Planning is well underway for the DoD Corrosion Prevention Technology and Innovation Symposium. Don’t miss out on the opportunity put your experience and expertise in the spotlight as part of the technical program of this unique event!
Deadline for Abstracts: January 28, 2022
Deadline for Draft Paper: April 15, 2022
Deadline for Final Paper: June 24, 2022
Deadline for Draft Presentation: June 17, 2022
Deadline for Final Presentation: July 25, 2022
All submitted papers will be required to present an in-person, 20 minute presentation on their paper.
Speakers Full Conference Advance: $600 USD
(Available through June 24, 2022)
Speakers Full Conference Regular: $700 USD
Speakers One Day: $30 USD
(Day of presentation only)
All submitted abstracts will be required to submit a paper and present an in-person, 20-minute presentation.
Policy Administrator’s Perspective of Service and Corporate Programs to Mitigate Corrosion of Fleets of Military Equipment as well as specific systems.Submit abstract
Describes Agency programs to manage, prevent or control corrosion using specific technologies (such as cathodic protection systems)Submit abstract
1) Describes Practices & Testing of microscopic & macroscopic solutions for preventing or detecting corrosion; or 2) Reports of successful Products or Systems for extending the useful service life of Materiel and Military StructuresSubmit abstract
Reports on ongoing successful educational courses and field training programs and/or Fleet Support activities to mitigate corrosion degradation during in-service use in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on system-level approaches to mitigate corrosion and may include the application life cycle cost approaches, business case analyses, lessons learned from the field, and failure analyses.Submit abstract
Analytic/Computational Modeling a) of the generic phenomenologically specific corrosion phenomena/ mechanism (across all size scales including: atomic, nano, microscopic, macroscopic and even for components and materiel systems) or b) for a materials specific system or alloy classSubmit abstract
Identifying critical atomic and/or microscopic scale phenomena that might then subsequently be used to mitigate specific corrosion mechanismsSubmit abstract
Reports on the discovery and use of specific/generic corrosion inhibitor species to reduce or mitigate specific corrosion degradation mechanismsSubmit abstract
Quantification of corrosion degradation of metallic and coated samples and materiel components using accelerated and outdoor exposure protocolsSubmit abstract
Covers Systems and Methodologies directed at detecting, monitoring and assessing corrosion phenomena under both laboratory and in-service environmentsSubmit abstract
Use of sensors to monitor basic corrosion phenomena as well as ruggedized sensor packages to determine the progress of Corrosion Degradation of components and entire materiel (weapons platforms and structures) systems exposed to fielded in-service environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on conventional and novel primers demonstrating enhanced performance and durability in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on conventional and novel paint systems intended to have enhanced performance and durability in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on novel specialty or non-traditional coating systems intended to have enhanced performance and durability in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on novel Surface Preparations or Pretreatments on original or stripped surfaces and/or the development of novel (e.g. hex chrome free) solutions for mitigating corrosionSubmit abstract
Reports on the use of specific metallic alloys to mitigate corrosion in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on the use of specific ceramic, polymeric materials, or composites to mitigate corrosion in specific corrosive environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on novel, composite or advanced materials solutions for more durable F&I applications in specific service environmentsSubmit abstract
Reports on novel or advanced treatments and coatings that produce more durable solutions for extending the service life of F&I components or systems in specific service environmentsSubmit abstract
Student Research in Progress (SRiP)
The SRiP is intended to encourage graduate and undergraduate students interested in becoming professional Corrosion scientists, engineers or technologists the opportunity to present ongoing research. Extended abstracts, as opposed to full technical papers, are required in order to participate and present in the SRiP.
High school, undergraduate, and graduate students from recognized academic institutions are eligible to participate in the Student Poster Session.
There are three categories for Student Posters:
Research in the area of a fundamental understanding of corrosion phenomena applicable to systems of DoD interest.Submit abstract
Research in the area of practical application of corrosion science to corrosion prevention, detection or control of systems of DoD interest.Submit abstract
Research into the development of tools, techniques, or systems that can be utilized for corrosion prevention, detection or control of systems of DoD interest.Submit abstract