Welcome to the Aberdeen Branch
The fundamentals of the Institute of Corrosion is for the local Engineering Fraternity to gather, discuss the pro’s and con’s of the latest technology and network. The branches are therefore located in strategic cities and grouped into six regions. Each Branch is made up with volunteers who work together to engage and provide support to the local engineering communities.
We also work with other Engineering Institutions to provide interesting and diverse topics for discussion at a local level, to include; IMechE, IOM3, Institute of Welding, Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Aberdeen Committee Members
Dr. Nigel Owen
Secretary for External Affairs
Secretary for internal Affairs
Financial Officer/ Trasurer
University Liaison & CPD Officer
Dr. Yunnan Gao (Immediate Past President)
Muhammad Ejaz (Past Chair)
Jonathan Segynola, MSc, Senior Integrity Engineer – Offshore West Africa, (CNR International UK Ltd, Aberdeen).
Mei Ling Cheah, MSc, Corrosion Engineer, (LR – Lloyd’s Register, Aberdeen).
Dr Olubayo Latinwo, Corrosion Engineer, (Fairfield Energy Ltd, Aberdeen).
Aberdeen Branch Email address
Aberdeen Branch Sponsors
Without the continued support from our branch sponsors it would not be possible for us to provide our technical programme to you.
ICorr Aberdeen would appreciate the following Branch Sponsors in the 2018/2019 Session:
- Deepwater EU Ltd
- IMG Composites Ltd
- Independent Corrosion Services Ltd
- Lloyd’s Register EMEA
- Macaw Engineering Ltd
- Oceaneering International Services Limited
- Permasense Ltd
- Total E & P UK Ltd
- Aberdeen Foundries
Institute of Corrosion GOLD SPONSORS – Corrpro Companies Europe Ltd, Pipeline Technique, Pittsburgh Coming
Institute of Corrosion SUSTAINING SPONSORS – CAN Offshore, Denholm Industrial Service Ltd, Element Material Technology, ICR, Lake Chemical&Minerals Ltd, Lux Azzure Ltd, Oceaneering International Services, Plant Integrity Management, PMAC System, Presserv Ltd, R&R Corrosion Ltd, Sonomatic Limited, Spencer Coating
For more information about becoming a local branch sponsor please contact our Sponsorship/ Marketing committee member, Kevin Paterson email@example.com.
Venue: 2019/2020 Events venue is in different venues, please link to each event for detail.
- Aberdeen Branch meetings are held the last Tuesday in the month from September to May.
- Aberdeen Branch meetings start 18:00
- The Technical Presentation starts at 18.30.
- There is complementary buffet and drinks are from 18;00 onwards.
- The meeting generally closes around 20:00.
Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University,
Latest News & Newsletters
The branch held its 5th event of the 19/20 season at RGU Aberdeen, with a paper entitled “Structural Integrity Issues: under-deck, air-gap, splash zone assessment / deterioration / repair mechanisms, (for corroded / fatigued conductors, caissons and risers)” by Chris...
The Institute of Corrosion continues to follow the official UK government guidelines on how to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Our major priority is the safety and welfare of our members, officers and staff. With that in mind and in line with government...
The Application of bismuth based alloys to address Oilfield challenges” by, Paul Carragher (BiSN), Lance Underwood (BiSN) and Angus MacLeod (BP)
Aberdeen Branch The branch held its 4th event of the 2019/2020 session at its usual venue, RGU, with a presentation on “The Application of bismuth based alloys to address Oilfield challenges” by, Paul Carragher (BiSN), Lance Underwood (BiSN) and Angus MacLeod (BP)....
The annual ICorr corrosion induction presentation was given on September 26 at Aberdeen University by Zahra Lotfi, the branch University Liaison and CPD Officer. This event was excellently organised with the support of Dr. M. Amir Siddiq of the School of Engineering,...
The 3rd Technical Meeting of the 2019/2020 Aberdeen Branch Session, was held on 29 October. This was a double header event with Dr Gareth Hinds, the current ICorr President speaking about “Growing the Institute Membership, and the ICorr Awards”, and later on, Matt...
The branch opened its 2019-2020 session on 27 August with two linked events on MIC – Microbiologically Induced Corrosion. The well-attended Annual Corrosion Awareness Day (CAD) had a full day teaching programme on MIC risks, mitigations, modelling and bacterial...
The Aberdeen ICorr Branch is very pleased to announce the addition of 3 New Members to its Committee: Jonathan Segynola, MSc, Senior Integrity Engineer – Offshore West Africa, (CNR International UK Ltd, Aberdeen). Mei Ling Cheah, MSc, Corrosion Engineer, (LR - Lloyd's...
The ICorr Induction presentation was performed in September 26th at Aberdeen University by Zahra Lotfi, who is currently Aberdeen ICorr Branch (University Liaison and CPD Officer). This event was excellently organised and the related flyers were circulated well in...
Aberdeen Branch – Opening Events 2019/2020 on MIC – Microbiologically Induced Corrosion & Annual Corrosion Awareness Day
The New Aberdeen Chair Stephen Tate welcomed attendees to its Annual Corrosion Awareness Event The Aberdeen Branch opened its 2019-2020 session on 27/08/2019, with 2 linked events on MIC – Microbiologically Induced Corrosion. Its well-attended Annual Corrosion...
Local Technical Programme
Download 2016/17 Technical Presentations
2019/2020 Institute of Corrosion Aberdeen Presentations
2018/2019 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
2017/2018 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
2016/2017 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
2015/2016 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
2014/2015 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
Joint Event with TWI in September 2014 on 25 Apr 2017, 14:45 Aberdeen ICorr
2013/2014 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
January 2014 Technical Presentation om 25 Apr 2017, 14:43 Aberdeen ICorr
2012/2013 ICorr Aberdeen Presentations
Corrosion Awareness Day Archive