With the first round of judging complete, students will be back on Monday, April 26 from 1-3 p.m. CST to answer additional questions about their posters.
The Student Poster Session, sponsored by BP, includes posters from more than 60 students. Posters summarize students’ research projects and feature highlights and key findings from their studies. The student posters are divided into three categories: the Marcel Pourbaix category for corrosion science, the Mars Fontana category for corrosion engineering, and the Harvey Herro category for applied corrosion technology.
Awards will be presented to the students with the top three posters in each of the three categories, and an award will also be presented to the best undergraduate poster. Additionally, the first-place student in each category will be invited to publish a Poster Award Research Letter in CORROSION journal.
The Student Poster Awards Ceremony, sponsored by BP, will be held on Thursday, April 29 from 1-2 p.m. CST. Attendees can access the Awards Ceremony from the “Community Sessions and Awards” page.
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