Corrosion Engineering Division (CED)

CED Working Day and Symposium on ‘Managing Corrosion in Low-Carbon Energy Technologies’, Wednesday 28 April 2021, online Zoom meeting.

This one-day meeting is the latest in a series of recent working days of the CED. This year’s meeting is also a designated EFC meeting, and will be wide ranging and cover many aspects of managing corrosion in Low-Carbon Energy Technologies. After the talks, the meeting will break up into the individual CED working groups. The 2021 Paul McIntyre Award will also be presented after the morning lectures.

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@jacobs.com). A detailed leaflet on the event, which also includes a registration form, is included in this magazine.

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