For up to date information on our offshore wind program, visit composites.umaine.edu/offshorewind.
The University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center is a world-leading, interdisciplinary center for research, education, and economic development encompassing material sciences, manufacturing, and engineering of composites and structures.
Since 1996, we have:
– Financially supported more than 2,000 positions for undergraduate and graduate students
– Served more than 500 industrial and governmental clients including 150 Maine companies
– Formed 14 spinoff companies through licensing agreements of patents or trade secrets
– Received more than 40 national and international awards
Interested in joining our team?
All applications for positions with UMaine Composites Center are handled through the University of Maine’s Hire Touch website.
An ISO 17025 accredited testing laboratory, accredited by the International Accreditation Service
Our Research Featured in PPH Editorial, “Our View: Don’t Lose Hope for Maine’s Wood Products Industry”
Watch a live recording of 11/2 Norway Spruce press conference
Norway spruce tested at UMaine approved for construction-grade lumber
UMaine DeepCLiDAR Successfully Completes Pre-deployment Validation Based on Carbon Trust Criteria, Now Available for Commercial Lease or Purchase
Marine Sciences Students Test Seaworthiness of Unmanned Sailboat in Alfond W2 Ocean Engineering Lab
Dagher cited in Press Herald article, a bright future for Maine’s lumber industry
UMaine Offshore Wind Program Featured in New York Times
Seminar: “Advances That Support A New Paradigm for the Design of Concrete Structures” with Professor Dan Kuchma of Tufts University