50 Years of Trusted Solutions

Riverside Research began as the Electronics Research Laboratories of Columbia University; however, due to university policies and limited faculty participation in research programs, the laboratories were unlikely to grow. Lawrence H. O’Neill, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia and future first president of Riverside Research, proposed a separation from Columbia University in 1967. Since that time, Riverside Research has played a key role in the advancement of radar programs, pioneered breakthroughs in the fields of coherent optics and laser systems, and conducted seminal research in cancer detection and treatment. Today, Riverside Research has over 500 employees with its headquarters still in New York City and research offices in Dayton, OH, Washington, DC, and Boston, MA, along with smaller operating locations in cities across the country.