Corey Sullivan

University of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire

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University of New Hampshire


I am an Ocean Engineer working in the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering at the University of New Hampshire. I received my Bachelor's Degree in mechanical engineering in 2014 from UNH after which I entered the Master's program in Ocean Engineering. My thesis work was the design, construction, deployment and monitoring of an all season IMTA raft that is used to grow steelhead trout, blue mussels and sugar kelp. The raft is still in use through UNH and can be seen in action off of the coast of New Castle, NH in the mouth of the Piscataqua River. I have continued working with UNH designing and modeling Aquaculture systems for offshore use.


University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire, United States
Master's of Science, 2016
Ocean Engineering
2014 To 2016
Dissertation: The Development of an All Season, Integrated, Multi-Trophic Aquaculture System
Advisor: Dr. Rob Swift, Dr. Michael Chambers

University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire, United States
Bachelor's of Science, 2014
Mechanical Engineering
2010 To 2014
Dissertation: The Design and Testing of a Wave Energy Conversion Buoy
Advisor: Dr. Rob Swift

Job History

University of New Hampshire
Research Engineering Assistant
Durham, NH, United States
February 2017 - present