Eric King joined MATRIC after receiving his PhD in organic chemistry at the Ohio State University. His doctoral research involved the design and synthesis of novel organic molecules with interesting chiral, catalytic, and self-assembly properties. He also carried out post-doctoral research at OSU. He has experience with a wide variety of laboratory techniques such as handling air and moisture sensitive materials, organometallic reactions, and solid-phase synthesis. He is also proficient with many analytical techniques.
Simulation is defined in the dictionary as “imitation of a situation or the operation of a real-world process” or “the production of a computer model of something, especially for the purpose of study.”
Do you have a great idea for a new product or maybe you have a product that can be made by new raw materials, or by some new sleek, inexpensive process. How do you know if the idea will work? Will it really be less expensive than what everyone else is doing today? Will the product perform better or make less waste than other options? How can I convince investors that they should adopt my product and process?