Podcasts: CORROSION journal Interview Series
In this new series, launched September 2020, CORROSION journal Managing Editor in Chief discusses corrosion phenomena and information on scholarly publishing a wide range of corrosion experts and professionals. Episodes and transcripts are available below.
Dr. Jason Lee, with the Naval Research Laboratory, and Dr. Susmitha Kotu, with DNV, join our CORROSION journal podcast series to discuss microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). This episode explains what MIC is and which industries it affects, challenges in predicting and mitigating MIC, new advancements in the field, and areas that need future research. Read more
Drs. Doug Hansen, from the University of Dayton, and Raghu Srinivasan, from the University of Alaska, join our CORROSION journal podcast series in celebration of International Open Access Week 2023. The episode features a roundtable discussion on why research and sharing findings is important. Read more
In celebration of Peer Review Week 2023, Drs. Oumaïma Gharbi, with Sorbonne Universite, and Dave Kolman, with Los Alamos National Laboratories, join the CORROSION journal podcast series to discuss the importance of peer review. The episode includes a discussion of what makes for a good review; advice for reviewers; and an outlook on the future of peer review.Read more
Drs. Henry Holroyd, a consultant, and Tim Burnett, with the University of Manchester, join our CORROSION journal podcast series to discuss environment-induced crack initiation and early stages of crack growth in aluminum alloys. They explain crack initiation, discuss some of the challenges encountered, and identify areas that need further exploration.
Drs. Jen Locke, with The Ohio State University, and Erin Karasz, with Sandia National Laboratories, join the CORROSION journal podcast to discuss their careers in materials science and engineering. They discuss some challenges they have experienced and provide advice to those newer to the field.
Drs. Arjan Mol, Sanna Virtanen, Nick Birbilis, and John Scully, Editors in Chief and Technical Editors of four corrosion-related journals, join our podcast to discuss the future of corrosion research. In Part 2 of this Editor Roundtable series (listen to Part 1 here), discussion topics include areas of future research and challenges that the field will need to overcome.
Drs. Arjan Mol, Sanna Virtanen, Nick Birbilis, and John Scully, Editors in Chief and Technical Editors of four corrosion-related journals, join the CORROSION journal podcast to discuss trends in corrosion research and how that compares to the past. In part one of this roundtable series, the panelists explore changes they have seen over the past decade, along with a brief look at where the research is heading.
Drs. Narasi Sridhar, with MC Consult LLC, and Chris Taylor, with DNV, join our podcast to discuss corrosion life predictions, including a broader analysis of the advances and challenges experienced in lifetime predictions. This is the topic of CORROSION journal’s March 2023 special issue, which is dedicated to the 2022 Research Topical Symposium.
Drs. Ryan Katona, Erin Karasz, and Rebecca Schaller with Sandia National Laboratories join our CORROSION journal podcast to discuss their recent invited critical review, “A Review of the Governing Factors in Pit-to-Crack Transitions of Metallic Structures.” Based on an open access review, this discussion provides key takeaways and insights from the authors.
Dr. Poorwa Gore, Director of AIChemy and an Associate Editor with CORROSION journal, joins our podcast to give advice to students considering a career in corrosion research. This includes short-term research projects, presenting and networking at conferences and events, and keeping your research organized.
Professor Jerry Frankel, Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Director of the Fontana Corrosion Center at The Ohio State University, joins the CORROSION journal Interview Series to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on universities, labs, and the research community.
Ingrid Milošev, Head of the Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry at Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia and scientific advisor for Valdoltra Orthopaedic Hospital, joins this episode of the CORROSION journal Interview Series to discuss her career.
Oladis Troconis de Rincón, the founder and former Director of 30 years of the Centro de Estudios de Corrosion at the University of Zulia (LUZ) in Venezuela, joins our podcast to talk about her career in corrosion.
Narasi Sridhar, CEO of MC Consult LLC, discusses how creativity and openness to possibilities in your career can lead you to unexpected places, such as working on a project for NASA to detect past life on Mars with Raman spectroscopy.
R. Winston Revie, CORROSION journal's longest-serving Associate Editor, looks back over his 55-year career on this episode of the CORROSION journal Interview Series.
Professors Joey Kish (McMaster University) and Geraint Williams (Swansea University) join the CORROSION journal Interview Series to discuss corrosion of magnesium and its alloys and provide highlights of CORROSION's magnesium-themed February issue.
Chip Blankenship and Ji Ma, professors in the University of Virginia’s Materials Science and Engineering Department, join the CORROSION journal Interview Series to discuss why we’re drawn to additive manufacturing. Topics discussed on this episode include successful applications of the technique, current challenges, and future applications.
Nick Birbilis, Deputy Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University in Canberra, joins the inaugural episode of the CORROSION journal Interview Series to explain the basics of additively manufactured metals.
Episode Two of the Flint Phenomenon series continues the roundtable discussion surrounding the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. In this chat, panelists explore the science behind the problem while evaluating the difficulty in monitoring lead in water systems; the use of corrosion inhibitors and water filters; the changing standards of lead in metals and drinking water; and how Flint is doing today.
The first episode of the Flint Phenomenon series discusses the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, including the causes of lead release in the drinking water and how the situation was handled. It includes discussion on the difficulty in identifying and replacing lead pipe in Flint and throughout the United States. The episode includes discussion with panelists Marc Edwards, who led the team that collected the water samples in Flint, and Darren Lytle with the Environmental Protection Agency.