25-27 August 2022
Corrosion directly and indirectly impacts all societal infrastructures, including transportation facilities, offshore and onshore energy grid, sewage systems, drinking water systems, renewable fuel generation and storage, and maritime vessels and structures. Infrastructure plays an irreplaceable role in our society and yet is faced with increasingly greater challenges in terms of increased utilization and the drive for sustainability and reduced ecological impact. However, with the increased global temperatures and resulting environmental changes, understanding and managing the role of materials degradation and material selection in our industries, environment, and society, becomes an even more urgent topic for the next generation of corrosion experts and industry professionals.
This school is a great opportunity for graduate students and post-docs for further specialized training and to network with other colleagues. It directly preceds the EUROCORR 2022 in Berlin, which gives an excellent possibility to attend both events!
COST Action CA20130 was invited to give a presentation at NCC18 in Turku, Finland, from May 31 to June 2, 2022 on the latest developments of our work and plans for the future. It was very well received by the audience.
Since 1954, the Nordic Corrosion Conference (NCC) has gathered researchers from all Nordic countries to network, exchange ideas, and present the latest results on the multilateral field of corrosion. Åbo Akademi University organizes the conference. After the successful NCC meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2018, the next 18th NCC meeting takes place in Turku, Finland.
Over the three days, the 18th NCC will address the newest developments in corrosion research, covering various industrial applications and technological areas. To name a few, the broad variety of topics contains fundamental research, equipment method, material design, and corrosion prevention.