class of 2004 – who has just been named the Program Manager for the GPS Small Satellite (NAVSAT) Program! Read more about this Program in the Washington Technology.Posted: January 25, 2013
Please welcome our new staff member Professor Marko Knezevic! He will be teaching ME 643!
Take a look at his faculty profile here!Posted: January 16, 2013
Article about Professor Kinsey's recent research in the Campus Journal!
Research Profile: Brad Kinsey, Testing the Mettle of Metals
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
By Sonia Scherr
Do you drive a car? Drink out of soda cans? Use a washing machine? Travel by plane?
If so, Brad Kinsey’s research could have an impact on your daily activities. He studies how to better predict failure in sheet metal, the thin metal skin used in products ranging from retro Coca-Cola Zero bottles to the ultra-modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Kinsey’s research has the potential to improve manufacturing processes
Click here to view the full article!Posted: October 24, 2012
Professor Thein featured in UNH's "In the Classroom"!
Watch the video of Professor Thein "In the Classroom" here!
Posted: September 18, 2012
Dr. Charles (Charlie) Taft, Professor Emeritus, has been elected to Fellow status in ASME
Congratulations to Dr. Charles (Charlie) Taft, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, who was recently elected to Fellow status in The American Society of Mechanical Engineers with the following citation: Prof. Taft made seminal contributions in non-linear controls, stepper motors and fluidics. He established a paradigm for collegial treatment of students in dynamic systems, fluid, electromechanical and discontinuous control and instrumentation courses he developed. His award-winning solutions of complex problems such as ground-breaking modelling of train air braking systems won him the ASME Rail Transportation Award (1980). His permanent magnet stepper motors modelling won him the IEEE IECI best paper award (1975). His fluid dynamics expertise is exemplified by fluidics patents, DARPA research on ship steering, and his skiing passion led to development of snow cover enhancement polyhedrons using prevailing winds. He authored 16 refereed papers, three books and 9 Patents.
Posted: September 18, 2012
Visit www.unh.edu/homecoming for more information!
We hope to see you there!!Posted: September 13, 2012
News article on UNH Today about Professor Foster's work with a middle school teacher from Oyster River!
Middle Schoolers Get Excited About Engineering—From 3,500 Miles Away
Local Teacher and UNH Professor Collaborate in the Netherlands
With its high-tech instruments, esoteric terms, and complex equations, engineering research conducted by UNH faculty is far removed from the basic learning that occurs in a middle-school classroom.
Or is it? This summer, students at Oyster River Middle School in Durham got a close-up look at real-world research when their intern, Berkley Sadana, accompanied a UNH professor on a trip to the Netherlands to study how waves cause beach erosion. During her 10 days at the Delta Flume—a wave simulator that’s longer than two football fields placed end-to-end—Sadana interacted with students via daily blog entries and several on-site Skype sessions.
Click here to read the whole article!Posted: August 15, 2012
Congratulations to the UNH Lunabotics Team!!
Congrats to the UNH Lunabots team!! Here are the competition results from this year’s Lunabotics Competition in Florida; they came in 13th out of 55 teams in the overall competition! They were also able to qualify for the mining category by being one of 17 teams to actually mine the simulant, and we believe that they came in 9th in the mining category. (They mined a total of 31.8kg.)Posted: July 18, 2012
Article featuring William Matern and Professor Greg Chini
UNH Magazine office to inform you that an article about William Matern '12 and Professor Greg Chini is in the Spring 2012 edition. Chini and Matern are in a piece about the connections between math and medical conditions in the Inquiring Minds section of the magazine. Click here to read the article!Posted: June 27, 2012
UNH LunaCats Mine the Moon
Read the UNH LunaCats Mine the Moon article here!Posted: June 27, 2012
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