EUROCORR 2018

  • Author/Organiser: Polish Corrosion Society, PSK, together with the European Federation of Corrosion and DECHEMA
  • Event Website: http://www.eurocorr.org
  • Event Date: 09 September 2018 to 13 September 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: ICE Kraków Congress Center, Krakow, Poland
  • Associated Societies: DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany
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The Congress has the motto "Applied Science with constant Awareness". The scientific programme gives an opportunity to catch up with the most recent and reliable scientific results and the latest industrial achievements, and to take part in the development of new standards and regulations in the subject of corrosion control.

As always during EUROCORR, each day 10 to 12 parallel sessions will run, some dealing with the most important general corrosion problems and some focusing on those specific to each branch of industry.

 

Working Party (WP) / Task Force (TF) sessions

  • Corrosion and Scale Inhibition (WP1)
  • Corrosion by Hot Gases and Combustion Products (WP3)
  • Nuclear Corrosion (WP4)
  • Environment Sensitive Fracture (WP5)
  • Surface Science and Mechanisms of Corrosion and Protection (WP6)
  • Corrosion Education (WP7)
  • Physico-chemical Methods of Corrosion Testing (WP8)
  • Marine Corrosion (WP9)
  • Microbial Corrosion (WP10)
  • Corrosion of Steel in Concrete (WP11)
  • Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production (WP13)
  • Coatings (WP14)
  • Corrosion in Refinery and Petrochemistry (WP15)
  • Cathodic Protection (WP16)
  • Automotive Corrosion (WP17)
  • Tribo-Corrosion (WP18)
  • Corrosion of Polymer Materials (WP19)
  • Corrosion and Corrosion Protection of Drinking Water Systems (WP20)
  • Corrosion of Archaeological and Historical Artefacts (WP21)
  • Corrosion Control in Aerospace (WP22)
  • Corrosion Reliability of Electronics (WP23)
  • CO2-Corrosion in CCS-Applications (TF CO2)
  • Atmospheric Corrosion (TF)

 

Workshops and Joint Sessions

 

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