Faculty

Richard E. Riman

Professor
Office Phone: (732) 445-4946
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Research Area/Interests
Professor Riman is focused on developing engineering principles for materials synthesis and processing of ceramics. His main interests are in low temperature processes to make materials that can match or improve upon those that require high temperature processing. His main areas of processing expertise are, dispersion and particulate mixedness, and solution crystallization of ceramics . His functional materials expertise extends primarily to electroceramics, optics, and biomaterials.
 
Citations/Papers
  • Ballato, et al. “Structure Determination in Colloidal Crystal Photonic Bandgap Structures” “J. Am Ceram Soc., 85 [6] 1366 – 1368. (2002).
  • Riman, et al “Solution synthesis of hydroxyapatite designer particulates”, Solid State Ionics 151 393-402 (2002)
  • Riman, Suchanek and Lencka “Hydrothermal Crystallization of Ceramics”, Annales de Chimie 27 (6) 15-36, (2002).
  • K. Soga, W. Wang, R.E. Riman, J. B. Brown and K.R. Mikeska, "Luminescent Properties of Nanostructured Dy3+ -and TM3+ -doped Lanthanum Chloride Prepared by Reactive Atmosphere Processing of Sol-Gel Derived Lanthanum Hydroxide", Journal of Applied Physics, 93, [5] 2946-2951 (2003)
  • S-B Cho, J-S Noh, D-Y Lim, S-H Hong, R.E. Riman, “Low-temperature solution route to BaTiO3 thin films on titanium metal substrate”, Materials Letters 57, 4302-4308, (2003).
  • M. Oledzka, M. Lencka, P. Pinceloup, K. Mikulka-Bolen, L.E. McCandlish, and R.E.Riman, “Influence of Prescursor on Microstructure and Phase Composition of Epitaxial Hydrothermal PbZr0.7TiO0.3O3 Films”, Chem. Mater. 15, 1090-1098 (2003).
  • G.A. Kumar, Richard Riman, E. Snitzer, “Solution synthesis and spectroscopic characterization of high Er3+ content LaF3 for broadband 1.5 ?m amplification”, Journal of Applied Physics, 95 [1], 40-47 (2004).
  • T. Hao and R.E. Riman, “Methodology for Determination of the Maximum packing fraction for particle-filled polymer suspensions”, invited, Particulate Science and Technology, 21 [4] 2003
  • S-B Cho, J-S Noh; M.M. Lencka, R.E. Riman, “Low temperature hydrothermal synthesis and formation mechanisms of lead titanate (PbTiO3) particles using tetramethylammonium hydroxide: Thermodynamic modeling and experimental verification.” J Eur Ceram Soc, 23, 2323-2335 (2003).
  • W. Suchanek, K. Byrappa, P. Shuk, R. E. Riman, V.F. Janas and K.S. TenHuisen, “Mechanochemical-hydrothermal synthesis of calcium phosphate powders with coupled magnesium and carbonate substitution” Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 177, [3], 793-799 (2004).