The Institute of Corrosion is running meetings of both the Corrosion Science Division (CSD) and the Corrosion Engineering Division (CED) as part of the Electrochem 2019 conference, which is being held from 26-28 August at Strathclyde University, as follows:
1. The Corrosion Science Symposium will include presentations on the electrochemical aspects of corrosion science and will cover state of the art developments in fundamental corrosion science. Presentations will be given in on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th August. This symposium will include presentation of the U.R. Evans award to the 2019 winner, Tetsuo Shoji.
2. The Corrosion Engineering Day will take place on Wednesday 28th August only. In the morning there will be a series of invited lectures from experienced practitioners on the theme of ‘Electrochemical Corrosion Monitoring in Industrial Applications’. This symposium will include presentation of the Paul McIntyre award to the 2019 winner, Steve Paterson. In the afternoon CED working group meetings will take place (Coatings, Oil and Gas, Nuclear, CP, Corrosion in Concrete). A day rate option is available on the registration page for people attending the CED meeting only. Attendance at the working group meetings only is free of charge. Please email Nick Smart (firstname.lastname@example.org) to indicate which working group meeting(s) you plan to attend.
Full details about registration etc. are available at https://www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/chemicalprocessengineering/electrochem2019/
Please note that the early bird registration fees expire on June 21st.
We look forward to seeing you there.