Center for Infrastructure Renewal
Fundamentals, Experiments, and Applications of Corrosion Course
With Assistance from Gamry
When: June 20th - June 24th
Where: Center for Infrastructure Renewal - 1041 Rellis Pkwy - Bryan, TX 77807
Located in the Texas A&M University System - RELLIS Campus
Corrosion’s annual estimated impact on our economy is over $1 trillion! The Fundamentals, Experiments, and Applications of Corrosion course is aimed at educating and training the work force the nation needs to address this by developing approaches for the methods and technologies in characterizing existing and new materials performance in extreme and harsh environments to meet technological and scientific challenges in applications critical for our society. This course responds to industry demand and national need for strategic sectors, such as infrastructure renewal, energy (extraction, conversion and transportation), government, utilities (in particular water), transportation, production, and manufacturing by providing an interdisciplinary education and training framework that employs fundamental and applied science, and engineering practical tools to the development of prevention and control of materials degradation and improvement of reliability.
Who should attend?
The course is targeted both for people entering the corrosion field and professionals looking for a refresher.
The course will be held in person at the Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) and consist of lectures and hands-on laboratory exercises in the National Corrosion and Materials Reliability Lab.
- Dr. Homero Castaneda
- Dr. Raymundo Case
- Dr. Yuan Ding
Learn more and register for this event at the Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) web site.