CORROSION Editorial Board
John R. Scully, FNACE
Technical Editor in Chief
University of Virginia
As a researcher, Dr. John R. Scully's interests focus on interdisciplinary studies of corrosion electrochemistry, passivity and passivity breakdown, stress corrosion, hydrogen entry and hydrogen interactions in ferrous, nickel, aluminum, magnesium, and titanium-based alloys, and model materials. He is also investigating the electrochemistry and passivity of intermetallic phases.
Peter L. Andresen, FNACE
Dr. Peter L. Andresen’s expertise is in the area of corrosion and environmental effects on mechanical properties and integrity of materials. His research has focused on corrosion and environmental fracture of iron- and nickel-based alloys under conditions of interest to the energy industries.
Nick Birbilis, FNACE
Australian National University
Dr. Nick Birbilis is the Deputy Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. In his nearly 20 year career to date, he has worked in numerous fields of corrosion, including monitoring, remediation, life prediction, asset design, durability management planning, and development of corrosion resistant materials.
David G. Enos, FNACE
Sandia National Laboratories
Dr. David G. Enos is a corrosion science/materials degradation subject matter expert, with extensive experience in aqueous and atmospheric corrosion, high-temperature materials degradation, and aging effects on materials and material performance.
Gerald S. Frankel, FNACE
The Ohio State University
Dr. Gerald S. Frankel is the DNV Designated Chair in Corrosion, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Director of the Fontana Corrosion Center at The Ohio State University. His primary research interests are in the passivation and localized corrosion of metals and alloys, corrosion inhibition, protective coatings, and atmospheric corrosion.
Dr. Shinji Fujimoto is currently a Professor in the Division of Materials and Manufacturing Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan. His research interests are corrosion science and engineering, including passivity, localized corrosion, surface modification, and electrochemical characterization of metallic biomaterials.
David Kolman, FNACE
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Dr. David Kolman is a Staff Researcher and Project Manager at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He earned his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Virginia.
Jason S. Lee
Naval Research Laboratory
Dr. Jason S. Lee is a Materials Engineer at the Naval Research Laboratory. His research interests include the improved fundamental understanding of the localized corrosion and electrochemistry of metals and alloys exposed to marine environments. Specifically, the diagnosis, mitigation, and monitoring of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in military, municipal water distribution, and oil and gas systems.
Jožef Stefan Institute
Dr. Ingrid Milošev is the Head of the Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry at Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Her research focuses on corrosion processes and corrosion protection of technological and biomedical materials aiming to prolong their lifetime and functional abilities.
Srdjan Nešić, FNACE
Dr. Srdjan Nešić is the director of the Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology, a position he has held since 2002. He is also a Russ Professor, and has taught courses related to thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and corrosion. His research interests include transport phenomena and electrochemistry, corrosion, erosion, computational fluid dynamics, and multiphase flow.
James J. Noël
University of Western Ontario
Dr. Jamie Noël, now Assistant Professor of Chemistry at The University of Western Ontario, obtained BSc and MSc degrees (Chemistry) from the University of Guelph. He leads a large, multi-institutional, interdisciplinary research effort examining the potential interplay between the metallurgy and corrosion properties of proposed nuclear fuel waste containers, the used fuel itself, the surrounding clay and rock, the groundwater, and the microorganisms present in a deep geologic repository for used nuclear fuel, involving 9 research groups from 4 universities. His research interests include nuclear fuel waste management, automotive parts, additive manufacturing, and oil refining.
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris
Professor Kevin Ogle obtained the Ph.D. degree in 1985 in Chemistry from the University of Texas, Austin working with the late Professor J.M. White in the field of surface science applied to heterogeneous catalysis. He has taught "Corrosion and Surface Treatment" at the Université Henri Poincaré in Nancy, France, in the Material Science graduate program and was Associate Research Director, CNRS, at the Centre d’Etudes de Chimie Métallurgique, in Paris. He has been a faculty member of the ENSCP (Ecole Nationale de Chimie de Paris) Chimie-ParisTech since 2005. His research interests include electrochemistry of Zn-Al-Mg alloys, surface treatment of Zn and Al alloys, dealloying mechanisms of copper alloys, passivation of stainless steel in concentrated nitric acid, dissolution and passivation of high entropy alloys, and controlled dissolution of Mg for biological implants.
R. Winston Revie, FNACE
Dr. R. Winston Revie is a Fellow of ASM International, of NACE International, of The Electrochemical Society, Inc., and of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. He is a Past President of the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. He was on the Board of Directors of NACE International from 2006 to 2009. He was President of the NACE Foundation of Canada from 2008 to 2012. His research interests include stress corrosion cracking, corrosion inhibition/inhibitors, corrosion in hydrogen sulfide environments, corrosion monitoring/inspection, passivity, corrosion control of oil and gas pipelines, and corrosion of surgical implants.
Alberto A. Sagüés, FNACE
University of South Florida
Dr. Alberto A. Sagüés is a Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of South Florida. He previously worked for the Kentucky Center for Energy Research Lab, Argonne National Laboratory, Juelich Nuclear Research Center, and University of Kentucky. His research interests include corrosion of engineering materials, materials for infrastructure, materials for energy systems, physical metallurgy, scientific instrumentation, and nuclear waste disposal.
Narasi Sridhar, FNACE
MC Consult LLC
Dr. Narasi Sridhar is the CEO of MC Consult LLC, a materials and corrosion consulting company. He is also a Research Professor in the Materials Science & Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. His main interests include life prediction and risk assessment of structures and systems, and innovative energy use technologies. He is also interested in electrochemical conversion of CO2 to useful products.
Sannakaisa Virtanen, FNACE
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Dr. Sannakaisa Virtanen is the Chair of Surface Science and Corrosion in the Department of Materials Science at Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Her research interests include electrochemistry and surface science, corrosion, metallic materials, biomedical metallic materials, light metals, amorphous alloys, and high-temperature oxidation.
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