|University of Alicante, PhD|
Javier invented Riveâ€™s core technology while a post doctoral student at MIT. He plays a leadership role in technology development and intellectual property strategy.
Javier is currently a Faculty member at the University of Alicante, Spain. He has been recognized as a leader in nanotechnology and materials science. He has published more than thirty articles, three book chapters and two books on nanotechnology and energy and has worked in the worldâ€™s leading material science laboratories, including MIT, Caltech and UC-Berkeley.
In 2007, Javier received the TR 35 Award from MITâ€™s Technology Review magazine. In 2005, Javier was awarded the Europa Medal, awarded annually to the outstanding European chemist under the age of 35. He also received the Silver Medal of the European Young Chemist Award in 2006.
Javier received his BS in chemistry and went on to earn an MS in chemistry from the University of Alicante. He also has a PhD in chemistry from the University of Alicante.