GRC Aqueous Corrosion - July 13-18 - Colby Sawyer NH

Posted on 8 July 2014

The main objectives of corrosion science and engineering are to reduce the risk to society from corrosion, improve the sustainability of engineered systems, and assist in the conservation of our cultural heritage. The need to understand and reduce corrosion is more urgent than ever due to aging of systems important to maintaining the modern society and the rapid expansion of industrial infrastructure in the developing countries.

The 2014 Aqueous Corrosion GRC will contain talks from leading researchers on multi-scale modeling techniques to predict corrosion, in-situ analytical techniques to understand fundamental corrosion processes, mechanisms of localized corrosion and environmentally assisted cracking, and microbiological processes at the electrochemical interface.