On Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall, a special ceremony was held to recognize the best student posters presented at this week’s AMPP conference. The poster session, sponsored by BP, featured research projects from undergraduate and graduate students around the world.
After several days of presentations, judges worked hard to select the top nine posters from three award categories. These include Marcel Pourbaix Prize for Corrosion Science; the Mars Fontana Prize for Corrosion Engineering; and the Harvey Herro Prize for Applied Corrosion Technology. Additionally, the Best Undergraduate Poster Prize was awarded.
Help us congratulate this year’s winners!
Marcel Pourbaix Prize for Corrosion Science:
1. Sara Filice, McMaster University
2. Assel Kalybayeva, Texas A&M University
3. Olivia Mary on, Boise State University
Mars Fontana Prize for Corrosion Engineering:
1.Samuel Inman, University of Virginia
2.Prianka Adapala, The Ohio State University
3.Menattullah Mohamed, The German University in Cairo
Harvey Herro Prize for Applied Corrosion Technology:
1. Shulei Zhang, Monash University
2. Irem Efe, The Ohio State University
3. Yuki Ando, McMaster University
Best Undergraduate Poster Prize:
Skylar Elliot, The University of Alabama
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