The Stadthalle Graz is an ideal congress venue, located within easy reach of the city centre, hotels are in direct proximity, and it is only 10 km away from the Airport Graz. The city of Graz has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It is committed to embracing design and the creative industries as a strategic tool for socio economic and cultural development with its strong history of design culture.
The conference will continue a successful series of corrosion science conferences. The main objective is to foster knowledge transfer and exchange of experiences amongst delegates with academic and industrial backgrounds. The main theme of EUROCORR 2015 will be “Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Corrosion happens everywhere”. The conference aims to assert the critical role of corrosion science, technology and engineering in extending the lifecycle of materials in different elds of applications (earth, fire, water, air). The scientic programme will comprise top-class keynote lectures, workshops, oral and poster presentations arranged into sessions referring to the EFC Working Parties specialty areas of corrosion. EUROCORR 2015 will set a high value on increasing the exhibition, where companies and institutesdealing with corrosion protection will have a possibility to showcase their products and services. ASMET also will offer an extensive social programme to get to know this charming and attractive city andits lovely surroundings. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Graz.
Dr. Stan Lynch,
Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Melbourne, Australia
Understanding Mechanisms and Kinetics of Environmentally Assisted Cracking.
Prof. Philippe Marcus,
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, Paris, France
Passivity and Localized Corrosion
Prof. Michael Schütze,
DECHEMA, Frankfurt, Germany
Corrosion as a Key Factor for Materials Performance and Life-Time in Advanced High Temperature Technologies
Prof. Srdjan Nesic,
Ohio University, Athens, USA
Recent Advances in Modeling of Corrosion of Mild Steel in CO2 and H2S Aqueous Environments