in Vol. 11 - November Issue - Year 2010
NACE International New York Section & Stevens Institute of Technology to Host Utilities Corrosion Symposium
Houston, TX – The Metropolitan New York Section of NACE International, The Corrosion Society, will hold its Winter 2010 Corrosion Symposium, "Corrosion Issues in Utilities," on November 16, 2010 at the Stevens Institute of Technology (SIT) School of Engineering and Science in Hoboken, New Jersey.
The program, chaired by Metropolitan New York Section Treasurer Costas T. Lymberis (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers), features the following presentations followed by Q&A sessions:
• Monitoring of Corrosion Parameters within the Annular Space of Cased Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines, Frank Hemerlein, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York, New York
• Corrosion Issues in Water Utilities, Steve Nikolakakos, Russell Corrosion Consultants, Inc., Garden City, New York
• Coatings and Paints used in the Utilities, Richard French, Carboline, West Caldwell, New Jersey
• Corrosion Issues in the Utilities in the Nuclear Power Plants, James Melchionna, PSE&G Nuclear, Hancocks Bridge, New Jersey
• Corrosion Prevention and Reduction Requirements in the Telecommunications Industry, Mark A. Ali, Verizon Corporate Network and Technology, Baltimore, Maryland
• Corrosion Issues in the Utilities in Metal Plants, Kevin Handley, Ferro Corporation, South Plainfield, New Jersey
SIT Professor Keith Sheppard of the Chemical, Biomedical, and Materials Engineering Department will provide the opening remarks.
Participants will receive six professional development hours (PDH) for attendance. To reserve your space, please contact Costas T. Lymberis at +1 917-790-8481 or e-mail Gus.T.Lymberis@usace.army.mil. Registration is $100 for NACE members with a valid membership card and $135 for nonmembers. Students registering in advance receive complimentary admission with a valid student ID.
NACE International, The Corrosion Society, based in Houston, Texas, has over 23,000 members in 110 countries. It is recognized worldwide as the largest professional association dedicated to protecting people, assets, and the environment from the impact of corrosion. It was founded in 1943, and offers technical training and certification programs, sponsors conferences, and produces industry standards, reports, publications, and software to prevent and mitigate corrosion.
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