Xiameng Liu, graduate student, analyzing captured drop images to study drop breakup dynamics in coflowing systems in Dr. Gupta's laboratory.

 

Sachi Nagada is cutting polymer pieces for encapsulation in Dr. Gupta's Laboratory.

Tony Castagnaro, Justin Cullity and Katie Miller in Dr. Wu's Laboratory.  Tony, a CHE graduate student, is currently studying the detection and overexpression of laccases in Geobacillus Thermoglucosidasius.  Laccases are enzymes that have uses in the fields of bioremediation and biofuel production.

Undergraduates Anthony Coderre and Matthew Sullivan review data computations in Dr. Teng's Laboratory.

Emily Wong is charting data in Dr. Teng's Laboratory.

Dr. Carr in the laboratory.

Nicholas Osadchy, Joel Ford and Chloe Hintz developing new adsorbents for pollution abatement.

Justin Cullity investigates different strains of Geobacillus, a thermophilic species of bacteria, and how it metabolizes different sugars, and shares data with Katie Miller and Tony Castagnaro.

Wenxin Du and Emily Wong reviewing data in Dr. Teng's Laboratory.

Sachi Nagada is cutting polymer pieces for encapsulation in Dr. Gupta's Laboratory.

Graduate student Brian Zukas at the microscope in Dr. Gupta's Laboratory.

Michelle Liu (MS 2013) in Dr. Gupta's Laboratory.

Unit Ops Lab Demonstration with Dr. St. Jean.

Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE) 2013 with Dr. Vasudevan.

Undergraduate Research Conference ISE 2013 with Madelyn Ball, Nick Sullivan, Per Lindgren, Rebecca Cole, Travis Maser and Duncan Cromwell.

A poster display at the Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE) 2013 with Elizabeth Cardin.

Justin Cullity presents at the 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE).

Kelsey Price presents at the 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE).

Amanda Lade presents at the 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE).

Sachi Nagada presents at the 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISE).

Dr. Barkey's research laboratory.


Welcome to Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Chemical Engineering. At the BS level, all courses in the department are taught by full-time faculty, and many of our undergraduates are engaged in research and summer internships. Our undergraduate program offers a BS in Chemical Engineering,  a BS in Bioengineering, and a BS in Environmental Engineering - Industrial Processes. Several ChE faculty have received awards both at the university and national levels including awards for teaching excellence.

Departmental options provide students with an additional opportunity to focus on special areas of interest. Current options are:

Our graduate program offers the MEng, MS and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering. For graduate students, we offer research opportunities in biofuels, biomedical engineering, biochemical engineering, electrochemical engineering, advanced materials, energy, and environmental engineering. Many of our graduate students are fully supported by teaching or research assistantships.


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