Materials Performance

JUL 2018

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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NACE Student Poster Session Winners The NACE Research Committee sponsors a Student Poster Session at each CORROSION conference to encourage students to become active in NACE and present the results of their work to the membership. At CORROSION 2018, a total of 140 posters were displayed by under- graduates, masters, and doctoral students from around the world and featured high-quality research on a diverse array of topics. Ten winners in four categories were selected. Marcel Pourbaix Category for Corrosion Science First Place: Juan Dominguez Olivo, Ohio University Second Place: Angela Gerard, University of Virginia Third Place: Sara Filice, McMaster University Mars Fontana Category for Corrosion Engineering First Place: Claudia Prieto, Ohio University Second Place: Corey Efaw, Boise State University Third Place: Anup Panindre, The Ohio State University Harvey Herro Category for Applied Corrosion Technology First Place: Andrew Moran, University of Akron Second Place: Yenny Cubides Gonzalez, Texas A&M University Third Place: Jack Walton, Michigan State University Best Undergraduate Poster Connor Panick, U.S. Naval Academy Student Poster Session Winners (back row, left to right): Corey Efaw, Andrew Moran, Jack Walton, and Anup Panindre; (front row left to right): Claudia Prieto, Juan Dominguez Olivo, Angela Gerard, Sara Filice, and Yenny Cubides Gonzalez. Not pictured: Connor Panick. NACE thanks attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors for making this year's event a huge success. We look forward to seeing everyone next year at CORROSION 2019 (March 24-28, 2019) in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. 80 JULY 2018 W W W.MATERIALSPERFORMANCE.COM CORROSION 2018 RECAP

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