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Mariano Iannuzzi

  • PhD
  • Professor - Chevron and Woodside Chair in Corrosion
  • Curtin University
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  • 343CitationsNumber of citations received by Mariano's publications. Updated daily.



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Recent publications

  • Effect of nickel on hydrogen permeation in ferritic/pearlitic low alloy steels

    • Husby H
    • Iannuzzi M
    • Johnsen R
    • et al.
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  • Unusual correlation between SKPFM and corrosion of nickel aluminum bronzes

    • Iannuzzi M
    • Vasanth K
    • Frankel G
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Professional experience

Professor - Chevron and Woodside Chair in Corrosion

Curtin University

July 2017 - Present

Adjunct Professor

Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige Universitet Fakultet for naturvitenskap og teknologi

January 2014 - Present

Principal Engineer - Corrosion and Materials

GE Oil & Gas

August 2013 - Present

Assistant Professor

The University of Akron

August 2011 - August 2013(2 years)

Senior Materials Engineer

GE Oil and Gas

August 2010 - August 2011(a year)

Senior Researcher

Det Norske Veritas

April 2009 - August 2010(a year)

Senior Engineer

DNV Columbus

September 2006 - April 2009(3 years)



The Ohio State Univeristy

September 2002 - October 2006(4 years)

Materials Engineer

Instituto de Tecnología Profesor Jorge Sabato

June 1998 - August 2002(4 years)


As Chevron and Woodside Chair in Corrosion at Curtin University, I focus on solving pressing industrial corrosion and materials challenges. I am particularly interested in exploring the environmental and design boundaries of conventional technologies, combining my academic and industry experience. The research areas of my group include hydrogen embrittlement and sulfide stress cracking of high-strength low alloy steels and precipitation hardening alloys, environmental cracking and localized corrosion of corrosion resistant alloys, including super duplex stainless steels and nickel-based alloys, as well as corrosion management. I also collaborate in the development of the first Australian Master Degree in Corrosion.

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