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Aqueous Corrosion
Gordon Research Seminar

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Meeting Cycle

24 Months

Conference Description

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Related Conference

This Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series is related to the "Aqueous Corrosion" Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series. Although a related GRS will typically be scheduled in conjunction with its parent GRC each time it meets, that may not always be the case. For more information about the associated Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series, click here.

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Meeting History

YearMeeting NameDatesConference SiteChair(s)
2018 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS) Jul 7-8 Colby-Sawyer College Claudia Merola
Joseph P. Turnbull
2016 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS)
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Solving Global Corrosion Issues
Jul 9-10 Colby-Sawyer College Matthew Asmussen
Lisa Rossrucker
2014 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS)
Tools and Techniques for Corrosion Assessment
Jul 12-13 Colby-Sawyer College Yves Van Ingelgem
2012 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS)
Corrosion Research: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Science
Jul 7-8 Colby-Sawyer College Ralf Posner
2010 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS)
Corrosion Science - Progress in Experimentation and Modeling
Jul 24-25 Colby-Sawyer College Haralampos Tsaprailis
Markus Valtiner
2008 Aqueous Corrosion (GRS) Jul 19-20 Colby-Sawyer College Ashley M. Lucente
Jan Wielant
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