Graphene Based Protective Coatings : Keeping Rust at Bay (Graphene Europe 2015)

Karanveer Singh Aneja, Research Scholar
IIT Bombay
Avr 28, 2015.


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Presentation Summary

One of the most widely used methods for corrosion protection is the application of protective coatings. Graphene, with its extraordinary properties can provide a new dimension to protective coating systems and help develop a new generation of high performance protective coatings.

Speaker Biography (Karanveer Singh)

Mr. Karanveer Singh Aneja is a research student working with Prof. Siva Bohm (IIT Bombay - Honorary visiting scientist from Tata steel R&D) and Prof. A.S. Khanna (Professor, IIT Bombay, Mumbai) in the field of Graphene based coatings for anticorrosion applications. Karanveer has done his specialization in Corrosion Science and hails from Material Science background. His work on Graphene based coatings has shown promising results.

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