Center for Composite Materials - University of Delaware
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Facts and Figures

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University of Delaware

  • Founded as a small private academy in 1743; now a land-grant, sea-grant, space-grant university; Carnegie Research University; state-assisted, privately controlled
  • Over 18,618 undergraduates; more than 4,285 graduate students
  • Strategically located within the northeast corridor of the U.S. along I-95
  • President – Dennis Assanis
  • Provost – Robin Morgan

UD College of Engineering

  • One of seven UD colleges
  • Research expenditures exceeding $50 million
  • Approximately 2,467 undergraduates and 894 graduate students
  • Eight departments, thirteen college-based research centers, eight university-based research centers
  • Facilities— six buildings with more than 280,000 square feet
  • Dean – Levi Thompson

UD Center for Composite Materials

  • Founded in 1974
  • Internationally recognized interdisciplinary center of ecvellence for composites education and research excellence
  • Mission-conduct basic and applied research, educate scientists and engineers, and develop and transition technology
  • Annual expenditures over $11.2 million
  • Over 165 Research/Staff/Students

–   57 affiliated visiting faculty
–   29 research professionals
–   25 graduate students
–   18 undergraduate research assistants
–   9 lab technicians
–   4 member administrative team

  • Host to 6 NSF/DoD Centers of Excellence since 1986
  • 55 members of the University-Industry Consortium
  • More than 3,500 small, medium, and large companies have benefited from affiliation with CCM
  • More than 2,000 alumni worldwide

302-831-8149 • info-ccm@udel.edu