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Dec. 10 2015
Tenaris. Investigación y Desarrollo para la industria del petróleo y gas
Marcelo Ramos, Director de Tecnología de Tenaris, presentó el 4 de Diciembre las actividades de Investigación y Desarrollo de ésta empresa patrocinante, a los Fellows 2015 del Roberto Rocca Education Program
Oct. 31 2012
Fellows Conference Series: Jose Luis Mendoza Cortes - "Trapping and storing gases in nanoporous organic and metal-organic materials".
José Luís began his Ph.D. in Material Science at the California Institute of Technology in 2008. He received his Bachelor degree in chemistry at the Tec de Monterrey. He is a Roberto Rocca Education Program Fellow since 2009.
Sep. 12 2012
Fellows Conference Series: Thiago Soares - "Microstructure characterization and the origins of the Bauschinger effect of pipeline steels"
Thiago is a Ph.D. student in Materials Science at University of Birmingham, UK. Previously he obtained his Bachelor of Material Engineering at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in Brazil. Thiago is a Roberto Rocca Education Program Fellow since 2010.
Aug. 10 2012
Fellows Conference Series - Paulo Rossi: "Analysis of complex metal alloy microstructures by means of FIB tomography"
Paulo is a Ph.D. in Materials Science at Saarland University, Germany, where he earned his Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering. Prior to attending Saarland University, Paulo received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree at the Instituto Balseiro, Argentina
Jul. 13 2012
Fellows Conference Series: Luis Zerpa - “A Comprehensive Model for Predicting Gas Hydrate Formation, Dissociation and Transportability in Oil and Gas Flowlines”
Luis is a Ph.D. candidate in Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, USA. He earned both his Master of Science and his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering at Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela. Luis was awarded a Roberto Rocca Education Program Fellowship in 2010.
Oct. 19 2011
Workshop “Future Trends in NanoTechnology applied to the Steel Industry"
Nanotechnology is a new and revolutionary field that broadens the understanding of materials. Laboratories in prestigious universities across the USA and Europe are currently involved in a major R&D in a race to discover the secrets of nanoscale and its potential to transform Materials Science. It is expected that in the coming years the knowledge gained will produce significant changes.
Nov. 18 2011
Fellows Conference Series: Lluvia Ochoa Estopier - “Operational optimization of heat-integrated crude oil distillation systems”
Lluvia is Ph.D. candidate in Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at the University of Manchester, UK. She received her Bachelor of Chemical Engineering at the Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz, and her Master of Science in Chemical Engineering at the Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya, Mexico. She has been awarded a Roberto Rocca Fellowship in 2010.
Aug. 26 2011
Fellows Conference Series: Bianca Carvalho Pinheiro - “X-ray diffraction study of microstructural changes during fatigue damage initiation in steel pipelines. Part 2: Research Results”
Bianca is Ph.D. candidate in Mechanical Engineering at Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France. She received her Master degree in Ocean Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and her Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from the same university.
Jul. 15 2009
Gabriel Lerech - 2009 Awarding Ceremony in Argentina
Gabriel Lerech shared his experience as a Scholarship student in Argentina with younger students.
Jul. 11 2011
Fellows Conference Series: Fernando Novoa - “Nanometric propagation of defects in multi-layered protective coatings”
Fernando is Ph.D. candidate in Material Science at Stanford University, in USA. He previously obtained his Master degree in Science and Engineering at Standford University and his Bachelor of Mechanics and Electrical Systems Engineering degree at Tec de Monterrey, Mexico.
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