Crystal engineering is the design and synthesis of solid state structures with tailored material properties. The Rimer Group uses rational design schemes to selectively tune the growth and self-assembly of natural and synthetic crystals, and characterize their growth by colloidal and interfacial techniques.

Rimer

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University of Houston

Chemical Engineering

4800 Calhoun Rd.

S222 Engineering Bldg. 1

Houston, TX 77204-4004

 

Office:

S227 Engineering Bldg. 1

 

Laboratories:

S162, S182, S183 Engineering Bldg. 1

 

Email:

jrimer@central.uh.edu

 

Phone:

(713)743-4131

 

Fax:

(713)743-4323

 

UNIVERSITY of HOUSTON

4800 Calhoun Road, Houston, Texas 77004

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Marlo has a project accepted by theTeachEngineering digital library

Alex, communication accepted in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

Di Wang defends his masters thesis

Dr. Rimer receives a travel grant from ORAU

Dr. Rimer receives a seed grant from the Department of Defense

ORNL awards Dr. Rimer beamtime at SNS

Awarded a 2011 InvenTeam Grant

A team of high school students was awarded a grant to create TOX AWAY, which is a paint designed to absorb various forms of airborne pollutants. KIPP is one of 16 teams nationwide to be selected as an InvenTeam this year. They will be working with Drs. Rimer and Harold through the Texas Diesel Testing and Research Center to test their new paint. Dr. Rimer was selected as a mentor for the team and will be travelling with them to the competition in Boston.