Richard M. Goodman
Chevy Chase, MD 20813
A senior-level research and development professional recognized as an expert in the applications of surface chemical concepts. An expert witness and technical consultant who has developed global technology standards for the graphic arts, training programs for major chemical and raw material material suppliers and litigation support to major intellectual property and legal firms. An experienced project manager who has successfully lead new product development programs to commercialization. Author of the chapter on "Dispersants" in The Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology.
Scope of Recent Activities:
Facilitating the relationship between a specialty chemical supplier and a new chemical base that increased its revenues by 30% over two years. Securing commitments from three Fortune 50 companies to participate in Korean government-sponsored partnership meetings. Providing technical evaluations to an Intellectual Property Management Services company in support of a major IP acquisition project for their client, a global top five consumer products company. Expert witness and technical consultant on a patent infringement litigation case. Provided plan for major Finnish paper company to deal with disruptive technology trends. Ten years experience as an expert delegate to the ISO Graphic Technology Working Groups. Serving on official
panels for NSF on a proposal for novel biodiesel technology and for ACS on Breem Fellowships on green chemistry. Advising incubator companies on science and sustainability issues.
Publications & Patents:
15 US patents in water treatment, desalination, mineral processing, and graphic arts.
More than 50 presentations and publications, including more than ten refereed articles in fields of surface science, industrial water treatment, mineral processing, alternative fuels, energy technologies, printing and graphic arts.
President RMGC LLC Consulting firm 2003-present Adjunct Professor Of Chemistry, Pace University, Pleasantville, NY 2003-2012 Project Director and Manager, Plate Research, 2000-2003 and Director, New Product Development, Kodak Polychrome Graphics, 1998-2000;
Director, Analytical and Surface Sciences, Polychrome Corporation, 1990-1998;
President, Richard M. Goodman Associates, 1987-1990;
Director of Research, Carbogel, Inc., 1984-1987;
Group Leader, Coal Processing Chemicals and Group Leader Mineral Processing Chemicals, 1979-1984 and Senior Research Chemist, 1973-1979, American Cyanamid Company;
Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1971-1973;
Captain, US Army, 1969-1971 (Vietnam Vet).
Former Chair, New York section and current alternate councilor Chemical Society of Washington, American Chemical Society
Former President, Technical Association of the Graphic Arts
Member, Licensing Executive Society