Conferences and Events

Welcome to the Diary Dates page, below are details of all the institutes meetings conferences and events along with courses from external suppliers. 

The reference indicates what type of event it is.

If you wish to attend any of these events please click the book now button and complete the registration form, this infomation will then be forwarded to the event organiser. Alternatively you can contact them direct using the contact information provided.

6th April 2017

REF: 45th Annual Convention Symposium - Are concrete durability problems a thing of the past?

The Institute of Concrete Technology

45th Annual Convention Symposium

Are concrete durability problems a thing of the past?

We have an excellent range of speakers, including contributors from Canada and Switzerland. The symposium will be followed by a gala dinner, with after-dinner entertainment, and preceded by the AGM – which is free to attend.

Venue: The Queens Hotel, Leeds LS1 1PJ

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www.ict.concrete.org.uk

6th April 2017

REF: London Branch Meeting - Some Recent Offshore Cathodic Protection Life Extension Projects - What's New?

London Branch April 2017 Meeting

Venue: Imperial College, Skempton Building, London SW7 2BB

Start: 18:00 social half hour - main event 18:30

"Some Recent Offshore Cathodic Protection Life Extension Projects - What's New?"

Mr Jim Britton - President & CEO Deepwater Corrosion Services Inc

Jim Britton has worked in the offshore corrosion field since 1973. He was educated in the UK and began his offshore career in the North Sea in the 1970’s. In 1982 he relocated to Houston, where he subsequently formed Deepwater Corrosion Services in 1986, the company now has 5 international offices in key offshore locations. Jim has published dozens of technical papers on offshore-corrosion-related issues. He holds several patents for technology associated with asset integrity management. Since 2000 he has focussed the company on asset integrity solutions, specifically on life extension of ageing brownfield offshore infrastructure.

Social Hour - Refreshments and Networking: 19:30

Finish: 21:00

For further information please contact icorrlondon@gmail.com or george.winning@element.com or call 07495671806.

25th April 2017

REF: Aberdeen Branch Meeting

Speaker: Tim Froome of Beasy

Topic: Cathodic Protection - Using Simulation Techniques to Help Assess CP Current Output of Buried Subsea Pipeline Anodes from Field Gradient Measurements.

Venue: Palm Court Hotel, 81 Seafield Rd, Aberdeen AB15 7YX. Joint Meeting with MCF.

Event starts at 17:30; Presentation starts at 18:00

27th April 2017

REF: Corrosion Engineering Division Working Day

‘Corrosion Engineering and Concrete’

A combination of invited talks, CED working group meetings, a laboratory visit to Sheffield Hallam University and presentation of inaugural Paul McIntyre award.

Venue: Institution of Mechanical Engineers Engineering Training Centre, Sheffield Business Park.

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8th May 2017

REF: ICorr Level 2 Cathodic Protection Technician Marine Metallic Structures Course

At last the Institute of Corrosion and IMechE Training Solutions are pleased to announce that the Level 2 Marine Cathodic protection course is to run at the Royal Naval Submarine Museum in Gosport Monday 8th May to Friday 12th May 2017.

Download information leaflet for all details. Enquiries and Booking are through +44 (0)114 3995720 or trainingsolutions@imeche.org.

If you do not have any candidates for this course or you know others who would be interested, we would be greatly appreciative if could you please pass on this email and to any of your Client’s or Contractors who may have personnel needing this Certification

Please also be advised that the Level 1 Marine Cathodic protection course will be run also at the Royal Naval Submarine Museum in Gosport Monday 13th March to Friday 17th March 2017.

30th May 2017

REF: Aberdeen Branch Meeting

Speaker: Simon Daly of Hempel

Topic: Inspection - A review of State of the Art' Measurement for Corrosion under Insulation Risk

Venue: Palm Court Hotel, 81 Seafield Rd, Aberdeen AB15 7YX. Joint Meeting with NACE.

Event starts at 18:00; Presentation starts at 18:30

6th July 2017

REF: North East Branch - Summer Event at Durham Castle

Energy past, present and future - Professor Jon Glyuas

Agenda

17.00 – Welcome

17.30 – Castle Tour followed by presentation

19.30/20.00 – Buffet and drinks

21.15 – Close

Costs

£5pp for ICorr members.

£10pp non-members.

Students £5pp the first 10 registrations free.

Limited spaces so book early to avoid disappointment.

Download information leaflet and registration form