Keroles Riad

Keroles Riad
Research Interests

I develop new photocurable polymers for stereolithography 3D printing. Particularly, I try to address two challenges: the photostability of the material and its mechanical properties. To make photostable material, I use quantum dots as catalysts for the photocuring reaction. To make stronger material, I try to self-assemble graphene oxide using photocuring.

Biography
2016-present PhD Candidate, Individualized program (Engineering), Concordia University, Montreal, Canada 
2013-present M.Sc., Individualized program (Engineering), Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
2009-2013 B.Eng, Mechanical Engineering (Coop option), Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Awards
2016
  • Stanley G. French Graduate Fellowship 
2015
  • NSERC Aerocreate
  • INDI Travel Grant
  • MEERS Graduate Student Mobility Award 
2013
  • Concordia University Graduate Fellowship
  • NSERC USRA 
  • Quebec Engineering Competition- Scientific communication category (1st place)

2012

  • NSERC USRA 
2011
  • NSERC USRA 
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