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Come see the future of NDE at TAG Expo 2017, July 27, 2017 from 8-3:45 PM. G2MT will be showcasing at the Technology Assessment Group’s expo at the Hilton Garden Inn NW America Plaza, 14919 NW Freeway, Houston, TX 77040. See you there!


G2MT is leading a number of cutting-edge research and development programs that promise to dramatically improve the capabilities and integrity of materials in numerous critical applications. In nearly every circumstance where materials are being pushed hard (and in most industries, they are pushed to their very limits and beyond), G2MT is developing new solutions for age-old problems.

Examples of the cutting-edge work we are tackling include:

Nondestructive Assessment of Nuclear Waste Storage Facilities
Nondestructive Characterization of Titanium Hydrides
In-situ Residual Stress Assessment in Titanium and Steels
In-situ Pipeline Damage Assessment
Materials Characterization at a Distance
Through-thickness Microstructure Identification

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G2MT is active in a variety of conferences, workshops, and societies including NACE, TMS, ASM, ASNT, AWS, and QNDE.

 

Recent Conferences:

February 2, 2016 at the ASM Houston Failure Analysis Seminar

April 7th, 2015 at the ASM Houston Chapter Meeting. 

2015 API Inspection Summit

NACE 2015

Stainless Steel World Americas 2014

NACE 2013

2012 ATI Corrosion Solutions Conference

IPC 2012 International Pipeline Conference

API 2012 Meeting

2011 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC)

2011 NACE Conference

2011 Hydrogen Pipeline Working Group Meetings

2011 DOE Fuel Cell Project Review

2011 QNDE Conference: Dr. Lasseigne chairs a session on Quantitative NDE of Microstructures for Failure Analysis. Dr. Lasseigne and Dr. Olson from the Colorado School of Mines hosted the session as an ongoing effort that continues to bring together pioneers in the use of NDE for new purposes.

2011 Nuclear Science Symposium in Valencia, Spain

The 2011 Nuclear Materials Compatibility Workshop