College of Engineering and Physical Sciences

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Maria Virga working with machinery at GreenSource Fabrication

Welcome to the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS)

 


The University of New Hampshire College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) empowers creative thinkers, innovative problem solvers and leaders to make a difference. With world-class programs and faculty mentors, students actively engage in rigorous academics and hands on learning and research opportunities to have an impact in their profession, their community and the world.

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  • Innovation Scholars
    Innovation Scholars

    Innovation Scholars gives first-year students hands-on research experience from day one. Watch More.

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    Meet Our Wildcats

    Get to know our students here at the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and learn about their hands-on research in our world-class facilities. 

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    Take a Tour

    Visit our state-of-the-art facilities and meet current UNH students on a CEPS Facility Tour or tour the UNH campus virtually

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Career Ready

The college's Career and Professional Services office is dedicated to helpng students secure meaningful internship opportunities that launch their careers, such as the recently established internship/scholarship program with Eversource. Matt Hamilton, an electrical engineering student, recieved a paid summer internship and annual scholarships of $2,500 as a participant.

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Hands-on Day One

The Innovation Scholars program is a research driven introduction to UNH for first-year students under the direction of a faculty member. Students will develop skills that open doors of opportunity at UNH and connect them to the scholarly activity with UNH Innovation and UNH Career and Professional Success. There are multiple research areas to choose from.

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Faculty Excellence

Faculty and researchers in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences continue to contribute to UNH's strong research portfolio, which has risen to the top echelon of research universities as designated by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. UNH is now among the 130 doctoral-granting universities in the “very high research activity,” or R1, category.

  • Kayla Tozier
    Master's Student Uses Ancient Marine Sediment Records to Unravel Past Ocean Conditions
    Kayla Tozier is a master's student studying oceanography with a focus in paleoceanography. She received a bachelor's in science here at UNH in earth sciences with a focus in chemical oceanography, and her hometown is in York, Maine.  1. Why did you choose UNH for your graduate program?  As my undergraduate experience at UNH was ending, I felt as though I…
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    Electrical Engineering Student Makes an ECG from Start to Finish
    Michaela Harrington, a electrical engineering major, created a working ECG to record electrical signals in the heart as part of an electrical engineering lab assignment.
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  • Mechanical engineering student Nick Olibrice at internship at NASA
    UNH SEDS prepared this student for NASA
    Nick Olibrice is a senior mechanical engineering student whose experience with UNH's Students for the Exploration and Development of Space helped him land a fellowship at the Johnson Space Center this past summer. 
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  • Bryan Mckenney
    Computer Science Master's Student Creates AI For an Online Card Game
    Bryan McKenney is a computer science accelerated master's student. He recieved his undergraduate degree in computer science here at UNH, and his hometown is in Newmarket, NH.  1. Why did you choose UNH for a computer science graduate program? I chose to stay at UNH for my M.S. degree in computer science because I was in the accelerated master's program, so…
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  • CJ Wilson
    Turning Sunlight and CO2 into Clean Fuel
    CJ Wilson is a Ph.D. student studying chemistry here at the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. His research includes combatting climate change with hybrid photocatalytic systems and electrocatalytic systems that turn elements such as sunlight or CO2 into clean fuel. 
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Two CEPS Professors Honored With NSF CAREER Awards

Two CEPS Professors Honored With NSF CAREER Awards

Nate Oldenhuis, Nathan Laxague recognized

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