BS, MS, Ph.D., Clemson University
Dr. Dunno joined the RIT Packaging Science Department in the Fall of 2018. Prior to joining RIT, he worked as the Technical Director for Atlantic Packaging overseeing their testing and evaluation program for unit load stability. He was also employed as a Senior Applications Expert with Sealed Air Corporation working in both the Product and Food Care R&D Divisions. He has over a decade of industry experience in package and unit load testing fields, with extensive academic research and industry projects focused on the characterization of the transport environment.
In the News
March 12, 2021
RIT acquires advanced packaging equipment from SPS - The Whole Package and Lantech
RIT’s packaging science program recently received an equipment donation for its Packaging Dynamics Laboratory that will increase its academic and professional training options in safe-guarding shipped products.
April 23, 2019
Packaging solutions improve product shelf life and sustainability
Images of plastic bags and bottles clogging beaches and oceans have some calling for a ban on all such products. But packaging experts say it’s not that easy to eliminate a highly effective material. Instead, researchers at RIT are looking to strike a balance: Find a way to produce plastics that retain their best qualities and yet are more environmentally friendly.