$750,000 NASA Funding awarded to Raghu Srinivasan (CECRI Alumni 2002)

Our CECRI Alumni Raghu Srinivasan (CECRI Alumni 2002) has been awarded the NASA EPSCoR research grant for $750,000 to conduct atmospheric corrosion research in cold arctic regions. He is working as an assistant professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Please click here to read more.

$750,000 NASA Funding awarded to Raghu Srinivasan (CECRI Alumni 2002)
UAA and UAF researchers awarded NASA EPSCoR Research award
The Alaska NASA EPSCoR Program announced the selection of a collaborative project between Raghu Srinivasan, from UAA, and Lei Zhang, from UAF.

Project proposal abstract can be found here.


Raghu Srinivasan in the news

Can’t stop, won’t stop corrosion
Fact: You cannot stop corrosion. But according to assistant professor in mechanical engineering Raghu Srinivasan, you can study it and mitigate its effects, which is what the award-winning professor is doing in his lab and on top of UAA’s Engineering and Computation Building’s parking garage.