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1st Corrosion and Materials Degradation Web Conference

17–19 May 2021

Corrosion: Mechanism, Monitoring and Mitigation, Materials Degradation, Emerging Domains
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Award Winners

We are pleased to announce that the CMDWC 2021 Best Contribution Awards, sponsored by Corrosion and Materials Degradation, have been granted to :

Towards understanding hydrogen embrittlement of duplex atainless steel using operando high-energy X-ray diffraction and digital image correlation technique - Cem Örnek*, Timo Müller, Bilgehan Murat Şeşen, Ulf Kivisäkk, Fan Zhang, Marie Långberg, Ulrich Lienert, Arno Jeromin, Mustafa Kamil Ürgen, Thomas Keller, Edvin Lundgren, Jinshan Pan

Self-healing anticorrosive coatings: Contributions from the phytochemicals - Sarah Ulaeto*, Rajan T.P.D.



We are pleased to announce that the CMDWC 2021 Best Presentation Awards, sponsored by TriDurLE, have been granted to :

The corrosion behavior of 316L stainless steel additively manufactured by direct energy deposition process - Tomer Ron*, Avi Leon, Amnon Shirizly, Eli Aghion

Corrosion behavior of Al7Cu0.2Si0.2Zn0.2Mg0.1 complex concentrated alloy, in 3wt% and 5wt% NaCl solution - Vonica Denisa*, Mitrica Dumitru, Burada Marian, Olaru Mihai Tudor, Serban Beatrice Adriana, Badea Cristina Ioana, Anasiei Ioana

Welcome from the Chairs

It is our sincere pleasure and great honor to announce the “1st Corrosion and Materials Degradation Web Conference” (CMDWC 2021). The conference is organized by the MDPI open access journals Corrosion and Materials Degradation (CMD) and Materials and will be held online from 17 to 19 May 2021.

Corrosion, along with the science and technology of its mitigation, is a long-lived and fascinating subject. It is among the most common forms of material degradation that poses enormous challenges to a variety of industries and can even impact our health. The vexing problem of corrosion continues to cost our society very dearly and has repercussions on the application of new and critical technologies. CMDWC 2021 will present disruptive and novel approaches to corrosion mitigation whose exploitation appears commercially attractive, while also promoting cutting-edge advancements in traditional approaches.

All scientists or engineers working on corrosion as well as those studying the mechanical degradation of materials are welcome to join this event and share their findings on the following general and related themes. Note that this list is not exclusive.

  • Mechanism and Predictive/Deterministic Aspects of Corrosion
  • Corrosion in Concrete and Porous Media
  • Materials Degradation in Defence and Civilian Aircrafts
  • Composite and Bonded Structures
  • Corrosion Assessment and Management
  • Atmospheric Corrosion of Materials
  • Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
  • Corrosion Barrier Coatings
  • Corrosion and Degradation of Biomaterials
  • Fatigue and Creep Degradations
  • Degradation of Additively Manufactured Materials
  • Corrosion in Nuclear Industries
  • High-Temperature Corrosion
  • Corrosion Mitigation

CMDWC 2021 will allow you to share and discuss your most recent research findings with the vibrant worldwide community of scientists and engineers in the field. Moreover, during the conference, numerous internationally renowned speakers will share their current state-of-the-art research through a series of live-streaming webinars, which will also include comprehensive Q&A sessions. Participation in and "attendance" to the CMDWC2021 are FREE of charge.

Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the conference committee. All accepted abstracts will be available online for discussion and for rating during the conference period. Authors will also have the option to include a slide, poster or video presentation of their work to be displayed online together with their abstract. The accepted abstracts and slide/poster/video presentations will be published in an issue of Materials Proceedings. After the conference, selected contributions will be invited for full manuscript submission for publication in the journals CMD and Materials (Impact Factor: 3.057).

We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting event.

Conference Chairs

Prof. Dr. Raman Singh

Monash University, Australia Website

DETAILS

Professor Raman Singh’s research interests comprise the nano-/microstructure and environment-assisted degradation, the fracture of metallic and composite materials, and the nanotechnology for advanced mitigation of such degradations. He has also worked extensively on the use of graphene and other advanced materials for corrosion mitigation, on stress corrosion cracking, and on corrosion and corrosion-mitigation of magnesium alloys (including their use in aerospace, defence and bioimplant applications). Prof. Singh is editor of several books, editor-in-chief and member of the Editorial Board of a few journals, leader/chairperson of a few international conferences and has given keynote lectures at several international conferences. He has authored over 220 peer-reviewed international journal publications, 15 book chapters and over 100 reviewed conference publications. Prof. Singh has also obtained several competitive research grants, including 4 Discovery, 7 Linkage, and one ITRH grant from the Australian Research Council. He has supervised 45 PhD students and his vibrant research group at Monash University currently consists of PhD students from different disciplines (Mechanical, Chemical, Materials and Civil Engineering, and Science) and different cultural backgrounds (Australian, Middle-Eastern, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, African, American and Israeli).

Bio
Professor Raman Singh’s research interests comprise the nano-/microstructure and environment-assisted degradation, the fracture of metallic and composite materials, and the nanotechnology for advanced mitigation of such degradations. He has also worked extensively on the use of graphene and other advanced materials for corrosion mitigation, on stress corrosion cracking, and on corrosion and corrosion-mitigation of magnesium alloys (including their use in aerospace, defence and bioimplant applications). Prof. Singh is editor of several books, editor-in-chief and member of the Editorial Board of a few journals, leader/chairperson of a few international conferences and has given keynote lectures at several international conferences. He has authored over 220 peer-reviewed international journal publications, 15 book chapters and over 100 reviewed conference publications. Prof. Singh has also obtained several competitive research grants, including 4 Discovery, 7 Linkage, and one ITRH grant from the Australian Research Council. He has supervised 45 PhD students and his vibrant research group at Monash University currently consists of PhD students from different disciplines (Mechanical, Chemical, Materials and Civil Engineering, and Science) and different cultural backgrounds (Australian, Middle-Eastern, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, African, American and Israeli).

Prof. Dr. Digby Macdonald

University of Berkeley, USA Website

DETAILS

Dr. Digby D. Macdonald is Professor in Residence in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the UC Berkeley. He holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s in Chemistry from the University of Auckland. He received his doctoral degree in Chemistry in 1969 from the University of Calgary. He is Khwarizmi Laureate in Fundamental science, Docteur Honoris Causa-INSA Lyon, Faraday Memorial Trust Gold Medallist, and Gibbs Award Recipient. Dr. Macdonald is also distinguished Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State University.

Bio
Dr. Digby D. Macdonald is Professor in Residence in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the UC Berkeley. He holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s in Chemistry from the University of Auckland. He received his doctoral degree in Chemistry in 1969 from the University of Calgary. He is Khwarizmi Laureate in Fundamental science, Docteur Honoris Causa-INSA Lyon, Faraday Memorial Trust Gold Medallist, and Gibbs Award Recipient. Dr. Macdonald is also distinguished Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State University.

Prof. Dr. Rhys Jones

Monash University, Australia Website

DETAILS

Dr. Rhys Jones is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University. His research focuses in developing a new repair technique to reduce the danger posed by ageing and corroded aircraft. His technique does more than simply patch up the problem; it restores the structural integrity of the metals involved. It is being tested by the Australian Defence Force and has drawn the attention of international aviation giants Boeing and Airbus. His research could improve the safety and life span of aircraft globally.

Bio
Dr. Rhys Jones is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University. His research focuses in developing a new repair technique to reduce the danger posed by ageing and corroded aircraft. His technique does more than simply patch up the problem; it restores the structural integrity of the metals involved. It is being tested by the Australian Defence Force and has drawn the attention of international aviation giants Boeing and Airbus. His research could improve the safety and life span of aircraft globally.

Conference Committee

Prof. Dr. David M. Bastidas

The University of Akron, USA

DETAILS

Dr. David M. Bastidas is Professor in the Department of Chemical, Biomolecular, and Corrosion Engineering at The University of Akron, US. He is faculty member and corrosion expert at the National Center for Education and Research on Corrosion & Materials Performance, NCERCAMP-UA (Akron, OH, US). D.M. Bastidas gained his PhD in Material Science and Engineering. He is Research Committee Member of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), Vice-Chairman of NACE RIP Symposium and Vice-Chairman of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete Research Committee of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC). He has been awarded the National Concrete and Corrosion Award in 2020. His scientific research focuses on corrosion and materials degradation, including corrosion of steel in concrete, corrosion in novel geopolymers, smart corrosion inhibitors, stress corrosion cracking, localized corrosion, atmospheric corrosion, and galvanic corrosion. Prof. D.M. Bastidas received the outstanding Research Career Award I3 Program from the Ministry of Science and Education in Spain. He has authored more than 100 scientific publications and produced numerous patents and books.

Bio
Dr. David M. Bastidas is Professor in the Department of Chemical, Biomolecular, and Corrosion Engineering at The University of Akron, US. He is faculty member and corrosion expert at the National Center for Education and Research on Corrosion & Materials Performance, NCERCAMP-UA (Akron, OH, US). D.M. Bastidas gained his PhD in Material Science and Engineering. He is Research Committee Member of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), Vice-Chairman of NACE RIP Symposium and Vice-Chairman of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete Research Committee of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC). He has been awarded the National Concrete and Corrosion Award in 2020. His scientific research focuses on corrosion and materials degradation, including corrosion of steel in concrete, corrosion in novel geopolymers, smart corrosion inhibitors, stress corrosion cracking, localized corrosion, atmospheric corrosion, and galvanic corrosion. Prof. D.M. Bastidas received the outstanding Research Career Award I3 Program from the Ministry of Science and Education in Spain. He has authored more than 100 scientific publications and produced numerous patents and books.

Prof. Dr. Mikhail Zheludkevich

Kiel University, Germany

DETAILS

Prof. Mikhail Zheludkevichis is currently Head of department of Corrosion and Surface Technologies at Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany. He is also professor at University of Kiel and invited researcher at University of Aveiro. In 1998, he graduated with distinction from the Belarusian State University and obtained his PhD degree in Physical Chemistry in 2002 from the same University. He started as a post-doc researcher in 2003 at University of Aveiro, where he later became a group leader. His research focuses on electrochemistry, multi-functional surfaces and active protection of light materials and multi-material systems. Additionally, he is a member of the technical group in Research Fund for Coal and Steel and is vice-chairman of the Aerospace Working Party at the European Federation of Corrosion. In 2010 Mikhail was awarded with a prize of Best Young Portuguese Electrochemist. Prof. Zheludkevich has published more than 140 ISI papers and 12 book chapters, and he is co-inventor in 12 patent applications.

Bio
Prof. Mikhail Zheludkevichis is currently Head of department of Corrosion and Surface Technologies at Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany. He is also professor at University of Kiel and invited researcher at University of Aveiro. In 1998, he graduated with distinction from the Belarusian State University and obtained his PhD degree in Physical Chemistry in 2002 from the same University. He started as a post-doc researcher in 2003 at University of Aveiro, where he later became a group leader. His research focuses on electrochemistry, multi-functional surfaces and active protection of light materials and multi-material systems. Additionally, he is a member of the technical group in Research Fund for Coal and Steel and is vice-chairman of the Aerospace Working Party at the European Federation of Corrosion. In 2010 Mikhail was awarded with a prize of Best Young Portuguese Electrochemist. Prof. Zheludkevich has published more than 140 ISI papers and 12 book chapters, and he is co-inventor in 12 patent applications.

Prof. Dr. Dominique Thierry

French Corrosion Institute, France

Prof. Dr. Judit Telegdi

Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungary

DETAILS

Prof. Dr. Judit Telegdi holds a PhD in Chemical Sciences from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is Professor Emeritus of Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Professor Emeritus of Óbuda University, Budapest. She is also a Board Member of Doctoral School of Materials Sciences and Technology of Óbuda University. Her main research fields are LB and self-assembled molecular nanolayers used for controlling chemical/electrochemical/microbiologically influenced corrosion and biofilm formation; correlation between molecular structure and activity in inhibition of corrosion and biofouling; olygo- and poly-condensates of natural chemicals; special coatings with self-healing and slow-release activities; and application of different surface analyzing techniques. Her results have produced 171 international publications, 18 book chapters and 12 patents. Her work has been cited more than 1500 independent times.

Bio
Prof. Dr. Judit Telegdi holds a PhD in Chemical Sciences from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is Professor Emeritus of Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Professor Emeritus of Óbuda University, Budapest. She is also a Board Member of Doctoral School of Materials Sciences and Technology of Óbuda University. Her main research fields are LB and self-assembled molecular nanolayers used for controlling chemical/electrochemical/microbiologically influenced corrosion and biofilm formation; correlation between molecular structure and activity in inhibition of corrosion and biofouling; olygo- and poly-condensates of natural chemicals; special coatings with self-healing and slow-release activities; and application of different surface analyzing techniques. Her results have produced 171 international publications, 18 book chapters and 12 patents. Her work has been cited more than 1500 independent times.

Prof. Dr. Kevin Ogle

University Paris Sciences et Lettres, France

Prof. Dr. Frank Cheng

University of Calgary, Canada

DETAILS

Dr. Frank Cheng is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Pipeline Engineering at the University of Calgary. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta in 2000. His research focuses on Pipeline Corrosion and Integrity Management, including external and internal corrosion of pipelines, microbial corrosion, erosion-corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen-induced cracking, defect assessment, corrosion modelling and micro-electrochemical measurements. He has published 3 books and 235 journal papers, with a total citation number exceeding 9,900 and an H-index of 63. He is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Canadian Distinguished Materials Scientist Award, the Metal Chemistry Award of Canadian Metallurgical and Materials Society, the H.H. Uhlig Award of NACE International, and Research Achievement Awards of the University of Calgary. He is an elected Fellow of NACE International.

Bio
Dr. Frank Cheng is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Pipeline Engineering at the University of Calgary. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta in 2000. His research focuses on Pipeline Corrosion and Integrity Management, including external and internal corrosion of pipelines, microbial corrosion, erosion-corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen-induced cracking, defect assessment, corrosion modelling and micro-electrochemical measurements. He has published 3 books and 235 journal papers, with a total citation number exceeding 9,900 and an H-index of 63. He is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Canadian Distinguished Materials Scientist Award, the Metal Chemistry Award of Canadian Metallurgical and Materials Society, the H.H. Uhlig Award of NACE International, and Research Achievement Awards of the University of Calgary. He is an elected Fellow of NACE International.

Prof. Dr. Cuie Wen

RMIT University, Australia

DETAILS

Dr. Cuie Wen is Distinguished Professor of Biomaterials Engineering at the School of Engineering, RMIT University. She was Professor of Surface Engineering at Swinburne University in 2010-2014. In 2003-2010, she worked at Deakin University, first as Research Fellow and later as Associate Professor. Dr. Wen has published over 400 peer-reviewed articles. She is an editorial board member for the journals of Acta Biomaterialia; Bioactive Materials; Corrosion and Materials Degradation, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine; and Smart Materials in Medicine, International Journal of Extreme Manufacturing. Her research interests include new biodegradable magnesium, iron, zinc and their alloys; biocompatible titanium alloys and scaffolds for biomedical applications; corrosion and degradation; surface modification; nanostructured metals, alloys and composites; metal foams and nanolaminates.

Bio
Dr. Cuie Wen is Distinguished Professor of Biomaterials Engineering at the School of Engineering, RMIT University. She was Professor of Surface Engineering at Swinburne University in 2010-2014. In 2003-2010, she worked at Deakin University, first as Research Fellow and later as Associate Professor. Dr. Wen has published over 400 peer-reviewed articles. She is an editorial board member for the journals of Acta Biomaterialia; Bioactive Materials; Corrosion and Materials Degradation, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine; and Smart Materials in Medicine, International Journal of Extreme Manufacturing. Her research interests include new biodegradable magnesium, iron, zinc and their alloys; biocompatible titanium alloys and scaffolds for biomedical applications; corrosion and degradation; surface modification; nanostructured metals, alloys and composites; metal foams and nanolaminates.

Prof. Dr. Luigi Calabrese

University of Messina, Italy

Prof. Dr. Fatima Montemor

University of Lisbon, Portugal

DETAILS

Dr. Montemor graduated in Chemical Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), School of Engineering, Technical University of Lisbon, in 1989 and obtained her Ph.D., also from Technical University of Lisbon, in 1995. Her research is focused on new surface functionalization strategies and development of novel coatings for improved performance of metallic parts (steels, Mg and Al alloys) which are used in various sectors such as transportation (automotive and aeronautics), construction (building and offshore), biomedical (bioresorbable implants) and energy production (petrochemistry) and storage (fuel cells, hydrogen storage, hybrid batteries and supercapacitors). The strategies aim at valorising metallic materials in conventional and novel Hi-Tech applications. She is co-author of 17 book chapters, more than 250 scientific papers published in International journals and above 300 works presented in international and national congresses. She is currently Full Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and researcher at CQE and Vice President for Research and International Affairs at Instituto Superior Técnico. In 2017-2019, she served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Instituto Superior Técnico and she currently serves as chairwoman of the TGA3 committee (RFCS-Cordis-EC). She was President of the European Federation of Corrosion (2015-2016), President of the Board of Directors of KIC Innoenergy Iberia (2016-2017) and expert of the TGS5 committee (RFCS-Cordis-EC). She is founding member of the company C2C-Newcap and of the CoLAb VG Energy Storage.

Bio
Dr. Montemor graduated in Chemical Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), School of Engineering, Technical University of Lisbon, in 1989 and obtained her Ph.D., also from Technical University of Lisbon, in 1995. Her research is focused on new surface functionalization strategies and development of novel coatings for improved performance of metallic parts (steels, Mg and Al alloys) which are used in various sectors such as transportation (automotive and aeronautics), construction (building and offshore), biomedical (bioresorbable implants) and energy production (petrochemistry) and storage (fuel cells, hydrogen storage, hybrid batteries and supercapacitors). The strategies aim at valorising metallic materials in conventional and novel Hi-Tech applications. She is co-author of 17 book chapters, more than 250 scientific papers published in International journals and above 300 works presented in international and national congresses. She is currently Full Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and researcher at CQE and Vice President for Research and International Affairs at Instituto Superior Técnico. In 2017-2019, she served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Instituto Superior Técnico and she currently serves as chairwoman of the TGA3 committee (RFCS-Cordis-EC). She was President of the European Federation of Corrosion (2015-2016), President of the Board of Directors of KIC Innoenergy Iberia (2016-2017) and expert of the TGS5 committee (RFCS-Cordis-EC). She is founding member of the company C2C-Newcap and of the CoLAb VG Energy Storage.

Prof. Dr. Philippe Refait

Université de La Rochelle, France

Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka

Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

DETAILS

Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka is currently a staff researcher at the Department of Corrosion and Surface Technology of Magnesium Innovation Centre at Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) in Germany. Dr. Lamaka co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers listed by Scopus, 6 book chapters and 3 granted patents. Her work attracted over 5000 citations and she has an h-index of 37. Dr. Lamaka graduated from Belarusian State University and worked at University of Aveiro and University of Lisbon before moving to Germany. Her current research interests lie in the domains of corrosion, surface modification and corrosion inhibition of Mg and Al alloys for engineering applications. She focuses on big data science and machine-learning methods for testing and computational screening of corrosion inhibitors. Dr. Lamaka also develops localized electrochemical techniques for in operando corrosion studies. These spatially resolved methods are indispensable for studying corrosion mechanisms of engineering materials and the biodegradation of temporary medical implants made of Mg, Zn and Fe alloys.

Bio
Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka is currently a staff researcher at the Department of Corrosion and Surface Technology of Magnesium Innovation Centre at Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) in Germany. Dr. Lamaka co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers listed by Scopus, 6 book chapters and 3 granted patents. Her work attracted over 5000 citations and she has an h-index of 37. Dr. Lamaka graduated from Belarusian State University and worked at University of Aveiro and University of Lisbon before moving to Germany. Her current research interests lie in the domains of corrosion, surface modification and corrosion inhibition of Mg and Al alloys for engineering applications. She focuses on big data science and machine-learning methods for testing and computational screening of corrosion inhibitors. Dr. Lamaka also develops localized electrochemical techniques for in operando corrosion studies. These spatially resolved methods are indispensable for studying corrosion mechanisms of engineering materials and the biodegradation of temporary medical implants made of Mg, Zn and Fe alloys.

Prof. Dr. Bernard Normand

University of Lyon, France

Prof. Dr. Jamie Quinton

Flinders University, Australia

Prof. Dr. Daniel John Blackwood

University of Singapore, Singapore

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Digby Macdonald

University of Berkeley, USA

Prof. Dr. Gerald Frankel

Ohio State University, USA

DETAILS

Localized Corrosion of Single Phase and Multiphase MPEAs

Gerald S. Frankel is Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Director of the Fontana Corrosion Center at the Ohio State University. He earned a Sc.B. degree in Materials Science Engineering from Brown University and a Sc.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT. Prior to joining OSU in 1995, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Technical Institute in Zurich and then a Research Staff Member at the IBM Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. His primary research interests are the passivation and localized corrosion of metals and alloys, corrosion inhibition, protective coatings and atmospheric corrosion. He is a member of the editorial board of The Journal of the Electrochemical Society and Corrosion and a fellow of NACE International, The Electrochemical Society, and ASM International. He received the W.R. Whitney Award from NACE International in 2015, the U.R. Evans Award from the UK Institute of Corrosion in 2011, OSU Distinguished Scholar Award in 2010, the 2010 ECS Corrosion Division H.H. Uhlig Award, and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Award for Senior US Scientists in 2004. From 2012-2016, he served as a member of the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board after being appointed by President Obama. In 2016, he became the director of a DOE-funded Engineering Frontier Research Center focused on the performance of nuclear waste forms.

Talk
Localized Corrosion of Single Phase and Multiphase MPEAs
Bio
Gerald S. Frankel is Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Director of the Fontana Corrosion Center at the Ohio State University. He earned a Sc.B. degree in Materials Science Engineering from Brown University and a Sc.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT. Prior to joining OSU in 1995, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Technical Institute in Zurich and then a Research Staff Member at the IBM Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. His primary research interests are the passivation and localized corrosion of metals and alloys, corrosion inhibition, protective coatings and atmospheric corrosion. He is a member of the editorial board of The Journal of the Electrochemical Society and Corrosion and a fellow of NACE International, The Electrochemical Society, and ASM International. He received the W.R. Whitney Award from NACE International in 2015, the U.R. Evans Award from the UK Institute of Corrosion in 2011, OSU Distinguished Scholar Award in 2010, the 2010 ECS Corrosion Division H.H. Uhlig Award, and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Award for Senior US Scientists in 2004. From 2012-2016, he served as a member of the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board after being appointed by President Obama. In 2016, he became the director of a DOE-funded Engineering Frontier Research Center focused on the performance of nuclear waste forms.

Prof. Dr. John Scully

University of Virginia, USA

DETAILS

Thermodynamic and Kinetic Factors Influencing the Composition of Passive Films on High Entropy Alloys

Dr. John R. Scully is Charles Henderson Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Co-Director of Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering at the University of Virginia, USA. He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in 1978 from The Johns Hopkins University. His primary research interest is to understand the relationships between a material's structure and composition and properties related to environmental degradation. He focuses on properties associated with hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking, localized corrosion, and passivity of materials. His historical current focus is on advanced aluminum, magnesium, titanium, ferrous and nickel-based alloys, as well as stainless steels and aluminum-based intermetallic compounds.

Talk
Thermodynamic and Kinetic Factors Influencing the Composition of Passive Films on High Entropy Alloys
Bio
Dr. John R. Scully is Charles Henderson Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Co-Director of Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering at the University of Virginia, USA. He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in 1978 from The Johns Hopkins University. His primary research interest is to understand the relationships between a material's structure and composition and properties related to environmental degradation. He focuses on properties associated with hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking, localized corrosion, and passivity of materials. His historical current focus is on advanced aluminum, magnesium, titanium, ferrous and nickel-based alloys, as well as stainless steels and aluminum-based intermetallic compounds.

Prof. Dr. Rhys Jones

Monash University, Australia

Dr. Carmen Andrade

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Prof. Dr. Mirna Urquidi-Macdonald

Pennsylvania State University, USA

DETAILS

Artificial Neural Networks in the Prediction of Corrosion

Dr. Mirna Urquidi-Macdonald is Professor Emeritus at The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Engineering Science and owner of the Mechanics Sabrina Technology. She has authored over 300 scholarly papers, published one book and two book chapters, and supervised more than 40 graduate students. Over the past twenty-three years, her research interests had revolved around designing, creating, and managing computer applications to solve engineering and scientific problems. While at Penn State University, she has actively fostered a “North/South” (Canada, US, Latin America) research program to address technical issues that transcend national borders and that require the development of interdisciplinary solutions.

Talk
Artificial Neural Networks in the Prediction of Corrosion
Bio
Dr. Mirna Urquidi-Macdonald is Professor Emeritus at The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Engineering Science and owner of the Mechanics Sabrina Technology. She has authored over 300 scholarly papers, published one book and two book chapters, and supervised more than 40 graduate students. Over the past twenty-three years, her research interests had revolved around designing, creating, and managing computer applications to solve engineering and scientific problems. While at Penn State University, she has actively fostered a “North/South” (Canada, US, Latin America) research program to address technical issues that transcend national borders and that require the development of interdisciplinary solutions.

Prof. Dr. Nick Birbilis

Australian National University, Australia

DETAILS

On the Corrosion of Lightweight Al-Based Compositionally Complex Alloy

Dr. Nick Birbilis is Deputy Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University. He has a PhD (2004) in Materials Engineering and was a postdoctoral fellow at The Ohio State University. Then he moved to Monash University (2013-18), where he was Head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the inaugural Woodside Innovation Chair. Dr. Birbilis is a passionate educator and passionate advocate for diversity in STEM, who enjoys working in projects of social relevance and impact. Prof. Birbilis’ research interests focus on materials design, materials durability, and sustainability. In other words, creating (from computational design to production) materials to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving world, ensuring such materials remain durable, and imposing responsible consideration of life cycle. Such areas of research involve the spectrum of advanced materials characterisation, electrochemistry, and machine learning. Nick has >300 publications and numerous patents. His research has been instrumental in the development of corrosion resistant lightweight alloys, and in elucidating the role of microstructure in the corrosion of engineering materials.

Talk
On the Corrosion of Lightweight Al-Based Compositionally Complex Alloy
Bio
Dr. Nick Birbilis is Deputy Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University. He has a PhD (2004) in Materials Engineering and was a postdoctoral fellow at The Ohio State University. Then he moved to Monash University (2013-18), where he was Head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the inaugural Woodside Innovation Chair. Dr. Birbilis is a passionate educator and passionate advocate for diversity in STEM, who enjoys working in projects of social relevance and impact. Prof. Birbilis’ research interests focus on materials design, materials durability, and sustainability. In other words, creating (from computational design to production) materials to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving world, ensuring such materials remain durable, and imposing responsible consideration of life cycle. Such areas of research involve the spectrum of advanced materials characterisation, electrochemistry, and machine learning. Nick has >300 publications and numerous patents. His research has been instrumental in the development of corrosion resistant lightweight alloys, and in elucidating the role of microstructure in the corrosion of engineering materials.

Dr. Alan Turnbull

National Physical Laboratory, UK

Prof. Dr. Ueli Angst

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Chaofang Dong

University of Science and Technology Beijing, China

DETAILS

Integrated Computation of Corrosion: Modelling, Simulation and Applications

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Integrated Computation of Corrosion: Modelling, Simulation and Applications

Dr. Brian Leis

B N Leis, Consultant, Inc.

DETAILS

Condition-Based Integrity Management: The Convergence of Inspection and Assessment Technologies

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Condition-Based Integrity Management: The Convergence of Inspection and Assessment Technologies

Prof. Dr. Gary S Was

University of Michigan, USA

DETAILS

Impact of Radiation on Corrosion and SCC of Austenitic Stainless Steels

Gary S. Was is Professor of Sustainable Energy, Environmental and Earth Systems Engineering, and holds appointments in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, and Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. He has held positions as Director of the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Energy Institute, Associate Dean of the College of Engineering and Chair of the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Department. Professor Was’s research is focused on materials for advanced nuclear energy systems and radiation materials science, including environmental and radiation effects on materials. He is a Fellow of TMS, MRS, ASM, NACE and ANS. Professor Was has published over 300 technical articles in referred, archival journals and delivered over 260 invited talks and seminars, published a graduate level textbook on Radiation Materials Science and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Nuclear Materials.

Talk
Impact of Radiation on Corrosion and SCC of Austenitic Stainless Steels
Bio
Gary S. Was is Professor of Sustainable Energy, Environmental and Earth Systems Engineering, and holds appointments in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, and Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. He has held positions as Director of the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Energy Institute, Associate Dean of the College of Engineering and Chair of the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Department. Professor Was’s research is focused on materials for advanced nuclear energy systems and radiation materials science, including environmental and radiation effects on materials. He is a Fellow of TMS, MRS, ASM, NACE and ANS. Professor Was has published over 300 technical articles in referred, archival journals and delivered over 260 invited talks and seminars, published a graduate level textbook on Radiation Materials Science and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Nuclear Materials.

Prof. Dr. Herman Terryn

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium

DETAILS

Dr. Herman Terryn is Professor at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Faculty of Engineering, and Head of the Department of Materials and Chemistry (IR-MACH). He has produced 17 book chapters, 528 scientific papers, 2 patents and supervised 57 defended PhDs. He was awarded with the Leonardo Da Vinci Helsinki Award in 2006; the Bronze medal for an outstanding project promoting and supporting the LifeLong Learning EU policy Award, Berlin, 2007; and the Eu-Award European Federation of Corrosion 2014, Pisa, Italy. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing.

Bio
Dr. Herman Terryn is Professor at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Faculty of Engineering, and Head of the Department of Materials and Chemistry (IR-MACH). He has produced 17 book chapters, 528 scientific papers, 2 patents and supervised 57 defended PhDs. He was awarded with the Leonardo Da Vinci Helsinki Award in 2006; the Bronze medal for an outstanding project promoting and supporting the LifeLong Learning EU policy Award, Berlin, 2007; and the Eu-Award European Federation of Corrosion 2014, Pisa, Italy. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing.

Prof. Dr. Inger Odnevall

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

DETAILS

The Interplay Between Atmospheric Corrosion and Antimicrobial Properties of Copper and Copper-Based Alloys Used in Indoor High Touch Applications

Dr. Inger Odnevall is Professor at the Div. Surface and Corrosion Science Dep. Chemistry, School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is also affiliated researcher at AIMES - Center for the Advancement of Integrated Medical and Engineering Sciences, Karolinska Institutet and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Her main research interests are the interdisciplinary studies related to health and environmental effects in relation to corrosion and surface chemistry processes of metallic surfaces. Her main areas of interest cover a large variety of different applications such as outdoor construction materials, high-touch hygiene surfaces, bio- and implant materials, as well as on engineered (nano)particles used in different consumer products and non-intentionally formed (nano)particles at different occupational settings (e.g. during welding and AM manufacturing). Dr. Odnevall’s research, which is both fundamental and applied, is highly interdisciplinary and performed in close collaboration with both national and international academic partners, industry, stakeholders and metal associations. Its outcome has strong implications on for instance the classification and regulatory system of chemicals (REACH) within EU, as well as for environmental and health risk assessments and management of metals and alloys. She is author of 186 peer-reviewed scientific papers, has an h-index: 50 (google scholar), has 8832 citations (Jan., 2020) and >50 conference proceedings and presentations; >20 popular scientific publications, >30 invited lectures, >30 industrial reports, 1 book, and several contributions to book chapters.

Talk
The Interplay Between Atmospheric Corrosion and Antimicrobial Properties of Copper and Copper-Based Alloys Used in Indoor High Touch Applications
Bio
Dr. Inger Odnevall is Professor at the Div. Surface and Corrosion Science Dep. Chemistry, School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is also affiliated researcher at AIMES - Center for the Advancement of Integrated Medical and Engineering Sciences, Karolinska Institutet and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Her main research interests are the interdisciplinary studies related to health and environmental effects in relation to corrosion and surface chemistry processes of metallic surfaces. Her main areas of interest cover a large variety of different applications such as outdoor construction materials, high-touch hygiene surfaces, bio- and implant materials, as well as on engineered (nano)particles used in different consumer products and non-intentionally formed (nano)particles at different occupational settings (e.g. during welding and AM manufacturing). Dr. Odnevall’s research, which is both fundamental and applied, is highly interdisciplinary and performed in close collaboration with both national and international academic partners, industry, stakeholders and metal associations. Its outcome has strong implications on for instance the classification and regulatory system of chemicals (REACH) within EU, as well as for environmental and health risk assessments and management of metals and alloys. She is author of 186 peer-reviewed scientific papers, has an h-index: 50 (google scholar), has 8832 citations (Jan., 2020) and >50 conference proceedings and presentations; >20 popular scientific publications, >30 invited lectures, >30 industrial reports, 1 book, and several contributions to book chapters.

Prof. Dr. Joao Tedim

University of Aveiro, Portugal

Invited Speakers

Prof. Dr. Burkan Isgor

Oregon State University, USA

Dr. Nick Laycock

Shell, Qatar

DETAILS

The Virtual Corrosion Engineer

Talk
The Virtual Corrosion Engineer

Prof. Dr. Markus Dann

University of Calgary, Canada

DETAILS

Risk-Based Inspection and Maintenance Planning to Manage the Integrity of Corroded Pipelines

Talk
Risk-Based Inspection and Maintenance Planning to Manage the Integrity of Corroded Pipelines

Dr. Johan Tidblad

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

DETAILS

Models and Their Use for Atmospheric Corrosion

Dr. Johan Tidblad is Associate professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, division of surface chemistry and corrosion science, in Stockholm, Sweden. He is chair of the international cooperative program on effects on materials of historic and cultural monuments. The focus of his work is atmospheric corrosion and modelling, including the effects of air pollution on materials and cultural heritage. Dr. Tidblad is manager for the unit vehicle corrosion and surface protection at corrosion department, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

Talk
Models and Their Use for Atmospheric Corrosion
Bio
Dr. Johan Tidblad is Associate professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, division of surface chemistry and corrosion science, in Stockholm, Sweden. He is chair of the international cooperative program on effects on materials of historic and cultural monuments. The focus of his work is atmospheric corrosion and modelling, including the effects of air pollution on materials and cultural heritage. Dr. Tidblad is manager for the unit vehicle corrosion and surface protection at corrosion department, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

Dr. Shiladitya Paul

TWI and University of Leicester, UK

DETAILS

Metallic Coatings for Mitigating Marine Corrosion

Talk
Metallic Coatings for Mitigating Marine Corrosion

Dr. Igor Chaves

University of Newcastle, Australia

Dr. Marta Mohedano

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

DETAILS

Dr. Marta Mohedano completed her PhD in Materials Science and Technology (Cum Laude and Extraordinary Award) from Complutense University of Madrid-UCM (Spain) in 2011 with the support of a UCM Pre-doctoral Fellowship, including predoctoral stays at the University of Cambridge (UK) for 6 months. She then continued at the UCM with a postdoctoral research contract until 2013, when she got the prestigious Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers and moved to Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht- HZG (Germany). She reincorporated to UCM in June 2016, firstly as a Juan de la Cierva Incorporación Fellow, then in 2017 as a Principal Investigator of the national project MAT2015-73355-JIN under the umbrella of the National Programme for Research Aimed at the Challenges of Society and since 2019 as a Ramon y Cajal Reseach Researcher. Dr. Mohedano has contributed to the field of corrosion and protection of light alloys with a total of 77 publication with >2000 citations - and h-index= 29 (Scopus) and more than 45 communications to national/international conferences. She has participated in 13 research projects (regional, national and international level), 14 technology transfer contracts and 1 utility model. She has contributed to more than 500 h of lectures at UCM (including training and supervision of more than 25 bachelor/master/PhD students). She belongs to the Editorial Board of the Journals: Coatings (leading the special Issue Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) Coatings), Frontiers (leading the research Topic Corrosion and Protection of Light Alloys) and Corrosion and Materials Degradation. Currently she is the Chair of the Young EFC (European Federation of Corrosion) and the Chair of the Task Force Corrosion-SOCIEMAT (Spanish Society of Materials). Her research interests lie in topics such as alloy engineering, tailoring of surfaces of light alloys (Mg, Al and Ti) and detailed corrosion studies in different environments for transport and biomaterials applications. Specific lines of research include minor alloying of Mg and Al alloys, thermal spraying of A

Bio
Dr. Marta Mohedano completed her PhD in Materials Science and Technology (Cum Laude and Extraordinary Award) from Complutense University of Madrid-UCM (Spain) in 2011 with the support of a UCM Pre-doctoral Fellowship, including predoctoral stays at the University of Cambridge (UK) for 6 months. She then continued at the UCM with a postdoctoral research contract until 2013, when she got the prestigious Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers and moved to Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht- HZG (Germany). She reincorporated to UCM in June 2016, firstly as a Juan de la Cierva Incorporación Fellow, then in 2017 as a Principal Investigator of the national project MAT2015-73355-JIN under the umbrella of the National Programme for Research Aimed at the Challenges of Society and since 2019 as a Ramon y Cajal Reseach Researcher. Dr. Mohedano has contributed to the field of corrosion and protection of light alloys with a total of 77 publication with >2000 citations - and h-index= 29 (Scopus) and more than 45 communications to national/international conferences. She has participated in 13 research projects (regional, national and international level), 14 technology transfer contracts and 1 utility model. She has contributed to more than 500 h of lectures at UCM (including training and supervision of more than 25 bachelor/master/PhD students). She belongs to the Editorial Board of the Journals: Coatings (leading the special Issue Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) Coatings), Frontiers (leading the research Topic Corrosion and Protection of Light Alloys) and Corrosion and Materials Degradation. Currently she is the Chair of the Young EFC (European Federation of Corrosion) and the Chair of the Task Force Corrosion-SOCIEMAT (Spanish Society of Materials). Her research interests lie in topics such as alloy engineering, tailoring of surfaces of light alloys (Mg, Al and Ti) and detailed corrosion studies in different environments for transport and biomaterials applications. Specific lines of research include minor alloying of Mg and Al alloys, thermal spraying of A

Dr. Carsten Blawert

Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), Germany

Dr. Mohammad Uddin

University of South Australia, Australia

DETAILS

Hybrid Surface Modification for Biodegradable Mg Alloy Implants

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Hybrid Surface Modification for Biodegradable Mg Alloy Implants

Dr. Viswanathan S. Saji

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia

DETAILS

Superhydrophobic Coatings by Electrochemical Methods

Dr Saji is a Research Scientist III/Assistant Professor at the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Advanced Materials, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia. He received M.Sc. (1997), M.Phil. (1999) and Ph.D. (2003) degrees from the University of Kerala, India. He was a Research Associate at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay (2004-2005) & Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore (2005-2007), Postdoctoral Researcher at Yonsei University (2007-2008) & Sunchon National University (2009), Senior Research Scientist at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) (2009-2010), Research Professor at Chosun University (2008-2009) & Korea University (2010-2013), and Endeavour Research Fellow at University of Adelaide (2014). He has authored 72 journal publications, contributed 6 books and 10 book chapters. He has more than 40 international/national conference presentations and invited talks. His research interest lies in electrochemistry, corrosion science, and nano/bio/energy materials.

Talk
Superhydrophobic Coatings by Electrochemical Methods
Bio
Dr Saji is a Research Scientist III/Assistant Professor at the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Advanced Materials, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia. He received M.Sc. (1997), M.Phil. (1999) and Ph.D. (2003) degrees from the University of Kerala, India. He was a Research Associate at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay (2004-2005) & Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore (2005-2007), Postdoctoral Researcher at Yonsei University (2007-2008) & Sunchon National University (2009), Senior Research Scientist at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) (2009-2010), Research Professor at Chosun University (2008-2009) & Korea University (2010-2013), and Endeavour Research Fellow at University of Adelaide (2014). He has authored 72 journal publications, contributed 6 books and 10 book chapters. He has more than 40 international/national conference presentations and invited talks. His research interest lies in electrochemistry, corrosion science, and nano/bio/energy materials.

Dr. Ioannis Kartsonakis

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

DETAILS

Advances in Smart Coatings: Classification, Improvements and Applications

I.A. Kartsonakis is a Chemist, with MSc in Polymer Science and its Applications. He has a PhD in Chemistry with subject on Corrosion protection of metal alloys, synthesis and characterization via the Sol-Gel method of hybrid organic-inorganic coatings as well as nanocontainers. He has been involved in the technical/ scientific development, implementation and project administration of 8 European and 6 National research projects. He is co-inventor in 3 patent applications, and has published 57 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, 2 book chapters and 72 contributions to conference proceedings and workshops.

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Advances in Smart Coatings: Classification, Improvements and Applications
Bio
I.A. Kartsonakis is a Chemist, with MSc in Polymer Science and its Applications. He has a PhD in Chemistry with subject on Corrosion protection of metal alloys, synthesis and characterization via the Sol-Gel method of hybrid organic-inorganic coatings as well as nanocontainers. He has been involved in the technical/ scientific development, implementation and project administration of 8 European and 6 National research projects. He is co-inventor in 3 patent applications, and has published 57 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, 2 book chapters and 72 contributions to conference proceedings and workshops.

Program Structure

Time (CEST)
Monday 17 May 2021
Tuesday 18 May 2021
Wednesday 19 May 2021

08:30 – 08:45

Welcome from the Chairs

8:45 – 10:45

S3. Materials Degradation in Defence and Civilian Aircrafts

Session Chair: Dr. Rhys Jones

S4. Composite and Bonded Structures

Session Chair: Dr. Luigi Calabrese

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part II)

Session Chair: Dr. Viswanathan S. Saji

S9. Corrosion and Degradation of Biomaterials

Session Chair: Dr. Cuie Wen

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:00 – 13:00

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part I)

Session Chair: Dr. Mikhail Zheludkevich

S6. Atmospheric Corrosion of Materials

Session Chair: Dr. Dominique Thierry

S10. Marine Corrosion

Session Chair: Dr. Philippe Refait

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Lunch Break

14:00 – 16:00

S11. Corrosion Mitigation

Session Chair: Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka

S7. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Session Chair: Dr. Judit Telegdi, Dr. Daniel John Blackwood

S14. Corrosion and Passivation of Compositionally Complex and High Entropy Alloys

Session Chair: Dr. Kevin Ogle

16:00 – 16:15

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

16:15 – 18:15

S5. Corrosion Assessment and Management

Session Chair: Dr. Frank Cheng

S2. Corrosion in Concrete and Porous Media

Session Chair: Dr. David M. Bastidas

S1. Mechanism and Predictive/Deterministic Aspects of Corrosion

Session Chair: Dr. Digby Macdonald

18:15 – 18:50

Closing Remarks by Dr. Digby Macdonald

Detailed Program

Day 1 - Monday, 17 May 2021, 08:30 - 18:15 (CEST)

08:30 - 08:35

Welcome from the Organizers - MDPI

08:35 - 08:45

Welcome from the Chairs - Prof. Dr. Raman Singh, Prof. Dr. Rhys Jones, Prof. Dr. Digby Macdonald

08:45 - 09:45

S3. Materials Degradation in Defence and Civilian Aircrafts

Chair: Prof. Dr. Rhys Jones

08:45 - 09:10

Prof. Dr. Rhys Jones
Monash University, Australia

The Myth of Pit to Crack Transition

09:10 - 09:30

Dr. Loris Molent

The Decoupling of Corrosion and Fatigue for Aircraft Service Life

09:45 - 10:45

S9. Corrosion and Degradation of Biomaterials

Chair: Dr. Cuie Wen

09:45 - 10:10

Dr. Alina Vladescu
National Institute for Optoelectronics, Romania

Degradation of Sputtered Hydroxyapatite in Different Acellular Media

10:10 - 10:30

Dr. Anita Ioana Visan
National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania

Surface Functionalization With Anticorrosive and Antimicrobial Biodegradable Polymeric Implants

10:30 - 10:45

Mr. Cheng Wang
Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany

Spatially Resolved Local Electrochemistry Visualizes the Interface of Bioabsorbable Metals

10:45 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part I)

Chair: Prof. Dr. Mikhail Zheludkevich

11:00 - 11:25

Prof. Joao Tedim
University of Aveiro, Portugal

Perspectives on the development of micro/nanocontainers for coatings: an integrated approach

11:25 - 11:50

Dr. Carsten Blawert
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

Multi-functional PEO coatings-Surfaces with photocatalytic activity on light metals

11:50 - 12:15

Dr. Mohammad Uddin
University of South Australia, Australia

Hybrid Surface Modification for Biodegradable Mg Alloy Implants

12:15 - 12:30

Rubén del Olmo
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

In Situ Incorporation of Corrosion Inhibitors Into Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation Coatings on 2024-T3 Alloy

12:30 - 12:45

Peter Rodič
"Jožef Stefan" Institute, Slovenia

Durable Corrosion Protection of AA2024-T3 Using Hybrid Sol-Gel Coatings Modified With Various Fluorinated (Meth)Acrylates

12:45 - 13:00

Tamara-Rita Ovari
Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania

Surface Modified Graphene Oxides / Silica Composite Coatings and Their Enhanced Protective Properties on Zinc Substrates

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 - 16:00

S11. Corrosion Mitigation

Chair: Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka

14:00 - 14:25

Prof. Dr. Ingrid Milosev
"Jožef Stefan" Institute, Slovenia

Organic Molecules Differing in the Type of Backbone and Anchor Group as Corrosion Inhibitors for Aluminum

14:25 - 14:45

Dr. Marta Mohedano
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Novel Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) Coatings on Mg Alloys for Corrosion Protection

14:45 - 15:05

Dr. Christian Feiler
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

Exploring Chemical Space using Computational Methods

15:05 - 15:25

Prof. Dr. Polina Volovitch
Chimie ParisTech, France

In Situ Aqueous Stability of Mg-Li-(Al-Y) Alloy: Role of Li

15:25 - 15:45

Dr. Tiago Galvão
CICECO - Aveiro Institute of Materials, Portugal

Data Science Framework to Select Corrosion Inhibitors

15:45 - 16:00

Dr. Bahram Vaghefinazari
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

Adverse Effect of 2,5Pyridinedicarboxylate Corrosion Inhibitor on PEO Coated Mg

16:00 - 16:15

Coffee Break

16:15 - 18:15

S5. Corrosion Assessment and Management

Chair: Prof. Dr. Frank Cheng

16:15 - 16:40

Prof. Dr. Chaofang Dong
UST Beijing, China

Integrated Computation of Corrosion: Modelling, Simulation and Applications

16:40 - 17:05

Dr. Brian Leis
B N Leis, Consultant, Inc.

Condition-Based Integrity Management: The Convergence of Inspection and Assessment Technologies

17:05 - 17:30

Prof. Dr. Markus Dann
University of Calgary, Canada

Risk-Based Inspection and Maintenance Planning to Manage the Integrity of Corroded Pipelines

17:30 - 17:55

Prof. Dr. Milos Djukic
University of Belgrade, Serbia

Assessment of Hydrogen Embrittlement and a Model for Structural Integrity Analysis

17:55 - 18:15

Dr. Faysal Fayez Eliyan
University of British Columbia, Canada

Recent Progress of Oil Pipeline Corrosion Control

Day 2 - Tuesday, 18 May 2021, 08:45 - 18:15 (CEST)

08:45 - 10:45

S4. Composite and Bonded Structures

Chair: Prof. Dr. Luigi Calabrese

08:45 - 09:10

Prof. Dr. Luigi Calabrese
University of Messina, Italy

Bearing Performances of Pinned Hybrid Composites Aged in Salt-Fog Environment

09:10 - 09:35

Prof. Dr. Fabrizio Sarasini
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Environmental Effects on Impact Damage Resistance and Tolerance of Composite Laminates

09:35 - 10:00

Prof. Dr. Hom Nath Dhakal
University of Portsmouth, UK

Biobased Composites for Lightweight Applications: Moving Towards Sustainability

10:00 - 10:25

Dr. Sanjay Mavinkere Rangappa
King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand.

Natural Fiber Composites - Performance and Durability Perspective

10:25 - 10:40

Fábio Fernandes
University of Aveiro, Portugal

Cork Composites Degradation - Exposure to Ultraviolet

10:45 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00

S6. Atmospheric Corrosion of Materials

Chair: Prof. Dr. Dominique Thierry

11:00 - 11:25

Prof. Dr. Herman Terryn
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

Prediction of Atmospheric Corrosion by FEM Modelling: Challenges and Bottlenecks

11:25 - 11:50

Prof. Dr. Inger Odnevall Wallinder
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

The Interplay Between Atmospheric Corrosion and Antimicrobial Properties of Copper and Copper-Based Alloys Used in Indoor High Touch Applications

11:50 - 12:15

Dr. Johan Tidblad
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Models and Their Use for Atmospheric Corrosion

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 - 16:00

S7. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Judit Telegdi, Prof. Dr. Daniel John Blackwood

14:00 - 14:25

Dr. Dake Xu
Northeastern University, China

Microbial Corrosion Caused by Extracelluar Electron Transfer

14:25 - 14:50

Dr. Daniel John Blackwood
University of Singapore, Singapore

14:50 - 15:15

Dr. Iwona Beech
Montana State University, USA

15:15 - 15:30

Vinayak Kaushal
The University of Texas at Arlington, USA

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of Concrete in Sanitary Sewers: Processes and Control Mechanisms

15:30 - 15:45

Katerina Kreislova
SVÚOM, Czech Republic

The Case Studies of Mic in Different Water Environments

15:45 - 16:00

Nataliia Tkachuk

Biofilms of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria on Polyethylene Terephthalate: The Effect of Bacillibactin-Producing Strains of Bacillus velezensis

16:00 - 16:15

Coffee Break

16:15 - 18:15

S2. Corrosion in Concrete and Porous Media

Chairs: Prof. Dr. David M. Bastidas

16:15 - 16:40

Prof. Dr. Carmen Andrade
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Generic Relations Between Degree of Saturation of Concrete, Resistivity and Corrosion Rate

16:40 - 17:05

Prof. Dr. Ueli Angst
ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Corrosion of Steel in Porous Media: Role of the Interfacial Zone

17:05 - 17:30

Prof. Dr. Burkan Isgor
Oregon State University, USA

Recent Advances in Our Understanding of Chloride-Induced Depassivation of Carbon Steel in Alkaline Media

17:30 - 17:45

Ulises Martin Diaz
University of Akron, USA

Passive Film Evolution Over 2.5 Years of Lean-Duplex Stainless Steel Reinforcements Embedded in Mortar Containing Chlorides

17:45 - 18:00

Rutambara Sonawane
Florida International University, USA

Development of Deficient Grout and Corrosion Due to Water and Solute Transport

18:00 - 18:15

Jacob Ress
University of Akron, USA

Microencapsulated Corrosion Inhibitors for Controlled Release in Simulated Concrete Pore Solutions

Day 3 - Wednesday, 19 May 2021, 08:45 - 18:50 (CEST)

08:45 - 10:45

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part II)

Chair: Dr. Viswanathan S. Saji

08:45 - 09:10

Dr. Viswanathan S. Saji
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

Superhydrophobic Coatings by Electrochemical Methods

09:10 - 09:35

Dr. Ioannis Kartsonakis
University of Athens, Greece

Advances in Smart Coatings: Classification, Improvements and Applications

09:35 - 09:50

Dr. Rakesh C. Barik
Central Electrochemical Research Institute, India

Fabrication of Cobalt-Based Nanocomposite Film for Corrosion Mitigation of Copper in Flow Chloride Medium

09:50 - 10:05

Dr. Madhan Kumar Arumugam
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

Recent Trends on Epoxy Coatings for Surface Protection of Metallic Structures Against Corrosion

10:05 - 10:20

Dr. Sanjay S. Latthe
Raje Ramrao College, India

Lazy Ways to Attain Self-Cleaning Superhydrophobic Coatings

10:20 - 10:35

Dr. Sarah Ulaeto
Rhema University, Nigeria

Self-Healing Anticorrosive Coatings: Contributions from the Phytochemicals

10:45 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00

S10. Marine Corrosion

Chair: Prof. Dr. Philippe Refait

11:00 - 11:25

Prof. Dr. Sébastien Touzain
University of La Rochelle, France

Aggressiveness of Different Ageing Conditions for Three Thick Marine Epoxy Systems Applied on Steel, Hot-Galvanized Steel and Zn-Al15 Thermal Spraying Coated Steel

11:25 - 11:50

Dr. Shiladitya Paul
TWI and University of Leicester, UK

Metallic Coatings for Mitigating Marine Corrosion

11:50 - 12:15

Dr. Igor Chaves
University of Newcastle, Australia

Marine Atmospheric Corrosion Effects on Coastal Masonry Veneer and Cavity Brick Walls

12:15 - 12:30

Dr. Da-Hai Xia
Tianjin University, China

Field Corrosion Monitoring in Marine Atmosphere by Electrochemical Noise

12:30 - 12:45

Clément Génin
University of La Rochelle, France

Cathodic Protection of Carbon Steel in the Tidal Zone: Evolution of the Mineral Layer From Immersion Zone to Splash Zone

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 - 16:00

S14. Corrosion and Passivation of Compositionally Complex and High Entropy Alloys

Chair: Prof. Dr. Kevin Ogle

14:00 - 14:25

Prof. Dr. Nick Birbilis
Australian National University, Australia

On the Corrosion of Lightweight Al-Based Compositionally Complex Alloys

14:25 - 14:50

Prof. Dr. John Scully
University of Virginia, USA

Thermodynamic and Kinetic Factors Influencing the Composition of Passive Films on High Entropy Alloys

14:50 - 15:15

Prof. Dr. Gerald Frankel
Ohio State University, USA

Localized Corrosion of Single Phase and Multiphase MPEAs

15:15 - 15:30

Dr. Junsoo Han
Chimie ParisTech, France

Refining Anodic and Cathodic Dissolution Mechanisms of the Multi-Principal Element Alloy Using Atomic Emission Spectroelectrochemistry Coupled With Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

15:30 - 15:45

Dr. Xuejie Li
Chimie ParisTech, France

Influence of nitrogen addition and dissolved oxygen on the passivation of Cantor high entropy alloy in sulfuric acid

16:00 - 16:15

Coffee Break

16:15 - 18:20

S1. Mechanism and Predictive/Deterministic Aspects of Corrosion

Chair: Prof. Dr. Digby Macdonald

16:15 - 16:40

Dr. Alan Turnbull
National Physical Laboratory, UK

Early Stages of Crack Development in Environmentally Assisted Cracking

16:40 - 17:05

Prof. Dr Mirna Urquidi-Macdonald
Pennsylvania State University, USA

Artificial Neural Networks in the Prediction of Corrosion

17:05 - 17:30

Prof. Dr. Gary S Was
University of Michigan, USA

Impact of Radiation on Corrosion and SCC of Austenitic Stainless Steels

17:30 - 17:55

Dr. Nick Laycock
Shell, Qatar

The Virtual Corrosion Engineer

17:55 - 18:20

Dr. Christopher D. Taylor
The Ohio State University, USA

Development of a Density Functional Theory Approach to Modeling Aqueous Corrosion

18:20 - 18:50

Closing Remarks - Prof. Dr. Digby Macdonald

Determinism in Science and Engineering

Live Online Sessions Recordings

Welcome from the Chairs

S1. Mechanism and Predictive/Deterministic Aspects of Corrosion

S2. Corrosion in Concrete and Porous Media

S3. Materials Degradation in Defence and Civilian Aircrafts

S4. Composite and Bonded Structures

S5. Corrosion Assessment and Management

S6. Atmospheric Corrosion of Materials

S7. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part I)

S8. Corrosion-Barrier Coatings (Part II)

S9. Corrosion and Degradation of Biomaterials

S10. Marine Corrosion

S11. Corrosion Mitigation

S14. Corrosion and Passivation of Compositionally Complex and High Entropy Alloys

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Mikhail Zheludkevich

Effect of indium chloride on corrosion of Mg under polarization

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Marija Kušter Marić, Joško Ožbolt,
Gojko Balabanić, Ivona Pavlica
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Bjorn Van Belleghem, Tim Soetens,
Mathias Maes
Throwing power of embedded anodes for galvanic cathodic protection of steel in concrete
Tiziana Alderucci, Chiara Borsellino,
Guido Di Bella, Federica Favaloro
Effect of temperature on curing time of single-lap adhesive joints in marine applications
Sapan K. Nayak, Anil Kumar,
Kuntal Sarkar, Atanu Banerjee,
Tapas Laha
Corrosion behavior of Fe-based amorphous/nanocrystalline composite coating: correlating the influence of porosity and amorphicity
Borja Pillado, Marta Mohedano, Rubén Del Olmo, Beatriz Mingo, Endzhe Matykina, Raúl Arrabal Corrosion of AZ31 with LDH conversion coatings loaded with inorganic inhibitors.
C.V. Geethanjali, A.H. Riyas,
M.J. Deepa
Hydrophobic and corrosion resistant composite hot-dip zinc coating for protection of steel
Andressa Trentin, Samarah Harb,
Mayara Uvida, Peter Hammer
Unveiling the self-healing effect of cerium ions in PMMA-silica coatings on AA7075: a comparative study of Ce(III) and Ce(IV)
Pavel Myagkikh, Dmitry Merson,
Vitaliy Poluyanov, Evgeniy Merson
Corrosion properties of biodegradable AZ31 and ZK60 magnesium alloys: in situ study
Lara Moreno, Marta Mohedano,
Raúl Arrabal, Endzhe Matykina
Degradation rate control of MgxZnyCa alloys by PEO coatings
Mervi Somervuori, Elisa Isotahdon,
Maija Nuppunen-Puputti,
Malin Bomberg,
Leena Carpén, Pauliina Rajala
Corrosivity of different natural groundwaters from repository sites
Danielle Hughes, Jessica Penrose,
Cormac Corr, Sarah Harmer,
Jamie Quinton
Degradation of fusion reactor plasma-facing materials through surface plasma etching
Hugo Mora-Sanchez,
Marta Mohedano,
Raúl Arrabal, Endzhe Matykina
Electrochemical response in biological media of plasma electrolytic oxidation treated additively manufactured Ti6Al4V alloy
Brianna Young, Jamie Quinton,
Sarah Harmer
Microbial induced corrosion of 3D printed stainless steels: a surface science investigation
Tomer Ron, Avi Leon,
Amnon Shirizly, Eli Aghion
The corrosion behavior of 316L stainless steel additively manufactured by direct energy deposition process
Ruby Sims, Rebecca Adamson,
Rebecca Murray, Jamie Quinton
The impact of post processing heat treatments on elemental distribution and corrosion properties of cold spray printed Al alloys
Francesca Vecchi, Lorenzo Franceschini,
Beatrice Belletti
Modelling of time-dependent behaviour of corroded reinforced concrete elements

Poster Panel

Electrochemical Characterization and Modeling of Fe-28Mn-6Si-5Cr Shape Memory Steel in Alkaline Medium

Initiation of chloride-induced corrosion of low carbon steel rebar in concrete using in-situ quantitative phase microscopy

Corrosion of post-tension tendons associated with segregated grout

Corrosion of steel in synthetic fly ash pore solution

Development of deficient grout and corrosion due to water and solute transport

Effect of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) on chloride penetration resistance and physical-mechanical properties of cementitious materials.

Evaluation of chloride-ingress models on concrete bridge exposed to deicing salts

Experimental test on flexural performance of prestressed concrete beams damaged by corrosion

Experimental tests on bond performance between corroded steel reinforcements and concrete

Microencapsulated corrosion inhibitors for controlled release in simulated concrete pore solutions

Passive film evolution over 2.5 years of lean-duplex stainless steel reinforcements embedded in mortar containing chlorides

The effect of pH and fly ash on the electrochemical performance of AISI 304L stainless steel concrete reinforcement in harsh environments

Throwing power of embedded anodes for galvanic cathodic protection of steel in concrete

Slurry erosion resistance of ferritic X10CrAlSi18 and austenitic AISI 304 stainless steels

The comparison of cavitation erosion resistance of austenitic stainless steels 1.4541 and 1.4301

The decoupling of corrosion and fatigue for aircraft service life management

Effect of temperature on curing time of single-lap adhesive joints in marine applications

Hydrothermal degradation of biobased poly(butylene succinate)/nanofibrillated cellulose composites

Influence of waste glass powder addition in the microstructure and durability of mortars in the very long term

Predicting environmental ageing of composites: modular approach & multiscale modelling

Multifunctional nanolayers, self-healing and slow release coatings against biocorrosion and biofouling - A review

On post-hydrostatic testing microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC): causes and preventional methods

Characterization of zinc phosphate coatings: influence of the pH and temperature in
morphology and corrosion resistance

Corrosion behavior of Fe-based amorphous/nanocrystalline composite coating: correlating the influence of porosity and amorphicity

Corrosion resistance of electroless nickel-boron coating in a bath exempt from stabilizer

Cresol red as corrosion inhibitor in chitosan thin layers on zinc

Investigation of the anti-corrosive effect of tannic acid embedded in silica coatings on Zn substrates

Unveiling the self-healing effect of cerium ions in PMMA-silica coatings on AA7075: a comparative study of Ce(III) and Ce(IV)

Corrosion properties of biodegradable AZ31 and ZK60 magnesium alloys: in situ study

Aluminum in dental implants: how to reduce a potential risk to patient´s health?

Effect of sandblasting on the long-term corrosion resistance of Ti G4 in artificial saliva

Nano topography evaluation of NiTi alloy exposed to artificial saliva and different mouthwashes

Nanocharacterizations of dental materials by atomic force microscopy and their thermal degradation evaluation

Corrosion resistance of aluminium against salt hydrates used for latent heat storage by using different coating materials

Covalent surface modification of 2024 aluminum alloy surface by self-assembly dodecyl phosphate film towards corrosion protection

Corrosivity of different natural groundwaters from repository sites

Electrochemical response in biological media of plasma electrolytic oxidation treated additively manufactured Ti6Al4V alloy

Microbial induced corrosion of 3D printed stainless steels: a surface science investigation

The corrosion behavior of 316L stainless steel additively manufactured by direct energy deposition process

Corrosion behavior of Al7Cu0.2Si0.2Zn0.2Mg0.1 complex concentrated alloy, in 3wt% and 5wt% NaCl solution

Modelling of time-dependent behaviour of corroded reinforced concrete elements

Study of the iron behavior in acid rain water solution by application of two green corrosion inhibitors

The performance of the Galactomannan as a green inhibitor to protect the carbon steel against corrosion

List of accepted submissions (134)

Id Title Authors Presentation Video Presentation Pdf
sciforum-045163 A comparison between the effects of different deicers on external corrosion of buried pipes

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Submitted: 25 Mar 2021

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sciforum-044959 Advances in smart coatings: classification, improvements and applications



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sciforum-044954 Adverse effect of 2,5Pyridinedicarboxylate corrosion inhibitor on PEO coated Mg

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Submitted: 19 Mar 2021

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sciforum-044552 Aluminum in dental implants: how to reduce a potential risk to patient´s health?

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Submitted: 10 Mar 2021

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sciforum-046176 Assessment of hydrogen embrittlement and a model for structural integrity analysis

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Submitted: 29 Apr 2021

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Conference Awards

To acknowledge the support of the conference’s esteemed authors and recognize their outstanding scientific accomplishments, we are pleased to announce the Conference Awards: two Best Contribution Awards and two Best Presentation Awards, offered by our sponsors Corrosion and Materials Degradation and TriDurLE.

Best Contribution Award

Corrosion and Materials Degradation would like to award the two best contributions as elected by the conference committee. The Awards will consist of 500 Swiss Francs (CHF) each. All submissions (even if they are only abstracts) will be eligible for the Best Contribution Awards.

Best Presentation Award

As a sponsor, TriDurLE would like to grant two awards for the two best presentations submitted to the conference. The Awards will consist of 500 Swiss Francs (CHF) each. Only abstracts with an accompanying slide, poster and/or video presentation will be eligible for the Best Presentation Awards.

Instructions for Authors

Submission

To present your research at the CMDWC2021:

  1. Create an account on Sciforum if you do not have one, then click on ‘New Submission’ on the upper-right corner of the window or on ‘Submit Abstract’ at the top of this webpage.
  2. Submit a short abstract in English (200–300 words) until 20 March 2021.
  3. The Conference Committee will evaluate all the submitted abstracts, and authors will be notified by 14 April 2021 about acceptance.
  4. All accepted abstracts will be available online for discussion during the time of the conference (17–19 May 2021). Authors will also have the option to include a slide, poster or video presentation to be displayed online along with their abstract. These optional files should be submitted by 3 May 2021.
  5. After the conference, abstracts and optional files will remain available online for viewing on Sciforum.net and will be published in the proceedings of this e-conference within a dedicated issue of the MDPI journal Materials Proceedings.
  6. Participants will also have the opportunity to contribute with a full manuscript to a Special Issue in Corrosion and Materials Degradation for free or to a Special Issue in Materials (Impact Factor 3.057) with a 20% discount on the Article Processing Charges (APC). Full manuscript submissions will undergo the usual process of each journal, including peer-review.
Abstract Submission Requirements

Abstracts should be prepared in MS Word. Please use the 1st Corrosion and Materials Degradation Web Conference Microsoft Word template file (download below). Do not insert any graphics (schemes, figures, etc.) into a movable frame which can superimpose the text and make the layout very difficult.

Optional Files Submission

After abstract acceptance, if you wish to submit your presentation slides, poster or video, please upload a copy of the short abstract as PDF and Word files, in the corresponding required fields, and upload your file in the corresponding optional field.

Presentation Slides

Authors are encouraged to prepare a presentation in PowerPoint (or similar software) to be displayed online along with the abstract. Slides can be prepared in the same way as for any traditional conference. They should be converted to PDF format before submission.

Posters

Authors could also submit a poster presenting their work. They will be available on the conference website during and after the event. Posters should be presented in PDF format.

Video Presentations

Authors are also encouraged to submit video presentations. This is a unique way of presenting your paper and discussing it with peers from all over the world. The video should be no longer than 10 minutes and less than 250 MB, and be prepared with one of the following formats: mp4; webm; ogg.

Copyright

MDPI, the publisher of the Sciforum.net platform, is an open access publisher. We believe that authors should retain the copyright to their scholarly works. Hence, by submitting a Communication paper to this conference, you retain the copyright of your paper, but you grant MDPI the non-exclusive right to publish this paper online on the Sciforum.net platform. This means you can easily submit your paper to any scientific journal at a later stage and transfer the copyright to its publisher (if required by that publisher).

Special Issues

Selected Papers from Corrosion and Materials Degradation Conference
A section of Corrosion and Materials Degradation (ISSN 2624-5558).

Selected Papers from 1st Corrosion and Materials Degradation Web Conference (CMDWC 2021)
Guest Editor: Prof. Dr. Raman Singh.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2021
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).

Sponsors and Partners

Organizers


Sponsors

Conference Secretariat

Ms. Lilith Wu
Dr. Elena Gonzalez
Email: [email protected]

Sponsoring Opportunities

For information regarding sponsoring opportunities, please contact the conference secretariat.

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