NuMat Inc. has developed world class expertise in the design and implementation of custom, high-end material growth, experimentation, and characterization apparatus.
NuMat’s mission is to invent revolutionary technologies that benefit humanity;
Advance them from the laboratory to the market place;
Dedicate a portion of the profits to serve our neighbors.
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Dr. Eric Burgett is a world-renowned nuclear engineer specializing in applied nanotechnology and materials science. He is an expert on single crystal growth processes and the development of applications and products that take advantage of their many important characteristics. Dr. Burgett holds a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. From 2012 through 2016 he was the Director of the RISE Complex at Idaho State University, a 215,000-square foot research facility, leading a team of 92 researchers, students, and support staff, with an annual operating budget of over $5.5 million plus $32.5 million in direct research funding.
Ed Petro has over 30 years of experience across a variety of operations and industries, including industrial electronics, aerospace and defense, consumer goods, capital equipment, pharmaceuticals, electronic communications, industrial distribution, health care, agriculture, food products, and government services. Ed has worked with diverse enterprises from Fortune 1000 companies to organizations transitioning from pure research to commercial production. He maintains professional certifications from APICS as a Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and in Production & Inventory Management (CPIM)
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NuMat, Inc. is proud to announce that it has reached an agreement with Idaho State University to conduct joint research and development centered at the Research and Innovation in Science and Engineering (RISE) Complex in Pocatello, Idaho with the goal of commercializing advanced technologies. On June 1, Idaho State University and NuMat, Inc. signed a Technology Development and Licensing Agreement to work together to conduct research and development in a variety of technical areas at the RISE Complex, including: advanced manufacturing, medical isotope production, and materials science.
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