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October Calendar 2018

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OCTOBER 2018 MATERIALSPERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 10 47 Nick Birbilis, FNACE, is the deputy dean, College of Engi- neering and Computer Science, Australian National Univer- sity, Acton, ACT, Australia. He specializes in the design and development of corrosion-resistant metals and alloys. A NACE member since 2001, he is a Fellow of NACE and the Electrochemical Society, a member of the CORROSION Editorial Board, and the recipient of the 2012 H.H. Uhlig Award in recognition of outstanding effectiveness in post- secondary corrosion education. Richard B. Eckert is a senior principal engineer, corrosion management, at DNV GL, Dublin, Ohio, USA, email rick. eckert@dnvgl.com. He has been performing pipeline corro- sion/failure investigations and forensic corrosion engineering for over 35 years. An expert on MIC, he is a NACE Internal Corrosion Specialist. He is past chair of the Publications Activ- ities Committee and Education Activities Committee and chair of NACE Task Group 254, "Detection, Testing, and Evaluation of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) on Internal Surfaces of Pipelines." He received the NACE 2004 Presi- dential Achievement Award, 2014 NACE Distniguished Ser- vice Award, and 2017 AUCSC Colonel George C. Cox Award. Fred Goodwin is head of BASF Construction Chemicals Global Corrosion Competency Center, Beachwood, Ohio, USA. He is a chemist with more than 30 years of experience in construc- tion chemicals. He is a member of NACE, ICRI, ACI, ASTM, SDC, and SSPC. He is a Fellow of ASTM, ACI, and ICRI; honor- ary member of ASTM C01 and C09; chair of NACE TG 050; member of the ICRI Technical Activities Committee (TAC), ACI 090 TAC Repair & Rehabilitation Committee, and SSPC 8.3 Commercial Floor Coatings; received the ASTM Award of Merit (2016), the JCPL Editors Award (2006, 2010, and 2012), ACI 2011 Delmar Bloem Distinguished Service Award, Strategic Development Council, and received the 2015 Jean-Claude Roumain Innovation in Concrete Award. He is a NACE certified Corrosion Technologist and was named a Top 25 Innovative Thinker by Technology Publishing (2012). Jack Tinnea is the technical editor of Materials Per for- mance, email jackt@tinnea.net. A NACE member for 39 years, he recently retired from his business, Tinnea & Associ- ates, based in Seattle, Washington, USA. He specializes in corrosion protection of the infrastructure, particularly rein- forced concrete. He is past chair of the NACE Publications Activities Committee and received the 2017 NACE T.J. Hull Award in honor of his contributions to publications. John R. Scully, FNACE, is the Charles Henderson Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering (head of the department) and the co-director of the Center for Electro- chemical Science and Engineering in the School of Engineer- ing and Applied Science at the University of Virginia, USA. He has been devoted to research, engineering, and education over the past 38 years. He has been the CORROSION techni- cal editor since 2012. He is a fellow of NACE, the Electro- chemical Society, and the American Society for Metals. He received the A.B. Campbell, W.R. Whitney, H.H. Uhlig, and T.J. Hull Awards from NACE, and many others from various technical societies and organizations. Neil G. Thompson, Ph.D., FNACE, is senior vice president and head of Pipeline Services at DNV GL USA, Inc., Dublin, Ohio, USA. He is a past president of NACE and the NACE Founda- tion and is a NACE Fellow. He served on the Defense Science Board Task Group for Corrosion and Corrosion Control, partici- pated in workshops to review strategic initiatives for corro- sion and safety of pipelines and highway bridge structures, and participated on a National Academies panel for corrosion education. He was honored as a 2005 inductee into the Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame. MEE T THE PANELIST S

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