Spotlight

Peipei Huang was born in Shandong Province China and completed her undergraduate studies in Chemistry at University of Jinan in 2011. She obtained her PhD in Physical Chemistry from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2016, under the supervision of Dr. Weiguo Song. In March 2017...
During this past summer I lived in Sendai, Japan, where I conducted space robotics research on the Google Lunar X-Prize team Hakuto rover alongside an international team while also exploring nearby areas and attending festivals and holiday events where I was able to learn about Japanese culture and...
Professor Yannis Korkolis co-edited a special issue in the ASME journal  Prof. Korkolis edited a Special Issue of the ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering (JMSE) on “Forming and Joining of Lightweight and Multi-Material Systems”, along with Prof. Jingjing Li (Univ. Hawaii – Manoa...
When UNH media services passed along an inquiry from the British production company TwoFour Broadcast regarding the USS Albacore, current and former members of the ME Department went the extra mile to help out. TwoFour was going to be filming at the USS Albacore in Portsmouth, and wanted somebody...
I was BSME class of ’89 and MSME class of ’94. These days I’m a self employed engineering consultant, doing a lot of accident analysis work these days. I’m also a part-time officer for the Town of Middleton. I recently received the Congressional Law Enforcement Award for Dedication and...
June 2016 Newsletter
I was a bit reserved in writing for the Mechanical Engineering newsletter since I have been outside of the applied profession for most of my career and I did not want to distract from a profession I hold in high regard.    After conversing with Professor Kinsey and Tracey from his office, I agreed...
Class of 2017
UNH has given my opportunities to pursue my goals through the programs they offer, student organizations, and most of all the people. The Professor's desire to help you achieve success, they are flexible and available to answer any question, and they are experts in their fields which has allowed me...
Opportunities Abound
Environmental Engineeering major Sarah Jakositz '18 highlights the boundless opportunities at UNH to get involved in the community and across the globe.
Kate Haslett '18 was named to the ASCE's  2017 New Faces of Civil Engineering, which highlights the next generation of leaders in the profession.
Two College of Engineering and Physical Sciences students were recently selected as finalists for the Stay Work Play NH College Student of the Year Award. Katerina Messologitis, a graduate student in environmental engineering, and Matthew Mayer, a rising senior majoring in computer science, make up...
Today 1.1 billion people lack access to electricity.  But, the industrial grid - the old-fashioned solution for electrification - may no longer be the modern solution for developing communities across the world.  Specifically, in Ghana, the rippling effect of climate change plus the growing...
It was a great year for CEE in this 3rd Annual UNH SVIC competition.  Out of the Six winning teams and the two teams with honorable mention our Department was a real winner:   7 undergraduates, two graduate students and two alumni on those eight teams.