Avrupa Korozyon Kongresi 2012

Invitation To Eurocorr 2012
Turkish Corrosion Association has committed, with great
enthusiasm, to host the most important European event for
corrosion science and engineering, EUROCORR 2012. We
are also very happy to organize this meeting in Istanbul, one of
the World’s most important cities, lying between and embracing
two Continents, Asia and Europe and separated with one of the
World’s most beautiful straits; Bosphorus.
Corrosion not only causes nearly 2,000 billion dollars worth of
damage for the inhabitants of our planet each year but also
severely endangers their safety. This concept thus constitutes
the main theme of our conference “Safer World Through Better
Corrosion Control”. In Turkey the relentless geographical
reality of earthquakes are not forgiving of recklessness and
indifference to corrosion protection.
Istanbul is a splendid setting for dissemination of new knowledge
and intense exchange of ideas and information on corrosion
and corrosion protection between scientists and technical
executives and professionals from all over the world.
The conference programme, including oral and poster
presentations, also features workshops covering hottest
topics through the active involvement and contribution of all
interested parties and plenary and invited lectures from the
most distinguished scientists.
On the occasion of EUROCORR 2012, I am proud and
honoured to invite you to Istanbul where old and new, traditional
and modern, reality and mystery harmoniously intertwined with
each other. Istanbul is welcoming you and hoping that your stay
will be both scientifically and personally an exciting experience.
Ali Fuat Çakır
Corrosion Association in Turkey
EUROCORR 2012 Chairman
International Scientific Committee
Dates to note
10 February 2012 Deadline for submission of abstracts
April 2012 Notification to authors
June 2012 Preliminary programme
15 July 2012 Submission of full manuscripts for the CD-ROM
15 July 2012 Deadline for early and authors’ registration

 

International Scientific Committee

Chairman
Ali Fuat Çakır Istanbul Technical University/TR
Co-Chairmen
Damien Féron STAC Chairman, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette/F
Philippe Marcus EFC President, Chimie ParisTech/F
Members
Roman Bender DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Michel Bonis Total S.A., Pau/F
Jean-Pierre Celis Katholieke Universiteit Leuven/B
Thierry Chevrot Total S.A., Paris-La Défense/F
Robert A. Cottis University of Manchester/UK
Philippe Dillmann CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette/F
Wilhelm Erning Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing,
Berlin/D
Lorenzo Fedrizzi University of Udine/I
Christopher M. Fowler Exova Group, Dudley W. Midlands/UK and NACE
International, Houston, TX/USA
Wolfram Fürbeth DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Rolf Gubner Curtin University of Technology/AUS
Fouzia Hannour Tata Steel Research Development & Technology,
Ijmuiden/NL
Don Harrop BP International Ltd., Sunbury-on-Thames
Middlesex/UK
Juliet Ippolito Spanwise snc, Naples/I
Ulf H. Kivisäk AB Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken/S
Willi Meier DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
J.M.C. Arjan Mol Delft University of Technology/NL
Rudolf Morach Intertek Expert Services, Basel/CH
Alexander V. Muradov Gubkin Russian State University of Oil & Gas,
Moscow/RUS
Vigdis Olden SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim/N
Michael Raupach RWTH Aachen University/D
Marcel Roche Le Mesnil-le-Roi/F
François Ropital IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F
Günter Schmitt IFINKOR, Iserlohn/D
Michael Schütze DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Judit Telegdi Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest/HU
Jörg Vogelsang Sika Technology AG, Zürich/CH
Krzysztof Wolski École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de
Saint-Étienne/F

International Scientific Committee
Dates to note
10 February 2012 Deadline for submission of abstracts
April 2012 Notification to authors
June 2012 Preliminary programme
15 July 2012 Submission of full manuscripts for the CD-ROM
15 July 2012 Deadline for early and authors’ registration
Chairman
Ali Fuat Çakır Istanbul Technical University/TR
Co-Chairmen
Damien Féron STAC Chairman, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette/F
Philippe Marcus EFC President, Chimie ParisTech/F
Members
Roman Bender DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Michel Bonis Total S.A., Pau/F
Jean-Pierre Celis Katholieke Universiteit Leuven/B
Thierry Chevrot Total S.A., Paris-La Défense/F
Robert A. Cottis University of Manchester/UK
Philippe Dillmann CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette/F
Wilhelm Erning Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing,
Berlin/D
Lorenzo Fedrizzi University of Udine/I
Christopher M. Fowler Exova Group, Dudley W. Midlands/UK and NACE
International, Houston, TX/USA
Wolfram Fürbeth DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Rolf Gubner Curtin University of Technology/AUS
Fouzia Hannour Tata Steel Research Development & Technology,
Ijmuiden/NL
Don Harrop BP International Ltd., Sunbury-on-Thames
Middlesex/UK
Juliet Ippolito Spanwise snc, Naples/I
Ulf H. Kivisäk AB Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken/S
Willi Meier DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
J.M.C. Arjan Mol Delft University of Technology/NL
Rudolf Morach Intertek Expert Services, Basel/CH
Alexander V. Muradov Gubkin Russian State University of Oil & Gas,
Moscow/RUS
Vigdis Olden SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim/N
Michael Raupach RWTH Aachen University/D
Marcel Roche Le Mesnil-le-Roi/F
François Ropital IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize/F
Günter Schmitt IFINKOR, Iserlohn/D
Michael Schütze DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main/D
Judit Telegdi Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest/HU
Jörg Vogelsang Sika Technology AG, Zürich/CH
Krzysztof Wolski École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de

Scientific And Technical Area
Contributions are welcome in any of the EFC
Working Party (WP) areas of interest:
The main work of the Federation is conducted through Working Parties of
which 19 are currently active.
WP 1 : Corrosion and Scale Inhibition
WP 3 : Corrosion by Hot Gases and Combustion Products
WP 4 : Nuclear Corrosion
WP 5 : Environment Sensitive Fracture
WP 6 : Surface Science and Mechanisms of Corrosion and Protection
WP 7 : Corrosion Education and Computer Applications
WP 8 : Physico-chemical Methods of Corrosion Testing
WP 9 : Marine Corrosion
WP 10 : Microbial Corrosion
WP 11 : Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
WP 13 : Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production
WP 14 : Coatings
WP 15 : Corrosion in the Refinery Industry
WP 16 : Cathodic Protection
WP 17 : Automotive Corrosion
WP 18 : Tribo-Corrosion
WP 19 : Corrosion of Polymer Materials
WP 20 : Corrosion and Corrosion Protection of Drinking Water Systems
WP 21 : Corrosion of Archaeological and Historical Artifacts
Special Workshops / Round Tables
In addition to these sessions, special workshops and joint sessions
will be organised, including
(Provisional list):
• Joining of Dislike Materials, a Potential Source of
Corrosion Problems
• Common Workshop “Mechanisms of Environmentally
Assisted Cracking”

Submission of Abstracts
The selection of the presentations (orals and posters) will be
based on the review of one-page abstracts (incl. figures) by
the scientific committee. The abstract should be typed singlespaced
(12 pt. Arial font or equivalent, 2.5 cm margins, page
size A4) and should include the title, authors, their affiliations
and their contact information.
Paper submissions are accepted only via internet at
www.eurocorr.org from October 2011 and by 10 February
2012 at the latest.
For more detailed information on submissions please visit our
webpage at www.eurocorr.org
All accepted abstracts will be published in a book of abstracts,
and will be distributed during the congress.
Proceedings
Full papers of all accepted lectures and posters will be available
on CD-ROM at the congress. Accordingly, please send us your
full paper by July 15, 2012 the latest.
Please note: abstracts and full papers that are not submitted
Please note: abstracts and full papers that are not submitted
by the prescribed deadline will not be included in the CD-ROM.
Total size of the full paper should not exceed 1 MB.
Information about the authors will be available on the website in
a timely manner.
For further details, please contact the congress office at
www.eurocorr.org
Short Course on Tribocorrosion
This introductory course to tribocorrosion is intended to
familiarise students, young researchers, mechanical and
chemical engineers, bio-engineers, maintenance responsible,
material experts etc. with the basic and practical aspects of
tribology, corrosion, and their combined effect on material
degradation and protection issues.
It provides a well-structured approach of the scientific and
technological basics needed to investigate the tribocorrosion
behaviour of passivating materials. It explains how to conduct in
a correct way a laboratory investigation on it, which experimental
techniques are relevant, and how to analyse correctly the
experimental data gathered.
Further information is available at the conference website.
www.eurocorr.org

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