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The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) is a world-class college with top-tier research in environmental science, space science, and engineering.  UNH's prestigious Land, Space and Sea Grant status proves beneficial to our ever growing dynamic research environment and our ability to attract external funding.

The faculty’s greatest pride, however, is their one-on-one relationships with their students. Undergrad and graduate students have the opportunity to work with faculty who have obtained niches of extraordinary high national and international research capabilities.

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  • Pulkit Dubey, IAM PhD Student
    Pulkit Dubey completed his bachelor's in mechanical engineering from BITS Pilani, India (2015) followed by master's from JNCASR, Bangalore, India (2019). During his masters, he worked on hydrodynamic instability of liquid jets where he studied the breakup of a liquid jet to form droplets. He also...
    Pulkit Dubey, IAM PhD Student
    Pulkit Dubey completed his bachelor's in mechanical engineering from BITS Pilani, India (2015) followed by master's from JNCASR, Bangalore, India (2019). During his masters, he worked on hydrodynamic instability of liquid jets where he studied the breakup of a liquid jet to form droplets. He also...
  • Lihy Buchbinder featured in Research Journal
    Lihy Buchbinder featured in Research Journal
  • Reza Hojjaty Saeedy, IAM PhD student
    Reza Hojjaty Saeedy is a Ph.D. candidate working with Professor Richard A. Messner. His research field is biological signal processing in general and biologically inspired computer vision in particular. His dissertation work focuses on computational models of human visual systems and their...
    Reza Hojjaty Saeedy, IAM PhD student
    Reza Hojjaty Saeedy is a Ph.D. candidate working with Professor Richard A. Messner. His research field is biological signal processing in general and biologically inspired computer vision in particular. His dissertation work focuses on computational models of human visual systems and their...
  • Grad student masters the art of data visualization
    In a darkened room filled with gigantic computer screens, Drew Stevens '17G types on the keyboard and watches the results: A blade of kelp that appears three-dimensional begins moving as if it’s underwater, the shape morphing and flowing back and forth. Stevens points out where small crustaceans...
    Grad student masters the art of data visualization
    In a darkened room filled with gigantic computer screens, Drew Stevens '17G types on the keyboard and watches the results: A blade of kelp that appears three-dimensional begins moving as if it’s underwater, the shape morphing and flowing back and forth. Stevens points out where small crustaceans...
  • DanaRose Brown is a one of a dozen students to be part of the inaugural class of the Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering. The New Jersey native and member of the UNH track & field team discusses why she chose ocean engineering and UNH.
    DanaRose Brown is a one of a dozen students to be part of the inaugural class of the Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering. The New Jersey native and member of the UNH track & field team discusses why she chose ocean engineering and UNH.

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