CED Working Day and Symposium on ‘Corrosion Control in Transport and Infrastructure’

Wednesday 29 April- The National Railway Museum

Institute of Corrosion’s Corrosion Engineering Division


‘Corrosion Control in Transport and Infrastructure’

This one day meeting will be the latest in a series of recent working days of the Institute of Corrosion’s Corrosion Engineering Division. The meeting will be held at the National Railway Museum, York. This year’s meeting is wide ranging and covers Corrosion Control in Transport and Infrastructure. After the talks, the meeting will break up into the individual CED working groups. In parallel there will be a chance to visit the railway museum. Where possible, agendas for the working group meetings will be published separately in advance on the CED web site (https://www.icorr.org/icorr-structure/). The 2020 Paul McIntyre Award will be presented after the morning lectures. This working day will be a good opportunity to network with other corrosion professionals from different industry sectors and to learn about some of the latest developments in the field of corrosion control in a variety of transport and infrastructure applications across diverse industries. For information on becoming involved with CED working parties please see the CED web site or contact the Chair of CED, Nick Smart (nick.smart@woodplc.com). For registration to attend the meeting, please complete and return the registration form.

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