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
Posted on April 29, 2021 | By Keroles RiadPublic Scholar Keroles Riad argues that open-access is critical to public engagement in research. Read more
Posted on March 16, 2021 | By Keroles RiadKero Riad explains how playing with fire (literally) inspires his research in 3D printing. Read more
Posted on September 29, 2020 | By Keroles RiadAs he nears the completion of his PhD, Public Scholar Kero Riad reflects on the value of student engagement and activism. Read more
Posted on August 18, 2020 | By Keroles RiadKeroles Riad considers risk assessment versus safety Read more
Posted on June 9, 2020 | By Keroles RiadNavigating 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?”