SERDP 2018 Project of the Year Award for Weapons Systems and Platforms
Developing an accurate accelerated corrosion test model in a controlled laboratory setting would improve DoD’s understanding of corrosion in the environment, providing the opportunity to improve base operation and maintenance, mitigate corrosion damage, better identify failure mode, and introduce more environmentally friendly technologies.
SERDP 2018 Project of the Year Award for Environmental Restoration
Dr. Michelle Scherer from the University of Iowa and her team led a SERDP funded project that studied the application of a new conceptual framework based on solid-state mineral chemistry to understand biologically mediated abiotic degradation (BMAD) of PCE and TCE by magnetite, iron (Fe) sulfides, and Fe-bearing clays.
SERDP 2018 Project of the Year Award for Resource Conservation and Resiliency
Dr. Elizabeth Crone from Tufts University and her team led a SERDP funded project that investigated the source-sink dynamics of species being managed on military lands using three species of endangered butterflies.
It is with great pride and pleasure that SERDP and ESTCP announce the 2018 Projects of the Year.
As demands on installation energy professionals grow, resources have been in decline making it even more difficult to operate and maintain installation facilities at or near optimum performance. To help installation energy professionals be more effective in executing their jobs, ESTCP, in collaboration with the Office of Naval Research (ONR), funded a demonstration project to employ a structured approach to problem solving.
The Strategic Environmental Research & Development Program (SERDP) and the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) have funded numerous research and technology demonstrations to address chlorinated solvent sites since the early 1990s.
ESTCP project looks to successfully demonstrate a new capability to mitigate and recover quickly from online and insider cyber activities directed against SCADA infrastructure.
Cold Spray (CS) deposition of protective coatings is an environmentally friendly and field-deployable process, that is capable of replacing electroplating processes.