Deadlines Extended for CORROSION 2019 Paper, Forum Abstracts

Deadlines to submit abstracts for both technical symposia and forums have been extended for CORROSION 2019, NACE International’s annual conference and exhibition for the corrosion control industry.

The event offers attendees an opportunity to be a part of the largest conference where industry representatives converge to discuss the newest methods of identifying and preventing corrosion. In all, CORROSION 2019 is expected to host nearly 6,000 industry professionals as they come together to witness the latest products, changes in technology, and build their networks.

Paper abstracts for technical symposia will now be accepted through May 21, 2018. All authors with accepted abstracts are expected to give a presentation at the conference, to be held from March 24-28, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

Each year, CORROSION features nearly 400 technical paper presentations across 35 different topics touching every major industry, including pipelines and tanks; oil and gas production, petroleum refining, and gas processing; aerospace and military; infrastructure and transportation; power and utilities; industrial and potable water; maritime/marine; plastics and composites; and waste management.

Meanwhile, forum abstracts will be accepted through May 28, 2018. Forums give all levels of corrosion professionals the opportunity to present at the conference without the requirement of a technical paper. The forums allow for open discussion among colleagues, allowing presenters to field questions on their presentation and connect with the audience.

The topic and information must be technically accurate and must be relevant to NACE’s mission of equipping society to protect people, assets, and the environments from the adverse effects of corrosion. Forums can host one or as many speakers as needed, and can be structured in formats that provide the most value to attendees.

For more information, including the official forms, visit the event web site to submit abstracts for both technical symposia and forums.

Source: NACE International,