Graphene Corrosion Protection opportunities webinar is scheduled for October 8th at 3:30pm (UK). Dr. Lisa Scullion, Application Manager – Coatings at the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) presents the topic as part of the Challenges and Opportunities webinar series 2020. “Opportunities for Graphene in Corrosion Protection” is open to the public and free of charge.
Dr. Scullion is an experienced Processing and Research Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the chemicals industry in the UK, Europe and USA.
Currently working as an Application Manager for the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre in Manchester, managing a wide range of projects to incorporate 2D materials into new and existing products. Projects include coatings for steel and automotive industries, composites, construction materials and graphene formulation development such as graphene corrosion protection.
Scullion is a physical chemist with experience in product development, scale – up and full scale manufacture; powder processing expertise with emphasis on granulation, extrusion, spray drying and testing procedures; and experience in formulation for household, industrial, personal care and polymer based products. She is a strong operations professional with a large network of chemical manufacturing contacts.
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) specialises in the rapid development and scale up of graphene and other 2D materials applications.
The GEIC will focus on six application areas to rapidly accelerate the development and commercialisation of new graphene technologies.
Relationships and collaborations with industry are central to the National Graphene Institute (NGI) and the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC). Some of the world’s biggest and most influential companies are working with The University of Manchester on graphene applications.
These collaborations offer industrial partners the opportunity to work alongside world-leading academics and 300 researchers.
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