Richard E. Riman
Richard Riman is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research is focused on the discovery and development of green manufacturing methods for the production of ceramics in order to provide sustainable solutions to significant technological and environmental problems. His use of hydrothermal technology spans photonic, biomedical, electronic and structural fields. Professor Riman also has entrepreneurial interests, most recently founding Solidia Technologies, a company providing green construction materials for buildings and infrastructure. He holds a B.S. degree in Ceramic Engineering from Rutgers and a Ph.D. from MIT in Materials Science and Engineering. He is the recipient of many research awards including those from NIH, NSF, ALCOA, DuPont, Johnson & Johnson and the American Ceramic Society.