Category Archive: UNH CEPS

Jul 29


For the week of July 13th, elementary school students in the Durham area participated in the KEEPERS camp in Kingsbury Hall. The Kids Eager for Engineering Program with Elementary Research-based Science is a week long science camp that allows the children to develop an understanding of various engineering fields. The KEEPERS staff that includes University …

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Jul 21

UNH Tech Camp visits Project 54

This week UNH’s Tech Camp visited Project 54 to take a look at the simulator. The tech camp is a program based out of Kingsbury Hall, where kids from seventh through tenth grade are able to get a sense of STEM professions (These include Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The camp is designed to give students interested in …

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Jun 04

Alyssa Shooshan and Dean Hingson visit Project54

Alyssa Shooshan, Senator Gregg‘s chief of staff and Dean Hingson Senator Gregg’s new counsel, visited Project54 earlier this week. They toured our labs and the new Project54 garage (the location of our recent open house) and had a chance to see in person the results of Senator Gregg’s continued support for Project54. In the picture below …

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May 12

Project54 Open House

Last Thursday we held a Project54 Open House celebrating the ten year anniversary of this effort. The event was held at our new garage facility in Morse Hall, on the UNH Durham campus. We’ve just recently moved into this facility, which was renovated for our use with the generous support of UNH CEPS Dean Joe …

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Apr 28

Project54 Students Make the Headlines

After the 2009 Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH the university newspaper featured not less than three Project54 undergrad students on its front page in the headline article. Dave Garneau was part of the UNH Precision Racing Team, which won the first prize on the conference. Dave designed the traction control system for the racer. As …

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Apr 23

KLAS at the URC

Yesterday Mark Taipan and I presented KLAS, or Kingsbury Location Awareness System at the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering (ISE) Symposium for the 10th annual UNH Undergraduate Research Conference. We were able to share with the audience our project poster, our KLAS video, as well as have two PDAs on hand to provide user demos. Here …

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Apr 22

KLAS Project Video

Recently Mark Taipan and I completed the development of our Kingsbury Location Awareness System (KLAS) Video. Here you will see the development and operation of KLAS, and its principle functions, giving an example usage for both the Tour Guide and Navigation Applications. Hope you enjoy the video! Matthew Lape

Apr 07

Report from Paul Green's Lecture and Open House

On Thursday, April 2nd 2009, Paul Green visited our lab. At that time he gave a talk on Human Factors Engineering and spent the whole day at our lab talking to students and visitors of the Open House. Dr Green is a distinguished Professor at UMTRI and the president of the Human Factors and Ergonomics …

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Apr 04

CATLab Presents for UNH CEPS Open House

Last Saturday, March 28th, the University of New Hampshire had its annual College of Engineering and Physical Science (CEPS) Open House for incoming Freshmen. This event is designed to share the work and research that is being done at the university by the various faculty and staff with prospective students and their families. Through this …

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Feb 12

CEPS Roundtable on Research Proposals

On Tuesday UNH CEPS faculty gathered for a roundtable discussion on navigating the process of submitting research proposals to various federal agencies. The event was organized by Janet Campbell, Associate Dean for Research, and it featured eight panelists. Each panelist was charged with saying a few words about successful strategies for getting funding from a …

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