2021 Student Poster Award Winners

The results are in! The first-place, second-place, and third-place posters in three poster categories, along with the best undergraduate poster, were announced in a ceremony on Thursday. The winning students receive monetary prizes, sponsored by BP, and the first-place winners of each category are invited to publish an open access Poster Award Research Letter in CORROSION journal, the sponsoring publication.

The 2021 Student Poster Award winners, by category are:

Mars Fontana Prize for Corrosion Engineering

  • First Place: Huiru Wang, Ohio University
  • Second Place: Payman Sharifi Abdar, Ohio University
  • Third Place: Timothy Montoya, University of New Mexico

Harvey Herro Prize for Applied Corrosion Technology

  • First Place: Brandon Free, Ohio State University
  • Second Place: Katrina Catledge, Ohio State University
  • Third Place: Vinicio Ynciarte, University of Texas San Antonio

Marcel Pourbaix Prize for Corrosion Science

  • First Place: Carolina Vicente Moraes, University of Virginia
  • Second Place: Ho Lun Chan, University of Virginia
  • Third Place: Zheng Ma, Ohio University

Best Undergraduate Poster

First Place: Forest Swanson, Boise State University

In addition to announcing the Student Poster Award winners, the ceremony also recognized the Foundation Scholarship Award recipients and introduced AMPP’s new EMERG Student Outreach Program. A short presentation on how and why to publish by Dr. John Scully and a congratulatory message from Tim Bieri on behalf of the awards’ sponsor, BP, rounded out the ceremony.  

The student posters will be available to view until May 1 and the Student Poster Awards Ceremony will be available to view until October 31.

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