The Student Poster Session Call for Abstracts for CORROSION 2019 is now open! NACE International is looking for individuals with great corrosion ideas that they want to share with the community. The NACE International Research Committee is awarding $9,000 in total prize money to the Student Poster Session winners at CORROSION 2019. Prizes are awarded in three categories—the Mars Fontana Prize for the best posters in Corrosion Engineering, the Marcel Pourbaix Prize for the best posters in Corrosion Science, and the Harvey Herro Prize for the best posters in Applied Corrosion Technology. Prize awards are $1,500 for first place, $1,000 for second place, and $500 for third place in each category. A prize will also be awarded for the best undergraduate poster.Submit Abstract
The Student Poster Session at CORROSION encourages students to become active in NACE and present the results of their work to the membership. Each student who wishes to participate must submit a 300-400 word abstract (maximum of 10,000 characters) by Friday, January 11, 2019. Please keep in mind that student attendance is required at the conference to participate. There can also only be one student per poster.
Chair: David Shifler, Office of Naval Research
Vice Chair: Raghu Srinivasan, University of Alaska Anchorage
For any questions regarding the Student Poster Session, please contact NACE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, the NACE Foundation Board of Directors allocates a minimum of $25,000 in Travel Assistance to help fund student travel to the NACE spring CORROSION conference. Travel Assistance awards are equally distributed, with a maximum amount allocated per applicant of $300 (USD).
For any questions regarding Travel Assistance, please contact the NACE Foundation at email@example.com.