Welcome to the London 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.
Venue: The Lancaster Hall hotel, 35 Craven Terrace London, W2 3EL
London Branch meetings are held every 2nd Thursday in the month from September to May.
The evening events start at 18.00 with complimentary drinks.
The Technical Presentation starts at 18.30.
There is complementary buffet and a full bar from 19.30 onwards.
The meeting generally closes around 21.00.
The Lancaster Hall hotel
The Lancaster Hall hotel, 35 Craven Terrace London, W2 3EL
Latest News & Newsletters
The next meeting of the branch is a joint meeting with Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), being held at the SCI offices, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London, on 26 September at 17.30. The theme of the evening is “Offshore Energy and Telegraph Cables” and will be chaired by...
The branch AGM was held in March, which was followed by the “President’s talk”. The chairman, Paul Brook, reviewed the activities of the branch over the past year and noted that we had had excellent presentations. The Treasurer, Jim Glynn, announced that again our...
Organised by SCI’s London Group and the Institute of Corrosion – London Branch The Evening Chair will be John T O’Shea, Hon ICorr Life Fellow Thursday 26 September 2019, 17:30 for 18:00 SCI, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PS, UK Book today! Free registration E:...
The February talk was by Dr Bijan Kermani of KeyTech, on corrosion, the outlook, challenges and future of the discipline, particularly in regards to hydrocarbon production. Having briefly touched on the economics of corrosion in the oil and gas industry, Bijan went on...
The January talk by Dr Patricia Conder, Sonomatic Ltd, was on “Pipework Corrosion: Prediction and Reality”, and how differences in the spatial pattern of internal pipework corrosion, be it patchy or more uniform, impacts on the effectiveness of inspection, and how...
Dr Patrica Conder receiving a token of appreciation from Trevor Osborne, together with Paul Barnes, branch chairman The January talk of ICorr London branch by Dr Patricia Conder, Sonomatic Ltd, was on “Pipework Corrosion : Prediction and Reality”, and how differences...
At the October meeting, Paolo Marcassoli from Cescor gave a very interesting talk on the use of Finite Element Method (FEM) in Cathodic Protection Design. Paolo introduced the advantages of FEM modelling, explained its mathematical principles and presented case...
Institute of Corrosion London Branch Meeting January 2019 – Pipework Corrosion Prediction and Reality
We are pleased to announce that the speaker at the January the 10th meeting at Imperial College will be Dr Patricia Conder of Sonomatic. She will be giving a talk on internal corrosion of pipework. as we all know this can be patchy and unpredictable on a small scale...
The 2018 YEP culminated in the teams presenting their findings on the Case Study at Imperial College on Thursday 8th November. This was 12 months of work for the delegates who have worked through modules that span the breadth and depth of our industry. It was a truly...
London Branch Committee Members
Vice Chair: Ben Moorhouse
Events: Trevor Osborne
Treasurer: James Glynn
Secretary: Steve Barke
Web Updates: David Mobbs
Young ICorr: Sarah Vasey
Invitations: George Winning(Speakers)
Membership Development: David Mobbs
Public Relation: Brian Goldie
Committee Member: Mash Biagioli
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