Research Area: Engineering & Physical Sciences

Environmental Research Group (ERG)

Conducts applied environmental science and engineering research in partnership with industry, communities, federal agencies, and international organizations on ares of importance to NH and New England communities, the private sector, and the nation

Design and Manufacturing Laboratory (DML)

Integrates system modeling, interface design, and sensor applications to develop laboratory technologies for practical industry application and, ultimately, an "Intelligent Machining Workstation"

Center for Xenon Imaging

Investigates the properties and utility of hyperpolarized xenon, particularly as a contrast agent in magnetic resonance imaging

Center for Ocean Renewable Energy (CORE)

Provides multiple-scale research, technology development and evaluation, education, and outreach for issues related to ocean renewable energy systems

Center for Fluid Physics (CFP)

Collaborative, cross-disciplinary research employing analytical, modeling and experimental studies to develop a fundemental understanding of the processes underlying complex fluid dynamical problems

Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/NOAA Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC)

A NOAA-supported national center of expertise in the fields of coastal hydrography and advanced coastal ocean mapping  that fosters a new generation of hydrographers and ocean mapping scientists and develops and evaluates a wide range of state-of-the-art hydrographic and ocean mapping technologies and applications

Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS)

A multidisciplinary scientific research institute dedicated to understanding the integrated behavior of the Earth and its surrounding universe

Center for Alternative and Renewable Energy Research

(aka Center for Clean and Renewable Energy Research)

Provides organizational cohesion and enhances public recognition of the role of chemical engineering in the area of alternative/renewable energy research

Engineering & Physical Sciences

At UNH, research in engineering and the physical sciences explores phenomena from the almost imperceptible subatomic and ‘nano’ scales to the global scale and beyond. Studies of atoms and molecules deepen our understanding of them and point to new applications in product design and manufacturing. Learning about materials and processes involved in roads and bridges, robotics, turbulent flow in air and water, and how to contain, clean up, and prevent damage to rivers and oceans contributes to improved built and natural environments in New Hampshire and elsewhere.


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