Symposium on Marine Corrosion: Industry and Scientific Challenges in Marine Corrosion

A wide range of materials is applied in different offshore applications. In particular, several metallic materials such as stainless steels alloys, aluminum alloys, Copper alloys, etc. are used. The utilization of these metallic materials is regulated by standards and guides which provide information about technical requirements, production techniques and guidance for the design and fabrication of offshore structures and equipment.

Marine corrosion results in changes in the properties of metallic materials which may often lead to impairment of the function of structures and systems. Consequently, metallic materials are often protected from the harsh environment of the seawater by coatings.

Within this context CTC would like to invite you to the first International Symposium on Marine Corrosion to be held in Santander (Spain) on 30 May 2018, whose main aim is to provide an updated insight on the industrial and scientific challenges in corrosion protection in offshore energy and marine/maritime sectors. The symposium’s target participants are technical and R&D managers from the entire value chain, including component and device developers, operators, certifiers, as well as research organizations that carry out their activity in the field of offshore structures design and fabrication or corrosion protection.

Apart from the technical presentations and discussions, the event will be a good opportunity for the networking and the identification of funding opportunities at European level through the H2020 framework programme.

Interested participants are requested to confirm attendance by filling the form you will find in the following link by 25 May 2018.

 

Santander, May 30, 2018

09:00-09:15 Registration
09:15-09:30 Welcome

MORNING SESSIONS

09:30-10:00

Introduction to marine corrosion

Manuel Morcillo Linares – Research Professor at CENIM/CSIC. Dept. of surface Engineering, Corrosion and Durability.

10:00-10:20 Marine Corrosión. A big challenge for offshore wind

Pedro María Alonso Muñoz – Quality manager Offshore Substation East Anglia1 – IBERDROLA

10:20-10:40

Overview of corrosión issues in naval sector

Aitor Gonzalez – Coating, Manoeuvring and Services Manager at ASTANDER

10:40-11:00

Experience of CTC in marine corrosion

Álvaro Rodríguez – Head of Industry and Energy Unit at CTC

11:00-11:30

COFFEE BREAK

11:30-11:50

Thermal Spray Aluminum (TSA)

TBC

11:50-12:10

Organic coatings for high corrosive marine environment

PhD. Santiago Arias Codolar – R&D Director Hempel paints – HEMPEL

12:10-12:30

Advance sensors for corrosion monitoring

PhD. Yves VAN INGELGEM – Zensor (founder and CEO) | CellSine (co-founder and board member)

12:30-12:50

High alloy metallic systems also suffer corrosion in marine environments!

Mª Victoria Biezna – Head of the Materials Deterioration and Corrosion Research Group at University of Cantabria (UC)

12:50-13:10 Funding opportunities for R&D projects on marine corrosion

Mª del Pilar de Miguel Ortega –  Technical Expert in Materials. Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology – CDTI

13:10-15:00

NETWORKING LUNCH

15:00-18:00 TECHNICAL VISITS: Marine Corrosion Test Site “El Bocal” and Cantabrian company’DEGIMA

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