I make new materials for 3D printing to make them stable under sunlight and generally stronger. I also lead the Waste Not, Want Not compost collaboration at Concordia.
Keroles Riad is a doctoral candidate in the Individualized program (INDI). Keroles holds a BEng in Mechanical engineering and an MSc through the INDI program. Keroles is a recipient of the Quebec Lieutenant Governor Youth Medal, and is the driving force behind Concordia’s successful Waste Not, Want Not student-led composting program.
Keroles Riad: Developing graphene, a real-world Vibranium
Keroles Riad's blog posts
Public Scholar Keroles Riad argues that open-access is critical to public engagement in research. Read more
Kero Riad explains how playing with fire (literally) inspires his research in 3D printing. Read more
As he nears the completion of his PhD, Public Scholar Kero Riad reflects on the value of student engagement and activism. Read more
Keroles Riad considers risk assessment versus safety Read more
Navigating the new realities of PhD research during the pandemic. Read more
- Blog: International Materials Research Society: (Liability) Safety first
- Feature: Quantum Dots May Hold Key to Superior 3D Printing Materials
- Video: Map the System global challenge - Concordia Waste Not, Want Not entry
- 4th SPACE interview: Waste Not, Want Not: Interview with Keroles Riad, Alanna Silver, and Monica Thom
- Opinion: COVID, the climate crisis and how we adapt
- Materials Connect MRS Bulletin blog: I never knew what I was doing.
- Materials Connect MRS Bulletin blog: What makes a good material scientist?
- The Conversation: Scientists: Here’s how to fight back against anti-maskers, climate deniers and anti-vaxxers
- 570 News Kitchener (interview): Scientists: Here’s how to fight back against anti-maskers, climate deniers and anti-vaxxers
- March 24 - 4th space: Hosted “How is nanotechnology affecting your wine, gut and climate?”