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, to include; IMechE, IOM3, Institute of Welding, Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Venue: 2018/2019 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.
Sir Ian Wood Building,
Robert Gordon University,
Latest News & Newsletters
The March meeting was an industrial event at ICR, Bridge of Don, with group presentations and demonstrations of three of ICR’s core business activities. ICR have specialised tooling and trained engineers, who deal with the insertion and retrieval of corrosion...read more
The branch was very fortunate to have some excellent speakers for its winter meetings at Robert Gordon University (RGU) which attracted good audiences. Dr Ed Whyte, principal corrosion engineer, and Paul McCarthy, of Plant Integrity Management (PIM) commenced the Q1...read more
The branch was very pleased to welcome retiring ICorr President Sarah Vasey on her farewell tour, to the committee Christmas dinner, which was held at the beginning of December. Sarah has taken a great interest in the work of the branch, as with other UK Branches that...read more
The branch has now moved its activities to the Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University (RGU), which provides ‘State of the Art’ Teaching / AV Facilities, and kicked off its new session with some thoughtful insights into the complex issue of Preferential Weld...read more
A NEW HOME – A… NEW BEGINNING ! YES – WE ARE MOVING FROM THE PALM COURT TO - A SPLENDID NEW FACILITY – AB10 7G MORE SPACE – MORE TECHNOLOGY ! ICorr Aberdeen A New Home in the 2018-2019 Session - RGUread more
The Annual Aberdeen CAD Event this year took place at the Training Centre of our Key Sponsor - Emerson Solutions Automation, who generously provided numerous Training Materials, expert Technical Demonstrations and of course some first class Catering. Our Attendees (45...read more
ICorr Aberdeen AGM meeting & Industrial Visit to Sonomatic- Presentations and Showcasing Kit and Facilities on overcoming and Identifying Corrosion/Integrity Challenges
The 5th branch event of 2018 took place on Tuesday 29th May 2018 with 46 attendees and with 29 CPD Certificate’s issued on conclusion of the Event. The evening opened with a short AGM and election of a new committee for 2018-2019 session. Next year’s Technical...read more
The third branch event of 2018 took place on Tuesday the 27th March, with 32 attendees representing major companies including, Aberdeen Foundries, ABR Engineering, Atkins, Axiom NDT, CAN Offshore Ltd, DNV GL, ICR Integrity Ltd, Lloyds Register, Lux Assure Ltd, Maersk...read more
Subsea Inspection – The Future by George Gair of Subsea 7 and Integrity Management of Brownfield Projects: Challenges and Rewards by Monzar Najami – Principal Inspection Engineer of Oceaneering International
George Gair of Subsea 7, commenced the evening session with a thought provoking theme ‘Subsea Inspection – The Future’ that considered many aspects of the current cost reduction environment, where there is a major focus now on how to reduce costs by incorporating new...read more
Local Technical Programme
Download 2016/17 Technical Presentations
Aberdeen Branch Sponsors
ICorr Aberdeen would appreciate the following Branch Sponsors in the 2018/2019 Session:
- Deepwater EU Ltd
- IMG Composites Ltd
- Independent Corrosion Services Ltd
- Lloyd’s Register EMEA
- Macaw Engineering Ltd
- Oceaneering International Services Limited
- Permasense Ltd
- Total E & P UK Ltd
- Aberdeen Foundries
ICORR GOLD SPONSORS – Corrpro Companies Europe Ltd, Pipeline Technique, Pittsburgh Coming
ICORR SUSTAINING SPONSORS – CAN Offshore, Denholm Industrial Service Ltd, Element Material Technology, ICR, Lake Chemical&Minerals Ltd, Lux Azzure Ltd, Oceaneering International Services, Plant Integrity Management, PMAC System, Presserv Ltd, R&R Corrosion Ltd, Sonomatic Limited, Spencer Coating
For more information about becoming a local branch sponsor please contact our Sponsorship/ Marketing committee member, Kevin Paterson email@example.com.
Aberdeen Committee Members
Dr. Yunnan Gao
Tel: 01224 – 263415
Secretary for External Affairs
Secretary for internal Affairs
Dr. Nigel Owen
University Liaison & CPD Officer
Dr. Philip Enegela
Aberdeen Branch Email address