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Assessment of Corrosion Education Appendix E Agendas for Materials Forum 2007 and Committee Public Meetings MATERIALS FORUM 2007: CORROSION EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY March 30, 2007—Washington, D.C. SESSION I: MOTIVATION Moderator, Ralph Adler, Army Research Laboratory 8:00 am Welcome and setting the scene Fiona Doyle, Forum Chair 8:10 Introduction of Session I participants Gary Fischman, NMAB 8:15 Cost of corrosion Neil Thompson, CC Technologies 8:40 DOD’s mandate on corrosion Daniel Dunmire, DOD-OSD DOD’s corrosion and national security needs Lewis Sloter, DOD-OSD 9:05 The need for corrosion engineering curriculum Aziz I. Asphahani and Helena Seelinger, NACE Foundation
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Assessment of Corrosion Education SESSION II: CURRENT PRACTICE Moderator, John Scully, University of Virginia 10:10 am Introduction of Session IIparticipants Michael Moloney, NMAB 10:15 AMPTIAC ad hoc study on corrosion education David Rose, Quanterion Solutions, Inc. 10:30 Corrosion education: materials science Gerald Frankel, Ohio State University 10:45 Corrosion education: mechanical engineering Matthew Begley, University of Virginia 11:00 Corrosion education: industry needs and response Robert Schafrik, GE Aviation 11:15 Corrosion education: industry needs and response Ramesh Sharma, Raytheon 11:30 Panel discussion WORKING LUNCH WITH TALK Noon The Challenge of Change in a Change-Resistant Environment Luis M. Proenza, University of Akron SESSION III: IMPLEMENTATION Moderator, Ron Latanision, Exponent, Inc. 1:15 pm Introduction of Session III participants Gary Fischman, NMAB 1:20 Perspectives on implementation Ron Latanision, Exponent, Inc. 1:30 Response from panel members (2 minutes each) followed by panel discussion with audience participation George Dieter, University of Maryland Robert Dodds, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign David Duquette, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Mark Plichta, Michigan Technical University Lee Saperstein, University of Missouri, Rolla Mark Soucek, University of Akron
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Assessment of Corrosion Education SESSION IV: NEXT STEPS Moderator, Fiona Doyle, University of California, Berkeley 3:00 pm Overview of workshop Fiona Doyle, Forum Chair 3:15 Looking forward to the follow-on study Wesley Harris, ACE Chair 3:15 Discussion of NRC’s corrosion education study 4:00 Adjourn MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON ASSESSING CORROSION EDUCATION (ACE) June 20, 2007—Washington, D.C. Noon MEETING CONVENES IN OPEN SESSION Lunch 1:00 pm Welcome and introduction of committee and guests Wesley Harris, Chair 1:05 Sponsor presentation, DOD Dan Dunmire, OSD-ATL 1:45 Other government perspectives Robert Hanrahan, DOE-NNSA Joseph Carpenter, DOE-EERE Harriet Kung, DOE-DMS&E 2:45 Break 3:05 Congressional perspective Vickie Plunkett, House Armed Services Committee 3:35 Origin of the study David Rose, Quanterion 4:05 Open discussion between panel and guests on presentations and implications for the study 6:00 MEETING CONVENES IN CLOSED SESSION
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Assessment of Corrosion Education June 21, 2007 7:30 am MEETING CONVENES IN CLOSED SESSION Working breakfast and discussion, committee and staff 8:15 MEETING CONVENES IN OPEN SESSION Recalling the corrosion education workshop Some retrospective thoughts on the workshop from Fiona Doyle, CEWOP Chair Open discussion with all committee and guests, led by Fiona Doyle, CEWOP Chair 10:00 Break 10:20 MEETING CONVENES IN CLOSED SESSION MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON ASSESSING CORROSION EDUCATION September 17, 2007—Detroit, Michigan 9:45 am MEETING CONVENES IN OPEN SESSION Government panel session moderator: John Scully, ACE Kayle Boomer, Hanford Nuclear Waste Storage Facility Steven Carr, Army Aviation and Missile Command Vincent Hock, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Bill Kepler, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Stephen Sharp, Virginia Transportation Research Council 12:15 pm Working lunch 1:15 University panel session moderator: Gerald Frankel, ACE Jo Howze, Texas A&M University Alex King, Purdue University Ian Robertson, University of Illinois Subra Suresh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Peter Voorhees, Northwestern University 3:45 Break 4:00 Open microphone discussion (community input) 5:00 MEETING CONVENES IN CLOSED SESSION
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Assessment of Corrosion Education MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON ASSESSING CORROSION EDUCATION December 17, 2007—Irvine, California 10:00 am MEETING CONVENES IN OPEN SESSION Industry panel session moderators: Gordon Bierwagen, ACE, and Gary Was, ACE Aziz Asphanhani, Carus Chemical Company William Hedges, BP Michael J. Maloney, Pratt & Whitney Robert Mroczkwski, connNtext Michael R. Ostermiller, General Motors Leslie Spain, Dominion Generation Darrel Untereker, Medtronic Noon Working lunch 1:00 pm University panel session moderators: Gerald Frankel, ACE, and John Scully, ACE Reza Abbaschian, University of California, Riverside Robert Cottis, University of Manchester Anthony Luscher, Ohio State Matthew O’Keefe, University of Missouri, Rolla Lt. Michael Plumley, U.S. Coast Guard Academy Bob Sinclair, Stanford University Dan Walsh, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Ward Winer, Georgia Institute of Technology 3:00 Break 3:30 NACE/University of Akron, Sue Louscher, corrosion survey 4:30 General discussion 5:00 MEETING CONVENES IN CLOSED SESSION