Ashley Lucente chairs Graduate Seminar at Gordon Research Conference in Corrosion
The Gordon Research Conference Graduate Seminar in Aqueous Corrosion was held July 19-20 2008 at Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH.
Chaired by Ashley Lucente of the University of Virginia and Vice Chaired by Jan Wielant of Vrije Universiteit in Brussel, Belgium, the Aqueous Corrosion Conference was part of the larger GRC theme of "Mechanisms, Methods, and Models."
Topics covered included atomistic, stochastic, and finite element models, metal electrolyte interfaces, localized corrosion processes and extrapolation of accelerated corrosion tests to 'lifetime' predictions as well as variety of techniques and methods.
The first Gordon-Kenan Graduate Research Seminar allowed graduate students, post docs and young industrialists to share in the GRC experience and participate in the main conference that followed.