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. Our current working partners are: AFBE, BINDT, EI, IMechE, IOM3, MCF, NACE, SPE, TWI, and our supporting Universities – Aberdeen and RGU.
Aberdeen Committee Members
Dr. Olubayo Latinwo
Secretary for External Affairs
Dr Nigel Owen
Secretary for internal Affairs
Lian Ling Beh
Financial Officer/ Treasurer
University Liaison & CPD Officer
TBA ( New Member)
Dr. Yunnan Gao (Immediate Past President)
Membership and Young Engineers programme Coordinator (new 2021-22)
Mei Ling Cheah
Committee Member (Observers)
YEP Mentors’ / Case Study Coordinator (New 2021-2022)
Dr. Steve Paterson
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 appreciates continuing loyal support from the following Branch Sponsors in the 2021/2022 Session:
- ABERDEEN FOUNDRIES
- INDEPENDENT CORROSION SERVICES LTD
- OIL & GAS CORROSION
- ROSEN ENGINEERING LTD
- TOTAL ENERGIES
- VYSUS GROUP
New Institute of Corrosion Aberdeen Branch SPONSORS – Axess, Corrocoat, NCIMB, Oil & Gas Corrosion, Stork and Vysus.
Institute of Corrosion GOLD SPONSORS – Corrpro Companies Europe Ltd, Helvetica Technical Consulting Sagl, Midis Energy Services Ltd, Miller Fabrications Ltd, Pipeline Technique, Pittsburgh Corning.
Institute of Corrosion SUSTAINING SPONSORS – CAN Offshore, Denholm Industrial Services Ltd, Element Material Technology, ICR, Lake Chemicals & Minerals Ltd, Lux Assure Ltd, Oceaneering, Plant Integrity Management, R&R Corrosion Ltd, Sonomatic Limited.
If You Would Like to Become a Branch Sponsor Please Contact our New Sponsorship Officer: Dr Olubayo Latinwo ICorrABZ@gmail.com
Venue: 2020/2021 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.
Please note that all Events are currently being held Online. Please register to join our Mailing List by contacting: ICorrABZ@gmail.com
Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University,
ICorr are jointly promoting with EFC the following Event, as a follow-up to the April EFC Corrosion Awareness Day. ICorr/EFC/CR are focusing on a new generation of young engineers who will be at the heart of combatting corrosion challenges of the future and playing an...
Presented by: Dr Georg Sergi, Technical Director of Vector Corrosion Technology
The SPE Virtual International Oilfield Corrosion Conference and Exhibition, taking place across 16–17 June 2021, will bring together international scientists, researchers and academics to explore the latest challenges facing the oilfield corrosion community including...
Following on from the very successful lunchtime webinar series covering Pipeline Coatings, Linings and Cathodic Protection Safety Considerations, with MCF, the branch held its annual joint technical meeting with the Energy Institute (EI) on 26 January 2021 on the...
Same as 2020, the MCF (Marine Corrosion Forum) – ICorr (Institute of Corrosion) Annual April Event in Aberdeen are opening the virtual doors for all ICorr / MCF members and their guests in 2021. For the Special Webinar Week 26/04/2021 to 30/04/2021, 5x one-hour Lunch...
Aberdeen November Branch Meeting – Saving their skin (and other organs): Military and police personal armour
Saving their skin (and other organs): Military and police personal armour Presented by Professor Debra Carr (CEng FIMMM FCSFS CF), Defence and Security Accelerator. DASA
In October the branch hosted a 2-part Non-Intrusive inspection (NII) webinar. The two speakers skilfully interweaved their presentations to explain the background to recent NII adoption, and the practical aspects of the new HOIS, for the benefit of a large corrosion...
The Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) Aberdeen branch would like to invite you (or your colleague) to give a presentation during our next 2021/2022 Session. Please note that currently all the ICorr Aberdeen branch meetings are held virtually however, depending on the...
For the 2020-21 session, the branch is pleased to welcome Dr Muhammad Ejaz PhD, CEng FICorr, FIMMM as its new Chair, together with a very strong and diverse branch committee, whose details can be found at, https://www.icorr.org/aberdeen/ Aberdeen started its new...
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Local Technical Programme
Joint Event with TWI in September 2014 on 25 Apr 2017, 14:45 Aberdeen ICorr
January 2014 Technical Presentation om 25 Apr 2017, 14:43 Aberdeen ICorr
Corrosion Awareness Day Archive