Center for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Innovation
The Center for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Innovation (CAMMI) is an entryway into the University of New Hampshire for companies to share their challenges and explore collaboration opportunities. The center's goal is to make CAMMI a trusted and efficient partner for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as well as large national and international corporations.
CENTER FOR CYBERSECURITY LEADERSHIP, EDUCATION, AND OUTREACH
The Center for Cybersecurity Leadership, Education, and Outreach (CCLEO) is a designated Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the U.S. National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. CCLEO offers educational programs in cybersecurity as well as external outreach and support to businesses and governments in New Hampshire and beyond.
John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center
The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center (The Olson Center) is focused on advanced manufacturing technologies and a cross-curricular approach to engineering and manufacturing concepts. The center is designed to help bridge the skills gap in the nation’s $1.7 trillion manufacturing industry, and serve as a home for academically derived technology incubators, with particular focus on high precision machining, light materials, flexible electronics and ‘Industry 4.0’.
UNH Center for Infrastructure Resilience to Climate
The UNH Center for Infrastructure Resilience to Climate (UCIRC) is dedicated to accelerating and advancing the development of new methods and approaches to planning, design, and operation and maintenance of climate and weather resilient transportation and building infrastructure systems. UCIRC is also working to develop and implement effective public policy solutions concerning these pressing issues.
Center for Ocean Renewable Energy (CORE)
The Center for Ocean Renewable Energy (CORE) provides multiple-scale research, technology development and evaluation, education, and outreach related to Ocean Renewable Energy systems.