This year the CSS will join the “Advances in Corrosion Protection by Organic Coatings” meeting in Manchester (6th-9th Sept). The meeting will have a residential element (with live-streaming) and an online option – a hybrid event. CSD have approximately 40 “in-person” places available on a first-come basis and will run the conference, as much as possible, conventionally. Virtual participation as a presenter or listener is also possible, with conventional oral and poster (“three-minute thesis”) presentations encouraged.
The abstract deadline is 27th August 2021.Advances in Corrosion Protection by Organic Coatings is a five-yearly international conference postponed from last year and held in curtailed fashion this year due to the pandemic.
The ICorr Corrosion Science Symposium is the annual meeting for students and researchers working in all areas of Corrosion Science and Engineering. The symposium is an ideal opportunity for early career researchers in corrosion to discuss their work, share ideas and, above all enjoy themselves in a stimulating/friendly environment. CSD believes it is important to keep the CSS running even during these restrictive times.
Professor Mary Ryan will receive the UR Evans award 2021 at this Symposium for her outstanding contributions in the broad aspects of corrosion science and engineering. Mary’s research is focused on understanding nanoscale materials, and nanoscale interfaces in and between materials and their environments. She has a particular interest in the
development of operando approaches and has pioneered nanoscale methods in synchrotron science.
Further information will be available soon on the conference website, www.corrosionmanchester.org