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Student Newsletter — Winter 2014 Issue

CORROSION 2014

Advance registration ends at 11:00 p.m. CST on January 28, 2014. Registration for student members is FREE after January 28, 2014 the price for student regular registration is $60.00.


NACE Student Poster Session

The NACE International Research Committee is again sponsoring its annual Student Poster Session during NACE's annual conference, CORROSION 2014 Conference & Expo, March 9-13, 2014, in San Antonio, Texas, USA, and would like to invite students to participate.

There will be $9,000 in total prize money awarded to the poster session winners. 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 poster 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. In addition, the following incentives are being offered for all session participants:

  • Free one year student membership to NACE International—which includes access to Materials Performance and CORROSION journal
  • Free CORROSION 2014 Conference & Expo conference registration with access to technical symposia, meetings, exhibits, award lectures, and Research Topical and Research in Progress Symposia.
  • Opportunity for financial assistance from NACE regions and sections to attend conference.
  • Opportunity to apply for financial assistance from the NACE Foundation.

Students (undergraduate or graduate) may present completed research, research in progress, or even planned research. The posters will be judged on content, scientific approach, potential impact on the corrosion community, novelty of approach, and presentation. Student attendance is required at the conference to participate. Please keep in mind that there can only be one student per poster. Students should acknowledge the assistance of their advisor and any fellow students under "acknowledgments."

Each student who wishes to participate must submit a 300-400 word abstract by January 14, 2014. This deadline will NOT be extended.

Thank you in advance for your efforts and interest!


March Masquerade
Aztec Theatre
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
7:00-8:00 p.m. – Scholarship Awards Ceremony
8:00-11:00 p.m. – Emerald City Band

Mark your calendars and make plans to join us at the historic Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, as the NACE Foundation recognizes its scholarship recipients for 2014 and celebrates Generation Next!

At 8:00 p.m., Emerald City Band makes a return to the CORROSION stage, so come ready to dance the night away to your favorite tunes!

All student registrants for CORROSION 2014 will receive a complimentary event ticket and an invitation to BP’s pre-event reception. Watch your e-mail for details!

Scholarship Awards
Ceremony Sponsor:
March Masquerade
Signature Sponsor:
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Titanium Sponsors:
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Gold Sponsor:
March Masquerade
Bronze Sponsor:

19th Annual NACE Race
Sunday, March 9, 2014
8:00 a.m.
South Side Lions Park, San Antonio

On your mark, get set, RUN! Join us for the 19th running of the NACE Race at CORROSION 2014 and help support Generation Next, the future generation of corrosion professionals.

This non-competitive 5k run/walk is open to all conference attendees and their guests, including family members and friends. There is a $10 entry fee that includes an official race shirt, and transportation will be provided to and from the convention center. A post-race celebration will include refreshments and medal presentations for our winners.

Sign up with your conference registration, or download the registration form at www.nace-foundation.org.


CORROSION

Founded in 1945, CORROSION is the technical research journal devoted to furthering the knowledge of corrosion science and engineering. As a NACE student member, did you know that you have free access to CORROSION online? Updated monthly with full-text articles, CORROSION online contains cutting-edge, timely research in the corrosion field, dating back to 1960.

What does CORROSION online offer?

  • More than 5,300 articles online back to 1960
  • Mobile version
  • Online early preprints of papers that have yet to appear in the print version
  • Special issues
  • Table of contents alerts
  • RSS feeds
  • Powerful advanced search options
  • Citation tools
  • Top cited and top downloaded articles
  • Press releases

If you are interested in publishing your work in CORROSION, please visit the Author Information tab for submission requirements. Up 23% from last year and 158% from 2006, CORROSION's impact factor is 1.772.

Why should you publish in CORROSION?

  • Special topic issues
  • Distinguished, collegial, international editorial board and technical editor who guide you through the peer review process
  • CORROSION Best Paper and A.B. Campbell Awards recognize CORROSION authors
  • Searchable on ISI Web of Knowledge and Google Scholar for worldwide dissemination
  • Online early preprints appear online weeks before the print version
  • Free online listing of CORROSION titles, abstracts, and paper references, as well as related articles by subject. These features will boost the number of times your paper gets cited.

I look forward to working with you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Angela Jarrell at angela.jarrell@nace.org or visit http://corrosionjournal.org.


Engineers Week is February 16-22, 2014

For one week, NACE International and other stakeholders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, will celebrate the engineering profession and the engineers who make a positive difference in our world. This is your week to shine! Monitor NACE social networks (@nacetweet, Facebook, Google+) for interesting information you can share, or send information to us and we’ll post it; tell us about activities on your campus, interesting facts about corrosion, or anything else that highlights corrosion science and engineering.  We know how important corrosion control is, and we want to help others recognize it too. Spread the word and enjoy Engineers Week. To learn more about Engineers Week, visit www.discoverE.org.

 

 


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